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|Column||Rtx-DHA-100, 100 m, 0.25 mm ID, 0.50 µm (cat.# 10148)|
|Sample||Impurities commonly found in commercial cyclohexane|
|Inj. Vol.:||0.6 µL split (split ratio 100:1)|
|Liner:||Topaz 4.0 mm ID Precision inlet liner w/wool (cat.# 23305)|
|Inj. Temp.:||250 °C|
|Oven Temp.:||35 °C (hold 15 min) to 65 °C at 5 °C/min (hold 5 min) to 200 °C at 20 °C/min (hold 2 min)|
|Carrier Gas||He, constant flow|
|Flow Rate:||2.4 mL/min|
|Instrument||Agilent 7890B GC|
|Notes||Sample is a synthetic blend prepared with impurities known to be present in cyclohexane at concentrations expected to be found in commercial samples.|
Note that the distorted peak shape of 3,3-dimethylpentane is an example of "solvent effect." Solvent effect occurs when the analytical starting temperature is much lower than the boiling point of the solvent. When that occurs, the solvent peak affects the chromatography of compounds eluting near it. Peak shape for the compounds eluting prior to the solvent peak are usually distorted, while compounds eluting after the solvent peak will have somewhat increased retention.