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Phenomenex Unveils Latest Solutions for Chromatography at Pittcon 2008

At Pittcon 2008, visit Phenomenex booth 3534 to see the latest developments in column and separation technology. Phenomenex will feature products and presentations to help customers reduce costs and increase productivity by improving throughput and achieving better resolution of critical separations.

Columns and separation devices for liquid chromatography, gas chromatography, sample preparation, and bulk purification will be on display. Our researchers will present talks highlighting recent developments in chromatography and applications to current challenges in our booth theater and in the Pittcon Technical Program. For a complete presentation schedule, please visit

Featured at Pittcon 2008…

Analyzing Residual Solvents? Affected by the upcoming revisions to USP <467>?
The USP, in partnership with Phenomenex, will be hosting a one-day hands-on short course on the General Chapter <467> Residual Solvents at Pittcon 2008. The short course will help you to understand the revised methodology, learn to work with challenging compounds and/or matrices, and use other properly validated methodologies when <467> cannot be applied. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from experts. For more information, goto

Introducing the Luna® PFP(2) HPLC Column
The new Luna PFP(2) phase bonds a pentafluorophenyl propyl ligand onto ultra-pure Luna silica. The resulting chemistry provides orthogonal selectivity for method development of polar compounds, halogenated compounds, isomers, and aromatic compounds.

Attain System Suitability for the Revised USP <467> with ZB-624 and ZB-WAXPLUS
Zebron™ ZB-624 and ZB-WAXPLUS columns provide the inertness and sensitivity needed to properly separate all industrial or pharmaceutical products. Using these columns, you can reliably meet signal-to-noise and resolution criteria set by the revised method, effective July 1, 2008.

Reliable Analysis of Glycerin in Biodiesel Using a High-Temperature Non-metal GC Column
Phenomenex’s Zebron ZB-5HT Inferno™ is well suited for high-temperature analyses due to its low bleed, high thermal stability, and longer lifetime. This rugged and durable high-temperature GC column will help biodiesel manufacturers develop methods that will produce high-quality alternative fuel products. In addition, a column with longer lifetime will help lower the cost per sample of the analysis, thus driving down the cost of production.

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