Empore™ 96-Well Solid Phase Extraction Plates, CDS Analytical

Supplier: CDS Analytical
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Empore™ 96-Well Solid Phase Extraction Plates, CDS Analytical
Microplates Solid Phase Extraction Plates (SPE)
SPE disk plates (formerly 3M™ Empore™ plate) are the ideal sample preparation format for LC/MS and other high throughput applications.

  • Ultra-fast flow rate - 350 ml/min for disks
  • Least elution volume (1/10 of traditional SPE) to minimize or even eliminate evaporation step
  • Lowest CVs / Unmet consistency and reproducibility
  • Least particle fines in eluates to increase efficiency
  • High-throughput/Automation compatible
  • Save time and costs

Bonded silica sorbents are commonly used for the solid phase extraction of analytes from complex sample matrices. A variety of functional groups, such as octadecyl (C18), octyl (C8), and ethyl (C2), can be bonded to the silica surface to provide nonpolar interactions. Mixed phase cation (MPC) sorbent is a silica-based particle that has been bonded with both a reversed phase group (octyl) and a strong cation exchange group (benzene sulfonic acid).

This mixed phase chemistry, in which two primary modes of attraction are present, allows for a more efficient and selective extraction compared to traditional reversed phase techniques. Neutral and ionized analytes can be simultaneously extracted from a complex mixture and eluted as separate fractions. Universal resin is used for high retention of a wide range of analytes, reducing method development time and facilitating a generic approach to sample preparation.

Disk diameter is 5.5 mm. Filter plates are designed for protein precipitation and are compatible with a variety of collection formats, including 96-well automation. The use of these plates eliminates the need for centrifugation.
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