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Improve Your Solid Phase Extraction

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Solid phase extraction (SPE) is a widely used technique designed for rapid, selective sample preparation and purification prior to chromatographic or LC/MS analysis. In SPE, one or more analytes from a liquid sample are isolated by extracting, partitioning, and/or adsorbing onto a solid stationary phase. Download this guide now to learn expert advice on how to improve your SPE results from just OK to great, every time.

This guide includes: 

Improve Your Solid Phase Extraction

  • Advice on selection of the best SPE sorbent to suit your analyte of interest  
  • How to optimise loading pH and the importance of refining wash and elution strength
  • Technical tips on how to set the best flow rate for a successful reverse phase SPE workflow
  • Explanation of the recovery and reproducibility benefits of composited SPE microplates and columns 
  • How to ensure an optimal dry down after solid phase extraction.

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