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Fuel Oil Degradation Mix (4 components)

Subsurface degradation of fuel oil spills can be estimated by examining the ratios of C17/pristane and C18/phytane.1 To assist in identifying these four compounds from the complex fuel oil analysis, we offer a product that contains these compounds for retention time determination.
Certified reference materials (CRMs) manufactured and QC tested in ISO-accredited labs satisfy your ISO requirements.

Fuel Oil Degradation Mix (4 components)

Catalog # 31240

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31240 ea. 2,000 µg/mL each in methylene chloride, 1 mL/ampul Fuel Oil Degradation Mix Select Deselect

Catalog # 31240

Units
ea.  
Conc. in Solvent and Volume
2,000 µg/mL each in methylene chloride, 1 mL/ampul  
Product Name
Fuel Oil Degradation Mix  
Certified Reference Material (CRM)
Yes  
Max Shelf Life on Ship Date
85 months  
Min Shelf Life on Ship Date*
6 months  
Shipping Conditions
Ambient  
Storage Temperature
25 °C nominal  
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*Have specific minimum (min.) shelf- life requirements? Contact us

    (C17) Heptadecane (629-78-7)
    (C18) Octadecane (593-45-3)
    Pristane (2,6,10,14-tetramethylpentadecane) (1921-70-6)
    Phytane (2,6,10,14-tetramethylhexadecane) (638-36-8)

1Interpretation of Gas Chromatographic Data in Subsurface Hydrocarbon Investigations, R. Senn and M. Johnson, Ground Water Monitoring Review, Winter 1987.