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Organochlorine Pesticides on Rtx-CLPesticides Columns (0.18 mm ID column set)

Organochlorine Pesticides on Rtx-CLPesticides Columns (0.18 mm ID column set)

Peaks
1.2,4,5,6-Tetrachloro-m-xylene (SS)
2.α-BHC
3.γ-BHC
4.β-BHC
5.δ-BHC
6.Heptachlor
7.Aldrin
8.Heptachlor epoxide
9.trans-Chlordane*
10.cis-Chlordane*
11.Endosulfan I
Peaks
12.4,4'-DDE
13.Dieldrin
14.Endrin
15.4,4'-DDD
16.Endosulfan II
17.4,4'-DDT
18.Endrin aldehyde
19.Endosulfan sulfate
20.Methoxychlor
21.Endrin ketone
22.Decachlorobiphenyl (SS)
* For information regarding the nomenclature used for cis-chlordane and trans-chlordane, visit www.restek.com/chlordane-notice
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GC_EV00892
ColumnsRtx-CLPesticides 20 m, 0.18 mm ID, 0.18 µm (cat.# 42102)
and Rtx-CLPesticides2 20 m, 0.18 mm ID, 0.14 µm (cat.# 42302)
using IP deactivated guard column 5 m, 0.53 mm ID (cat.# 10045)
with SeCure “Y” connector kit with universal “Y” Press-Tight® connector (cat.# 20276)
SampleOrganochlorine pesticide mix AB #2 (cat.# 32292)
Pesticide surrogate mix, EPA 8080, 8081 (cat.# 32000)
Injection
Inj. Vol.:0.5 µL splitless (hold 0.75 min)
Liner:Splitless taper (2 mm) (cat.# 20796)
Inj. Temp.:250 °C
Oven
Oven Temp.:140 °C (hold 1 min) to 250 °C at 35 °C/min (hold 1 min) to 330 °C at 35 °C/min (hold 3 min)
Carrier GasHe, constant linear velocity
Linear Velocity:20 cm/sec @ 140 °C
DetectorMicro-ECD @ 350 °C
InstrumentAgilent/HP6890 GC
Notescat.# 32292 = 8-80 μg/mL each component in hexane/toluene
cat.# 32000 = 200 μg/mL each component in acetone

This chromatogram was obtained using an Agilent micro-ECD. To obtain comparable results, you will need to employ a micro-ECD in addition to confirmational dual columns connected to a 5-meter guard column using a “Y” Press-Tight connector.
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