The FluoroSep family is a collection of fluorinated phases which include fluoro octyl, fluoro propyl, and FSP a phenyl fluoro phase.

FluoroSep-RP Octyl

Unique Reverse Phase Interaction – FluoroSep-RP Octyl contains bonded perfluorooctyl groups and were designed to separate closely related structural isomers. FluoroSep-RP columns resolve many compounds of pharmaceutical and agricultural interest, especially halogenated molecules. The perfluorinated stationary pyhase is less hydrophobic than a C8 or C18, with a unique selectivity to achieve difficult separations with simple isocratic mobile phases.

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FluoroSep-RP Phenyl

FluoroSep-RP Phenyl is a truly unique stationary phase with properties significantly different than ODS phases. This unique character results from bonded pentafluorophenyl groups imparting a pi-pi electron interaction which produces an enhanced retention for many compounds particularly those that contain polarizable electrons. Many classes of compounds contain polarizable electrons including halogenated compounds, aromatics, and conjugated systems. Many naturally occurring chemicals also contain polarizable electrons and can be separated using FluoroSep-RP Phenyl. 

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FluoroSep-RP Phenyl HS

FluoroSep-RP Phenyl HS is a high surface area ersion of FluoroSep-RP Phenyl and is a truly unique stationary phase with properties significantly different than ODS phases. This unique character results from bonded pentafluorophenyl groups imparting a pi-pi electron interaction which produces an enhanced retention for many compounds particularly those that contain polarizable electrons. Many classes of compounds contain polarizable electrons including halogenated compounds, aromatics, and conjugated systems. Many naturally occurring chemicals also contain polarizable electrons and can be separated using FluoroSep-RP Phenyl. 

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FluoroSep-RP Propyl

FluoroSep-RP Propyl (FP) contains monomerically bonded perfluoropropyl groups. FP is high efficiency short chain phase used for the separation of proteins, peptides, and other related compounds of medicinal/biological interest.

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