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Tunable, 2D separation of macromolecules and particles

The , in conjunction with an Eclipse® DualTec® or Eclipse AF4 asymmetrical-flow field-flow fractionation (AF4) system, separates macromolecules and particles from 1 nm to 10,000 nm by size charge.

2D separation using EAF4 and the Mobility provide two unique benefits beyond standard AF4:

The Mobility is invaluable for studying , , , of proteins and sub-micron particles, and a host of other macromolecules and colloids.

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A new dimension in FFF

Standard field-flow fractionation using AF4 is a versatile, size-based separation technique that can be tuned to adjust resolution and range. With no packed stationary phase, AF4 is free of shear, and adverse surface interactions are minimal, making it an ideal technology for complex and difficult analytical fractionation tasks.

The Mobility adds the ability to modulate separation by charge. Depending on the particle’s charge and polarity, its motion under the electric field combines with AF4 cross flow and parabolic channel flow to produce later or earlier elution. Hence analytes with the same size but different charge leave the EAF4 channel and reach the detectors at different times. Each fraction is characterized separately by the detectors.

Combining electrical fractionation with AF4 in a single separation channel in EAF4, the Mobility is the most powerful and versatile separation technology available for macromolecules and nanoparticles from 1 nm to 10,000 nm.

What's inside?

These are used with a standard Eclipse FFF controller and HPLC components from Agilent, Shimadzu or Thermo. Temperature control of the EAF4 channel is provided by a Thermos[Pro] chamber.

The electrodes, placed above and below the AF4 channel, create a programmable electric field but are never actually touched by sample. These platinum-coated steel electrodes are compatible with a large range of salt concentrations: they do not corrode, and the pressure present in the channel prevents bubble formation under electrolysis.

Rounding out the Mobility package, the VOYAGER CDS® chromatography data software and SCOUT DPS® data processing and simulation software perform optimization, control and analysis of EAF4 methods, to maximize size and zeta potential characterization.

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Learn more about EAF4 and how it determines zeta potential in: C. Johann, S. Elsenberg, H. Schuch, U. Rosch., "Instrument and Method to Determine the Electrophoretic Mobility of Nanoparticles and Proteins by Combining Electrical and Flow Field-Flow Fractionation," (8) , 4292-4298 (2015) [ Papillio Rom from BirkoFlor in Falling Leaves Blue Falling Leaves Blue mJIjkOZsk6

EAF4 is combined with one or more downstream, online detectors for particle characterization:


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