HPLC chromatography column
The Hamilton RCX-10 and RCX-30 carbohydrate analysis columns are designed for the isocratic or gradient separation of carbohydrates. The exchange capacity of the RCX-10/RCX-30 is greater than that of the PRP-X100, leading to characteristics better suited for the separation of carbohydrates. Simple samples with two or three carbohydrates can be quickly separated isocratically, while more complex samples require gradient elution to fully resolve all the analytes of interest. When an isocratic method is used with a conductivity, refractive index, ultraviolet, or pulsed amperometric detector (PAD), mono and disaccharides such as glucose, fructose, sucrose and lactose can be quickly determined.