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Micro-Deposition Improves Analysis
DiscovIR’s unique temperature controlled, vacuum deposition method ensures that results are accurate and reproducible. Eluted peaks are first deposited in a film on to a rotating IR transparent disc. Next, an infrared beam passes through each concentrated spot and the detector automatically collects spectral data.
Concentrates Analytes in Minimal Area
Cryogenic temperature control of the Sample Disc minimizes the area of the deposited analyte. This results in a thicker sample layer and therefore Higher Sensitivity of the absorbance spectrum.
- Micro-Deposition on Cryogenically-Cooled IR-transparent disc
- Unique, Proprietary LC interface
removes solvent interference
- Collects real-time IR spectrum
- On-line analysis
- No sample handling!
Infrared Detection System for HPLC and GPC
|Operating Principle||Direct deposition of column eluent on moving ZnSe sample disc|
|IR Spectrometer||Built-in FTIR|
|IR Detector||0.1 mm MCT|
|Wavenumber Range||4000–700 cm-1|
|Data Collection||Real-time, with post-run analysis available|
|Spectrum Type||Transmittance through disc and solid-phase sample|
|Disc Capacity||12-24 hours of chromatography|
|Window Temperature||-100°C to +50°C|
|Standard Features||• Real-time and post-run data collect|
• Chromatographic / spectral workup
• Band chromatograms for chemical classes
• Ratio chromatograms for profiling trends
|Library Search||Library Search Software included|
Spectra compatible with all solid phase FTIR Libraries
|Sample Delivery||Multi-Step Desolvation Interface|
|Flow Rates Accepted||0.25 to 1.5 mL/min|
|Compatible Solvents||Water, ACN, Methanol, THF, Chloroform|
|Compatible Additives||Volatile buffers (ammonium carbonates, acetates, formates), trifluoroacetic acid (TFA), triethylamine (TEA)|
|Sensitivity||Typically 1ug per component|
|Chromatograph||Any Liquid Chromatograph System (supplied by user)|
Retains Entire Chromatographic Run
The entire chromatographic run is applied as a solid deposit on the Sample Disc, preserving the resolution of the separation, therefore, the entire run is available to be scanned again in order to investigate subtle features and improve signal-to-noise.
The speed of the rotating Sample Disc can be adjusted to match concentration of the deposited sample.