Thermo Fisher Scientific Accucore C18 HPLC core-shell particle column
Thermo Fisher Scientific has announced an enhanced method to separate anthocyanins in cranberry and bilberry extracts with increased speed and reduced solvent consumption per analysis compared to a previously developed method.
According to a Thermo Fisher study, using the Accucore C18 column to separate anthocyanins from cranberry and bilberry extracts provides a qualitative analysis of bilberry extract and a quantitative analysis of cranberry extract with 20 min time savings when compared to the Acclaim 120 C18 column. The Accucore column was also reported to consume 35 to 40% less solvent per sample.
The Accucore C18 high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) core-shell particle column uses 2.6 µm diameter particles with a solid core and a porous shell to generated high-speed, high-resolution separations without excessive backpressure.
The total run time for the Acclaim 120 C18 column separation is 35 min; the Accucore C18 column has a run time of 15 min.
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