Comprehensive Chromatography e-Series

Comprehensive 2D gas and liquid chromatographs the e-Series enables the separation of target substances in complex samples containing a large number of components.
These systems are ideal for a variety of fields, such as foods, flavors and fragrances, environmental, petroleum, and chemical, where there is an increasing need for expeditious and comprehensive analysis of small differences in complex samples.

Conventional Chromatography

Food, organism sample and petrochemicals usually contain structural analogues such as lipids. A conventional 1D-LC system does not provide enough separation efficiency to separate structural analogues  sufficiently.

Excellent performance for enhanced separation

Comprehensive Chromatography is a new analytical methodology combining two independent separation modes orthogonally, greatly increasing separation efficiency. The combination of different modes enables the separation of peaks that are difficult to separate using conventional chromatography, providing excellent results for the analysis of complex sample matrices.

Two-dimensional map : User interface that provides detailed information at a glance.

Comprehensive chromatography provides image patterns that can be correlated to compound structure; this capability is especially useful for grouping analysis of mixtures containing many components. 
Each phosphatide compound (left figure)is separated based on its polar group (class) in a normal one-dimensional phase separation. And it is separated according to the chain length of fatty acids by a two-dimensional reverse phase analysis. Right figure shows analysis of Diesel Oil. The image shows patterns that indicate the number of benzene rings and number of carbons.

Comprehensive chromatography provides image patterns that can be correlated to compound structure; this capability is especially useful for grouping analysis of mixtures containing many components. 
Each phosphatide compound (left figure)is separated based on its polar group (class) in a normal one-dimensional phase separation. And it is separated according to the chain length of fatty acids by a two-dimensional reverse phase analysis.
Right figure shows analysis of Diesel Oil. The image shows patterns that indicate the number of benzene rings and number of carbons.

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