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Method Toolbox

Select the Optimal Methods for Fractionation and Purification     
Automatically test up to 96 methods, 16 different mobile phase solvents and 6 columns to find the optimal separation conditions for fractionating synthetic compounds all in one batch.     
     
Visually Monitor Target Compounds     
The optimal separation method can be quickly identified from all of the various separation methods because target compound peaks in chromatograms are color coded in the data reports.     
     
Simplicity and Reliability for Multiple Analysts     
The software automatically manages vials, fully cleans columns, and cleans flow channels, allowing multiple analysts to confidently screen different samples at the same time.

Features

Automatic Pre-Run Method     
When either the mobile phase or column is switched, flow channel cleaning and column equilibration occur automatically.     
     
Analysis Sequence Optimization     
In order to shorten column equilibration time and mitigate column degradation, each sample is run on the column of interest using the same mobile phase before moving to a new mobile phase of interest. This process increases the speed and efficiency of method development.     
     
Automatic Column Cleaning     
Column cleaning is performed automatically after screening the mobile phase in the column.    
    
The Optimal Separation Can be Seen at a Glance!     
     
Visual Peak Monitoring     
Due to the tracking function of the MS, it is possible to intuitively determine the optimal separation method since the target compound peaks on the chromatograms are green in color.

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Method Toolbox

Method Toolbox

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