ET145-4  Micronit MCE Chip with C4D Electrodes (45 mm)

ET145-4 Micronit MCE Chip with C4D Electrodes (45 mm)
ET145-4 Micronit MCE Chip with C4D Electrodes (45 mm)
  • Integrated C4D electrodes on the chip
  • Made from durable, chemically inert, non-porous glass
  • Short channel for fast analysis (< 1 minute)
 
Unit Price: $ (USD) 860.00
 

 

The ET145-4 is a pack of four 45 mm long chips for microchip electrophoresis. They have integrated C4D electrodes for contactless conductivity detection. The chips are compatible with the ET225 Micronit Chip Electrophoresis Platform.

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Citations

  • Multistacking from Two Sample Streams in Nonaqueous Microchip Electrophoresis.   Lee Yien Thang, Hong Heng See, and Joselito P. Quirino.   Anal. Chem., 88 (20), pp 9915–9919, 2016.   DOI: 10.1021/acs.analchem.6b02790
  • Authenticity screening of seized whiskey samples using electrophoresis microchips coupled with contactless conductivity detection.   Kariolanda C.A. Rezende, Roger Cardoso Moreira, Lucio Paulo Lima Logrado, Marcio Talhavini and Wendell K.T. Coltro.   Electrophoresis, 37, 2891–2895, 2016.   DOI: 10.1002/elps.201600277
  • Monitoring of nitrite, nitrate, chloride and sulfate in environmental samples using electrophoresis microchips coupled with contactless conductivity detection.   Camilla Benevides Freitas, Roger Cardoso Moreira, Maria Gizelda de Oliveira Tavares and Wendell K. T. Coltro.   Talanta 147, 335–341, 2016.  DOI: 10.1016/j.talanta.2015.09.075
  • Variability of microchip capillary electrophoresis with conductivity detection.   Ratna Tantra, Kenneth Robinson, Aneta Sikora.   Electrophoresis, 2013.   DOI: 10.1002/elps.201300175
  • μTAS (micro total analysis systems) for the high-throughput measurement of nanomaterial solubility.   R Tantra, J Jarman.   Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 429, 012011, 2013.   DOI: 10.1088/1742-6596/429/1/012011

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