Endcapping

A column is said to be endcapped when a small silylating agent, such as trimethylchlorosilane, is used to bond residual silanol groups on a packing surface. It is most often used with reversed-phase packings and may cut down on undesirable adsorption of basic or ionic compounds.

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  1. suryaprakash says:

    for reference

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