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Chiral Detectors

optical rotation - chiral detectors

 

 

CD-4095 Circular Dichroism

Circular Dichroism detector CD-4095

The CD-4095 is a unique HPLC detector for measuring circular dichroism developed from the market leading J-Series circular dichroism spectrometer. Optically active compounds with a chromophore close to a chiral center may absorb circularly polarized light, which can be detected with excellent sensitivity and selectivity. When chiral compounds are measured using a UV-Visible detector, the d- and l- enantiomers cannot be distinguished even when separated by a chiral column. The CD-4095 circular dichroism detector makes it possible to positively distinguish between the d- and l- enantiomers by measuring the positive and negative peaks. It is also possible to quantify the d- and l-forms even when they are not separated, a calibration curve based on the g-factor can be used to determine the enantiomeric ratio. The ChromNAV CDS can be used to simultaneously measure the CD, g-factor data and UV-visible signal. The CD spectra of eluted compounds can be measured by triggering scanning manually, by timed program or automatically by threshold.

 

OR-4090 Optical Rotation

Chiral detector OR-4090

The OR-4090 Chiral detector measures the angle of rotation of plane polarized light caused by optical active isomers and is useful for chiral compounds with no absorption. The OR-4090 uses a high intensity Hg-Xe arc lamp (150W) providing a strong output in the UV/Visible region where the largest optical rotations offer the highest sensitivity. The wide wavelength range from 350-900nm also allows measurement of a wide variety of samples. One of the key benefits of optical rotation detection is that it is unaffected by changes in solvent and can be used with gradient elution, unlike an RI detector.