1- Pentanesulfonic Acid
1- Pentanesulfonic Acid is a white crystalline powder of sodium pentane and sulphonate monohydrate. Its solubility is H2O: 0.1 g/mL, clear, colorless. Researchers also call it Sodium Salt, Sodium pentanesulfonate, and HPLC.
It must be stored at room temperature. The melting point for this acid tops off at three hundred degrees Celsius.
The white purified crystals of this acid buffer large-scale mobile phase prep.
This acid is commonly used as an ion pair reagent, or in ion pair chromatography.
Ion pair chromatography constitutes an analysis of acids and bases. Ultimately, this process highlights the shape and retention time when other oft-used attempts such as modifying eluent ratios or changing stationary phase do not work.
- simple formulations of a buffer;
- improved retention and separation of carbon chain lengths;
- a reduced separation time of sizable note;
- ionized and nonionized solutes occurring in simultaneous separation;
- significant reproducible results;
- and enhanced peak shape.