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 Lux Axia preparative columns are wonderful! I regularly use Lux chiral stationary phase Cellulose-2 and Cellulose-4 and less frequently, the Lux Amylose-2. In our community of chiral analysis/purification scientists, there are some who use the CC4 column instead of the *equivalent* Lux Cellulose-4. On several occasions we’ve seen separation and good peak shape on the Lux Cellulose-4 that was completely missing from the CC4. Customer support and delivery times are always within a few days. 
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Polysaccharide Chiral HPLC and SFC Columns at a Very Affordable Price

Optimize your chiral separation and chiral purification with Lux® polysaccharide chiral HPLC columns. The Lux family of amylose and cellulose chiral selectors provides a variety of complementary selectivities that allow you to screen for the most effective chiral separation under Reversed Phase, Polar Organic, Normal Phase, and SFC conditions. With numerous publications in peer reviewed journals and countless applications being developed, Lux chiral HPLC columns are rapidly becoming the premier choice for simplified chiral purification and chiral separation worldwide.

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Lux i-Cellulose-5

 
Phase Description: Cellulose tris(3,5-dichlorophenylcarbamate)
Guaranteed Alternative: CHIRALPAK® IC and IC-3
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Lux Amylose-1 Chiral Phase
Lux Amylose-1
Phase Description: Amylose tris(3,5-dimethylphenylcarbamate)
Guaranteed Alternative: CHIRALPAK® AD®, AD-H®, AD-3, AD-RH, and AD-3R
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Lux Amylose-2 Chiral Phase
Lux Amylose-2
Phase Description: Amylose tris(5-chloro-2-methylphenylcarbamate)
Guaranteed Alternative: CHIRALPAK® AY®, AY-H®, AY-3, AY-RH, and AY-3R
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Lux Cellulose-1 Chiral Phase
Lux Cellulose-1
Phase Description: Cellulose tris(3,5-dimethylphenylcarbamate)
Guaranteed Alternative: CHIRALCEL® OD®, OD-H®, OD-3, OD-RH, and OD-3R
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Lux Cellulose-2 Chiral Phase
Lux Cellulose-2
Phase Description: Cellulose tris(3-chloro-4-methylphenylcarbamate)
Guaranteed Alternative: CHIRALCEL OZ, OZ-H®, OZ-3, OZ-RH, and OZ-3R
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Lux Cellulose-3 Chiral Phase
Lux Cellulose-3
Phase Description: Cellulose tris(4-methylbenzoate)
Guaranteed Alternative: CHIRALCEL OJ®, OJ-H®, OJ-3, OJ-RH, and OJ-3R
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Lux Cellulose-4 Chiral Phase
Lux Cellulose-4
Phase Description: Cellulose tris(4-chloro-3-methylphenylcarbamate)
Guaranteed Alternative: CHIRALCEL OX-H®, OX-3, OX-RH, and OX-3R
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Cellulose-3


Particle Sizes (µm)3, 5, 10, 20
Pore Size (Å)1000
Back Pressure (PSI) Max4300
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Cellulose-3 Phase Information


Cellulose Ester Phase

This variant cellulose methylbenzoate derivative offers unique chiral recognition abilities that provide enantioseparation when other phases fail.

The supramolecular structure of chiral grooves and cavities provides more versatile functional and steric conditions, to give stronger interactions and better chiral recognition. Additionally, the selector constituents contribute to hydrogen bonding, dipole, and π-π interactions that all affect the CSPs ability to separate your enantiomers completely.

 

PhaseParticle Sizes (µm)Pore Size (Å)Back Pressure
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Max
Recommended Use
AMP31000Separation of enantiomers and racemic mixtures
Amylose-13, 510004300Separation of enantiomers and racemic mixtures
Amylose-23, 510004300Separation of enantiomers and racemic mixtures
Cellulose-13, 5, 10, 2010004300Separation of enantiomers and racemic mixtures
Cellulose-23, 5, 10, 2010004300Separation of enantiomers and racemic mixtures
Cellulose-33, 5, 10, 2010004300Separation of enantiomers and racemic mixtures
Cellulose-43, 5, 10, 2010004300Separation of enantiomers and racemic mixtures
i-Cellulose-53, 51000Separation of enantiomers and racemic mixtures
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Brochures Axia PrePacked Preparative HPLC and SFC Brochure Add to My Documents
Brochures Affordable Chiral Columns, Brilliant Separation Power Add to My Documents
Other Chiral Column Equivalence Chart Add to My Documents
Brochures Chiral Column Selection Guide Add to My Documents
Other Chiral HPLC/SFC Method Development Poster Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Chiral Separation of the Drug Product Sertraline Hydrochloride on Lux® Amylose-1 According to Ph. Eur. Monograph 1705 (TN-1186) Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Chiral Separation of the Drug Product Tamsulosin Hydrochloride on a Lux® Amylose-1 Column According to Ph. Eur. Monograph 2131 (TN-1187) Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Chromatographic Enantioseparation of Racemic Fungicide Agents using Lux Add to My Documents
Brochures Custom Method Development and Optimization Services for Clinical Research Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Enantiomeric Purity Analysis of the Drug Product Atorvastatin on Lux Amylose-1 According to the USP Monograph 2263 (TN-1192) Add to My Documents
Brochures Extend your Analytical and Preparative HPLC/ SFC Column Lifetimes Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Fast and Efficient Separation of Ten Naturally Occurring Cannabinoids by Supercritical Fluid Chromatography (SFC) using Lux® 5 μm Cellulose-2 Column Add to My Documents
Other Interactive eNote - Simplify Your Chiral Separations with Lux Add to My Documents
Brochures Lux AMP Product Guide Add to My Documents
Supporting Docs Lux Care and Use Notes Add to My Documents
Brochures Lux Chiral Columns Make It Easy Add to My Documents
Brochures Lux i-Cellulose-5 Product Guide Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Screening Approach for the Separation of Pharmaceutical Compounds using Lux Polysaccharide-Based Chiral Stationary Phases in SFC Mode Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Seamless Particle Scalability Between 3 μm and 5 μm Lux Amylose-1 Chiral Columns Add to My Documents
Brochures SecurityGuard Column Protection Family Brochure (UHPLC, HPLC, PREP, SFC) Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Separation of Ephedrine and Pseudoephedrine Enantiomers Using a Lux 3 μm AMP Chiral Column Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Separation of MDMA Enantiomers Using a Lux 3 μm AMP Chiral Column Add to My Documents
Brochures The Chiral Notebook Add to My Documents
Other THE Clinical Application Notebook, Volume 1 Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Stereoisomeric Pharmaceutical Compounds by Chiral LC/MS/MS (TN-1079) Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Proton Pump Inhibitors Including Rabeprazole and Pantoprazole by Chiral HPLC (TN-1102) Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Performance Evaluation of Immobilized and Coated Polysaccharide Chiral HPLC Columns Using Generic Screening Mobile Phase Systems (TN-1128) Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Racemic Anti-Allergic Drugs by Chiral HPLC (TN-1143) Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Racemic Pain Relievers by Chiral HPLC (TN-1144) Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Racemic Vasodilator Drugs by Chiral HPLC (TN-1145) Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Racemic Anti-Anxiety and Antidepressive Drugs by Chiral HPLC (TN-1146) Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Racemic Antifungal Drugs by Chiral HPLC (TN-1147) Add to My Documents
Brochures Bulk Media Selection Guide Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Beta Blockers by Chiral HPLC (TN-1142) Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Chiral Separation of Levetiracetam Using the USP Method on the Latest L51 USP Column - Lux Amylose-1 (TN-1185) Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Chiral Separation of Synthetic Cannabinoid Metabolites (TN-1167) Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Enantiomeric and Diastereoisomeric Resolutions of Chiral Triazole Fungicides (TN-1164) Add to My Documents
Supporting Docs Lux AMP Care and Use Note Add to My Documents
Other Lux Application Guide Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Novel Screening Approach for the Separation of Pharmaceutical Compounds using Lux Polysaccharide-Based Chiral Stationary Phases in SFC Mode (TN-9003) Add to My Documents
Brochures Preparative Columns Redefined Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Alternative Selectivity of Chiral Stationary Phases Based on Cellulose tris(3-chloro-4-methylphenylcarbamate) and Cellulose tris(3,5-dimethylphenylcarbamate) (TN-1047) Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Purification of Optically Active Pharmaceutical Compounds using Axial Compressed Columns (TN-1056) Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Enantioseparation of N-FMOC a-Amino Acids Using Chiral HPLC (TN-1148) Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Enantioseparation of Racemic Herbicide Agents (TN-1162) Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Direct Comparison of HPLC and SFC for the Milligram to Gram Scale Purification of Enantiomers (TN-9001) Add to My Documents
Supporting Docs Allowable Adjustments to Pharmacopoeia Methods Add to My Documents
Brochures AXIA Preparative Family Brochure Add to My Documents
Supporting Docs Care and Use Notes for SFC (Supercritical Fluid Chromatography) Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Direct Comparison of HPLC and SFC for the Milligram to Gram Scale Purification of Enantiomers (TN-9001) Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Enantioselective Analysis of Valacyclovir using a Lux Cellulose-1 Chiral Column Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Enantioseparation of Racemic Fungicide Agents using Lux Polysaccharide-Based Chiral Stationary Phases (TN-1198) Add to My Documents
Supporting Docs Meeting All Your PREP Needs Add to My Documents
Supporting Docs Meeting All Your SFC Needs Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Purification of Optically Active Pharmaceutical Compounds using Axial Compressed Columns (TN-1056) Add to My Documents
Technical Notes Scaling from Analytical to Preparative Chiral Chromatography While Balancing Purity, Yield, and Throughput under HPLC and SFC Conditions (TN-9002) Add to My Documents
Supporting Docs Chiral Technology Forum Interview Add to My Documents
Supporting Docs Axia Packed Columns Vs Traditional Packed Preparative Columns (Video) Add to My Documents
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