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Liquid Chromatography: Analytical

Liquid Chromatography - Analytical | Avantor

High-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) and ultra-high-performance liquid chromatography (UHPLC) are among the most widely used techniques in the chemical and life sciences laboratories. Both are important techniques that have many scientific, academic and industrial applications. Avantor® has a comprehensive range of equipment, consumables, products and services to support analytical liquid chromatography assays in your laboratory.


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Analytical Liquid Chromatography Products


You need the right HPLC or UHPLC column for your analytes. There are many options out there. We can save you time by helping you to select the right one for your application.


Avantor carries thousands of chromatography columns, you can find the products that best meet your needs using our easy column selection tool. Search our database to find columns that match your specific method requirements.


You can find the HPLC solvents and modifiers that are most suitable for your assays from the hundreds of products Avantor offers. With different grades available to meet your needs, we have a solution for all types of analytical method.


No matter what type of vials you need, Avantor can help. We have dozens of vials of different sizes, shapes and finishes to help guarantee chemical compatibility. Look at what Avantor carries to meet your needs.


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What is HPLC?

High performance liquid chromatography, known as HPLC, works by using high-pressure pumps to effectively force a sample mixture containing the solvent through a column that contains a solid absorbent material.

This absorbent material (commonly silica) interacts differently with each component in the solvent. As the solvent components flow out of the column, they migrate through the column at a unique rate.

The difference in migration results in each component being separated from the mixture. A detector then generates a peak for each component and can allow us to determine the identity and concentration of the compounds.

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