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Rt-Alumina BOND/KCl Columns (fused silica PLOT)

KCl deactivation

...Restek Rt-Alumina BOND columns are highly selective for C1–C5 hydrocarbons and separate all to the injection or detection systems. And because they are stable up to at least 200 °C, Rt-Alumina BOND columns ... Rt-Alumina BOND/KCl Columns ... GS-Alumina KCl, HP-PLOT Al2O3 /KCl, CP-Al2O3/KCl, Alumina-Chloride ... Restek's lowest polarity alumina column. Low moisture sensitivity reduces...

MXT-Alumina BOND/MAPD Columns (Siltek-treated stainless steel PLOT)

...Restek's R&D chemists have optimized the deactivation technology applied to our MXT-Alumina BOND Alumina PLOT deactivation produces an incredibly inert column that offers superior reproducibility ... MXT-Alumina BOND/MAPD Columns ... MXT-Alumina BOND/MAPD PLOT columns are made specifically for the analysis of petrochemicals in fused silica Rt-Alumina columns!Literature...

Rt-Alumina BOND/CFC Columns (fused silica PLOT)

...Restek Rt-Alumina BOND columns are highly selective for C1–C5 hydrocarbons and separate all to the injection or detection systems. And because they are stable up to at least 200 °C, Rt-Alumina BOND columns ... Rt-Alumina BOND/CFC Columns ... alumina-based column, separates most CFCs. High retention and capacity for CFCs...

Rt-Alumina BOND/Na2SO4 Columns (fused silica PLOT)

Na2SO4 deactivation

...Restek Rt-Alumina BOND columns are highly selective for C1–C5 hydrocarbons and separate all they are stable up to at least 200 °C, Rt-Alumina BOND columns can be regenerated to restore full efficiency ... Rt-Alumina BOND/Na2SO4 ... GS-Alumina, CP-Al2O3 /Na2SO4, Alumina...

Rt-Alumina BOND/MAPD Columns (fused silica PLOT)

...Restek Rt-Alumina BOND columns are highly selective for C1–C5 hydrocarbons and separate all to the injection or detection systems. And because they are stable up to at least 200 °C, Rt-Alumina BOND columns ... Rt-Alumina BOND/MAPD Columns ... Rt-Alumina BOND/MAPD PLOT columns are made specifically for the analysis of petrochemicals in metal MXT-Alumina columns!Literature...

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New Alumina Column Shows Promise for Analysing Chlorofluorocarbons (PDF)

...PIN April / May 2011 Petro Industry News Analytical Instrumentation New Alumina Column Shows , which providedmore opportunity for resolution. Alumina, in particular, offers high retention and good ... CFCs, chlorofluorocarbons, alumina...

Analyze Trace Polar Hydrocarbons More Accurately and Reliably With New Alumina BOND/MAPD PLOT Columns! (PDF)

... Trace Polar Hydrocarbons More Accurately and Reliably With New Alumina BOND/MAPD PLOT Columns in the petrochemical industry. Adsorption chromatography using alumina stationary phases has proven to be very...

Improve Trace Analysis of Acetylene, Propadiene, and Methyl Acetylene Impurities with Higher Capacity Alumina MAPD Columns (PDF)

... Analysis of Acetylene, Propadiene, and Methyl Acetylene Impurities with Higher Capacity Alumina MAPD Columns MAPD alumina PLOT columns are commonly used for these applications because the selectivity...

Analysis of Trace Hydrocarbon Impurities in 1,3-Butadiene Using Optimized Rt-Alumina BOND/MAPD PLOT Columns (PDF)

... Using Optimized Rt-Alumina BOND/MAPD PLOT Columns By Rick Morehead, Jan Pijpelink, Jaap de Zeeuw, Tom high quality synthetic rubber products. Standard analytical methods employ alumina PLOT columns which...

17 Minute D2712 Analysis of Impurities in Propylene Using PLOT Columns (PDF)

... analysis; alumina PLOT columns, in particular, offer a high degree of selectivity for resolving low to resolve compounds. Here, an Rt-Alumina BOND column with a Na2SO4 deactivation was used to illustrate...

Restek's PLOT Column Family (PDF)

... Rt Column Phases: Rt-Alumina BOND/MAPD Rt-Alumina BOND/Na2SO4 Rt-Alumina BOND/KCl Rt-Alumina BOND /CFC Rt-MSieve 5A Rt-Q-BOND Rt-QS-BOND Rt-S-BOND Rt-U-BOND Metal MXT Column Phases: MXT-Alumina...

New Alumina Column Shows Promise for Analyzing Chlorofluorocarbons

... A unique deactivation for alumina PLOT columns has recently been developed to control the high activity of alumina surfaces. Rt-Alumina BOND/CFC columns provide high retention and high selectivity for volatile ... Rt-Alumina BOND/CFC columns provide high retention and high selectivity for volatile halogenated hydrocarbons, without the activity that is usually observed with alumina adsorbents. Chlorofluorocarbon ... CFC, chlorofluorocarbon, "halogenated hydrocarbon", alumina...

New PLOT Column Technology Stabilises Flow and Improves Analysis of Light Hydrocarbons, Solvents and Permanent Gases (PDF)

...), alumina (KCl and Na2SO4 deactivations), and molecular sieve PLOT columns, and provides benefits across in ethylene according to D6159 (Figure 6). As prescribed in the method, an Rt-Alumina BOND (KCl) column...

Analysis of Impurities in Ethylene by ASTM D6159-97 (PDF)

...-column configuration consisting of an alumina PLOT column with KCl deactivation (50m x 0.53mm ID) coupled to a methyl ethylene samples. Peak List 1. methane 2. ethane 3. ethylene GCPC01109 Column: Rt -Alumina BOND/KCl, 50...

Improve Trace Analysis of Acetylene, Propadiene, and Methyl Acetylene Impurities With Higher Sample Capacity Alumina MAPD Columns

... streams. MAPD alumina PLOT columns are commonly used for these applications because the selectivity of alumina makes it very useful for separating C1-C5 hydrocarbons. Although selectivity is very ... Rt-Alumina BOND/MAPD columns offer higher capacity than other MAPD columns and are ideal ... acetylene, "methyl acetylene", "MAPD alumina", "column capacity", "high capacity", alumina...

Extending the Power of Stabilized PLOT Column Technology to Process GC Analyzers (PDF)

...: porous polymer, molecular sieve, and alumina. Porous polymer MXT columns are highly inert and effective and allows these procedures to be run with greater confidence. Metal alumina columns are recommended...

How to Understand and Deal with Overloading in GC (PDF)

... (GSC), in which the stationary phases used are adsorbents such as alumina, molecular sieves and porous : Impact of absolute sample load on solid stationary phase/PLOT column. Column: 30 m x 0.32 mm Rt-Alumina...

Analysis of Trace Hydrocarbon Impurities in 1,3-Butadiene Using Optimized Rt-Alumina BOND/MAPD PLOT Columns

... is critical in producing high quality synthetic rubber products. Standard analytical methods employ alumina irreproducibility and poor sensitivity for polar hydrocarbons. In this study, Rt-Alumina BOND/MAPD PLOT columns were ... Impurity analysis of 1,3-butadiene on an Rt-Alumina BOND/MAPD column results in good separation...

PLOT Columns Instruction Sheet (PDF)

... and helium. Head Pressure for Q-, QS-, S-, and U-BOND Head Pressure for Msieve 5A and all Alumina BOND for porous polymer columns (Q-, QS-, S- and U-BOND), and for at least 2 hours for molecular sieve and alumina...

News: New Alumina Column Shows Promise for Analyzing Chlorofluorocarbons

Author(s): Jaap de Zeeuw, Tom Vezza Published By: Petro Industry News Year of Publication: 2011 Link: http://www.restek.com/Technical-Resources/Technical-Library/Petroleum-Petrochemical/petro_0020 Abstract: Rt®-Alumina BOND/CFC columns provide high retention and high selectivity for volatile halogenated hydrocarbons, without the activity that is usually observed with alumina adsorbents. … Continue reading

ChromaBLOGraphy: New Alumina PLOT provides Highest Acetylene/Propadiene Response and extended Maximum Temperature

During last ISCC symposium in San Diego, several posters were presented on alumina PLOT technology and application. One poster was about a new alumina columns with improved characteristics. The other poster was about separation behavior of alumina. Here we zoom into the new Alumina technology. In light hydrocarbon analysis, the separation and detection of traces [...]

Restek Advantage, 2012.1 (PDF)

... Alumina MAPD Columns . . . . . 20–21 Editorial: Matrix Effects in Multi-Residue Pesticide Analysis When...

ChromaBLOGraphy: Limitations of Alumina: What you should NOT inject on alumina / Al2O3 columns

Alumina (Al2O3) capillary PLOT columns have been available for about 35 years. They are best suited for separation of C1-C10 hydrocarbons and especially the C1-C5 range. The alumina has unique selectivity making it possible to separate all the unsaturated hydrocarbons at temperatures above ambient, see figure 1. While its an excellent choice for unsaturated hydrocarbons, special attention is […]

ASTM Petrochemical Method Chromatography Product Guide (PDF)

... Purity and Hydrocarbon Impurities by Gas Chromatography Rt-Alumina BOND/MAPD 50 m x 0.53 mm x 10 μm for Hydrocarbon Traces in Propylene Concentrates by Gas Chromatography Rt-Alumina BOND/Na₂SO₄ 50 m x 0.53 mm x...

Ceramic Scoring Wafer Instruction Sheet (PDF)

...Ceramic Scoring Wafer cat.# 20116 The square alumina scoring wafer has four straight scoring...

News: Restek Expands PLOT Column Line With New Alumina BOND/MAPD Columns

PLOT columns from Restek have set a new standard with better bonding and greater efficiency than similar columns from other vendors. The superior stabilization and deactivation technologies that are the foundation of our PLOT column line have now been used … Continue reading

ChromaBLOGraphy: Speed up Separations and Maximize acetylene, propadiene and methylacetylene Response using High flow and Short alumina MAPD columns

Last week I had the chance to do some labwork at Restek on light hydrocarbon analysis looking at fast analysis of trace polar hydrocarbons (acetylene, propadiene). For this application, a new column was developed : AluminaBOND / MAPD.  See also:  http://blog.restek.com/?p=2670   I always was amazed by the selectivity of the alumina adsorbent for hydrocarbon [...]

Airmail, vol. 2014 vol. 1 (PDF)

... layer open tubular (PLOT) column (e.g., Rt-Alumina BOND/Na2SO4 [50 m x 0.32 mm x 5 μm]) for the C2 and C , etc. In addition, moisture (always present in air samples) will deteriorate alumina columns. Finally...

ChromaBLOGraphy: New alumina-based PLOT column for high resolution separation of CFC / Refrigerants

Last Capillary symposium in Riva del Garda, a poster was presented on a new PLOT column for CFC analysis. Chloro-Fluoro Carbons (CFC), also known as Refrigerants or Propellants, are highly volatile compounds which can be analyzed via gas chromatography. There production, application and especially release is controlled carefully as they have a direct impact on [...]

ChromaBLOGraphy: Higher temperature stability and better peak shape of new Restek alumina MAPD column outperforms Agilents PLOT Al2O3 M type

A few months ago Restek introduced a new Alumina PLOT column, that was dedicated for trace methylacetylene(MA)and propadiene(PD), for which it was named Rt-Alumina BOND MAPD. The column does provide highest response for polar hydrocarbons which makes it ideal for purity and impurity analysis of hydrocarbon stream.  Our scientists successfully managed to maintain the loadability [...]

News: Improve Trace Analysis of Acetylene, Propadiene, and Methyl Acetylene Impurities With Higher Capacity Alumina MAPD Columns

Author(s): Rick Morehead, Jan Pijpelink, Jaap de Zeeuw Published By: Petro Industry News Year of Publication: 2011 Link: http://www.restek.com/Technical-Resources/Technical-Library/Petroleum-Petrochemical/petro_PCAN1537-UNV Abstract: When analysing trace impurities in petroleum gases, such as propylene, ethylene, or 1,3-butadiene, column capacity (loadability) is an important factor in obtaining accurate … Continue reading

News: Analysis of Trace Hydrocarbon Impurities in 1,3-Butadiene Using Optimized Rt®-Alumina BOND/MAPD PLOT Columns

Author(s): Rick Morehead, Jan Pijpelink, Jaap de Zeeuw, Tom Vezza Published By: Restek Corporation Year of Publication: 2011 Link: http://www.restek.com/Technical-Resources/Technical-Library/Petroleum-Petrochemical/petro_PCAN1434 Abstract: Impurity analysis of 1,3-butadiene on an Rt®-Alumina BOND/MAPD column results in good separation of both light polar impurities (methyl acetylene, … Continue reading

Solutions for Your Petro Analyses (PDF)

... selectivities), alumina (MAPD, CFC, KCl, and Na2SO4 deactivations), and molecular sieve PLOT columns. Our 50 μm to 300 °C — — 79723-273 79723 MXT-Alumina BOND/Na2SO4 0.53 mm 10 μm to 200 °C...

Minimizing Decomposition of Components during GC Analysis (PDF)

... alumina surfaces. this time, interactions can take place and components will decompose. Figure 2(a) shows...

ChromaBLOGraphy: What do Chromatograms tell us? Peak Shape: Reactivity of Alumina

Chromatograms are like fingerprints.  If you can “read” chromatograms well, you often can find a plausible cause. In this series, we will show a series of chromatograms that are obtained from users and discuss some potential causes for the phenomena. Then we can move into some solutions for improvement. A peak shape is observed as [...]

ChromaBLOGraphy: Analysis of N2O (nitrous oxide) via GC: an update

Nitrous oxide (N2O), is commonly known as “laughing” gas, but is also used as a component in fuels in rockets and as an aerosol propellant. N2O is itself a stable gas and can be analyzed relative easy via gas chromatography. Often it is confused with “nitric oxide”, (NO). NO is a very reactive gas. When […]

Extending the Power of Stabilized PLOT Column Technology to Process GC Analyzers

..., molecular sieve, and alumina. Porous polymer MXT columns are highly inert and effective at separating both with greater confidence. Metal alumina columns are recommended for light hydrocarbon analysis...

ChromaBLOGraphy: [24] What do Chromatograms tell us? Base line is Rising with a Near Constant Slope..

Chromatograms are like fingerprints.  If you can “read” chromatograms well, you often can find a plausible cause. In this series, we will show a series of GC-chromatograms that are obtained from users and discuss some potential causes for the phenomena. Then we can move into some solutions for improvement.   In chromatography, we always like […]

Restek's PLOT Column Family PCSS1163G-UNV

Restek's porous layer open tubular (PLOT) columns feature an innovative bonding process that minimizes particle release, more consistent flow for stable retention times, and outstanding peak symmetry to improve impurity analysis. Restek PLOT columns are the benchmark for performance.

ChromaBLOGraphy: What do Chromatograms tell us? Peak Shape: Overload using Adsorbents in PLOT

Chromatograms are like fingerprints.  If you can “read” chromatograms well, you often can find a plausible cause. In this series, we will show a series of chromatograms that are obtained from users and discuss some potential causes for the phenomena. Then we can move into some solutions for improvement.   A mixture of hydrocarbons is [...]

ChromaBLOGraphy: [15] What do Chromatograms tell us? First eluting peak is much too broad

Chromatograms are like fingerprints.  If you can “read” chromatograms well, you often can find a plausible cause. In this series, we will show a series of GC-chromatograms that are obtained from users and discuss some potential causes for the phenomena. Then we can move into some solutions for improvement.   An analysis was done where [...]

ChromaBLOGraphy: Maximum temperatures of packed columns – Hydrocarbon Analysis

For my third post in this series, I would like to focus on specialty packed columns for hydrocarbon analysis.  In some cases, the packings in these columns are proprietary, so detailed information cannot be provided.  In other cases, application information may be limited.  However, we can provide maximum temperature limits (see table below). For other […]

Petrochemical & Chemical Chromatography

Restek Pure Chromatography is your first and best choice for biodiesel analyses. We offer both fused silica and metal columns designed to meet ASTM a...

ChromaBLOGraphy: Fast(er) GC: How to Decrease Analysis Time using Existing Instrumentation? Part I: Impact of column dimensions.

When talking with customers, I always hear there is a lot of interest in doing faster GC. Often people think they have to buy new instrumentation to do that. Sometimes it’s necessary if you have a 20 year old GC, but for most GC’s of younger age, you can easily develop method to go faster.  [...]

ChromaBLOGraphy: How to Increase the Life Time of your GC Columns? Part III Gases, Flows and Practical Operation

For operation of GC columns a carrier gas is required.  In the first blog of this series we zoomed into the importance of using clean carrier gas.  We also have a choice on type of carrier gas. Mostly Helium is used, because of its high optimal velocity and inertness but that gas is loosing its [...]

ASTM Petrochemical Method Chromatography Product Guide

... (LP) Gases and Propane/Propene Mixtures by Gas Chromatography Rt-Alumina BOND Chromatography Rt-Alumina BOND/MAPD50 m x 0.53 mm x 10 µm...

A Guide to Preparing and Analyzing Chlorinated Pesticides (PDF)

... to Florisil, alumina, and silica gel tubes; and have higher sample capacity in comparison to C18 tubes...

News: Separation Science 2012 Features Jaap de Zeeuw as Key Invited Speaker

We are proud to announce that Restek’s own Jaap de Zeeuw was invited to speak at Separation Science 2012 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Jaap joined chromatography experts from around the globe in presenting his work (see below for the abstract) … Continue reading

ChromaBLOGraphy: How to choose the correct GC column – Part 2

My last post looked at how to use published boiling points of compounds to help select a GC column. In this post, I will be discussing the role of compound polarity when selecting a GC column.   To briefly summarize my column selection process (discussed in Part 1 http://blog.restek.com/?p=5426 )   My four categories of [...]

Using Micropacked GC Columns for Analyzing Volatiles in Light Hydrocarbon Streams

... Packed columns are made with a wide variety of adsorbent materials, including alumina, molecular sieves...

ChromaBLOGraphy: 0.53mm wide bore MXT Metal MicroPacked Columns do Gases and Fit in any Standard GC

I always have been working on PLOT columns to make them retentive and highly efficient. Great was my surprise what you can do with adsorption materials when they are correctly packed into a 0.53mm MXT capillary.. Separation of volatiles can be well done using adsorption chromatography. Using high retentive adsorbents, unique separations can be done [...]

ChromaBLOGraphy: Analysis of Highly Toxic gases : Column Choice

A little follow up on the interesting topic that was blogged by Alan.  I promised to add a few comments on column selection as I have had several questions of this nature.   In general in gas analysis, you need to use columns with high retention. So only thick-film liquid phases like Rtx-1 or adsorption […]

ChromaBLOGraphy: Totally serious analysis of N2O – capillary column selection

A few years ago, Jaap wrote a blog, “Can I analyze NO, N2O and NO2 via GC?”, which received a vast response. If you are just starting to dive into the analysis of N2O, scroll through the blog comments where you can find many valuable insights from our blog readers. What I would like to […]

POPs: Stay Off! Stay Away! Stay Alive! Human Exposure and Food Control

..., basic), basic alumina columns, and other columns containing, for example, carbon dispersed on Celite...

ChromaBLOGraphy: Capillary GC Column Killers – Part 4

Aqueous Injections In my final installment of Capillary GC Column Killers, I would like to discuss aqueous (water) injections. There are a lot of misconceptions about injecting water into a GC, and for good reason. Besides the general knowledge that electronics and water should not be combined, many analysts have experienced chromatography issues when injecting [...]

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Permanent Gases and Nitrous Oxide on Rt-Alumina BOND/Na2SO4

GC_PC1344

Column: Rt-Alumina BOND/Na2SO4, 30 m, 0.53 mm ID, 10 µm (cat.# 19755)
Injector: Split
Detector: TCD
GC_PC1344

Refinery Gas on Rt-Alumina BOND/Na2SO4 (ASTM D2163-14)

GC_PC1309

Column: Rt-Alumina BOND/Na2SO4, 50 m, 0.53 mm ID, 10 µm (cat.# 19756)
Injector: Split
Detector: FID
GC_PC1309

Acetylene and Propadiene Capacity on Rt-Alumina BOND/MAPD

GC_PC1216

Column: Rt-Alumina BOND/MAPD, 50 m, 0.53 mm ID, 10 µm (cat.# 19778)
Injector: Split
Detector: FID
GC_PC1216

C1-C5 Hydrocarbons on Rt-Alumina BOND/MAPD

GC_PC1213

Column: Rt-Alumina BOND/MAPD, 50 m, 0.53 mm ID, 10 µm (cat.# 19778)
Injector: Split
Detector: FID
GC_PC1213

1,3-Butadiene on Rt-Alumina BOND/MAPD (Purity Analysis)

GC_PC1211

Column: Rt-Alumina BOND/MAPD, 50 m, 0.53 mm ID, 10.0 µm (cat.# 19778)
Injector: Split
Detector: FID
GC_PC1211

High Molecular Weight Impurity in 1,3-Butadiene on Rt-Alumina BOND/MAPD

GC_PC1212

Column: Rt-Alumina BOND/MAPD, 50 m, 0.53 mm ID, 10.0 µm (cat.# 19778)
Injector: Split
Detector: FID
GC_PC1212

Crude 1,3-Butadiene on Rt-Alumina BOND/MAPD

GC_PC1202

Column: Rt-Alumina BOND/MAPD, 50 m, 0.53 mm ID, 10 µm (cat.# 19778)
Injector: Split
Detector: FID
GC_PC1202

Light Hydrocarbons on Rt-Alumina BOND/MAPD

GC_PC1201

Column: Rt-Alumina BOND/MAPD, 50 m, 0.32 mm ID, 5.0 µm (cat.# 19780)
Injector: Split
Detector: FID
GC_PC1201

Refinery Gas Hydrocarbons on Rt-Alumina BOND/Na2SO4

GC_PC01139

Column: Rt-Alumina BOND/Na2SO4, 30 m, 0.53 mm ID, 10 µm (cat.# 19755)
Injector: Split
Detector: FID
GC_PC01139

Ethylene Purity Analysis using ASTM D6159-97

GC_PC01109

Column: see notes
Injector: Split
Detector: FID
GC_PC01109

Propane Camping Fuel on Rt-Alumina BOND/KCl

GC_PC01087

Column: Rt-Alumina BOND/KCl, 50 m, 0.53 mm ID, 10 µm (cat.# 19760)
Injector: Split
Detector: FID
GC_PC01087

Impurity Analysis of 1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane (CFC-134a) on Rt-Alumina BOND/CFC

GC_GN1155

Column: Rt-Alumina BOND/CFC, 30 m, 0.53 mm ID (cat.# 19763)
Injector: Split
Detector: FID
GC_GN1155

Refinery Gas on Rt-Alumina BOND/KCl

GC_PC01088

Column: Rt-Alumina BOND/KCl, 50 m, 0.53 mm ID, 10 µm (cat.# 19760)
Injector: Split
Detector: FID
GC_PC01088

Propylene and C1-C5 Hydrocarbons on Rt-Alumina BOND/Na2SO4

GC_PC01142

Column: Rt-Alumina BOND/Na2SO4, 50 m, 0.53 mm ID, 10 µm (cat.# 19756)
Injector: Split
Detector: FID
GC_PC01142

Propane Camping Fuel on Rt-Alumina BOND/Na2SO4

GC_PC01084

Column: Rt-Alumina BOND/Na2SO4, 50 m, 0.53 mm ID, 10 µm (cat.# 19756)
Injector: Split
Detector: FID
GC_PC01084

Butane Lighter Fluid on Rt-Alumina BOND/Na2SO4

GC_PC01083

Column: Rt-Alumina BOND/Na2SO4, 50 m, 0.53 mm ID, 10 µm (cat.# 19756)
Injector: Split
Detector: FID
GC_PC01083

Natural Gas on Rt-Alumina BOND/KCl

GC_PC01091

Column: Rt-Alumina BOND/KCl, 50 m, 0.53 mm ID, 10 µm (cat.# 19760)
Injector: Split
Detector: FID
GC_PC01091

Natural Gas on Rt-Alumina BOND/Na2SO4

GC_PC01092

Column: Rt-Alumina BOND/Na2SO4, 50 m, 0.53 mm ID, 10 µm (cat.# 19756)
Injector: Split
Detector: FID
GC_PC01092

Refinery Gas on MXT-Alumina BOND/Na2SO4

GC_PC1183

Column: MXT-Alumina BOND/Na2SO4, 30 m, 0.53 mm ID, 10 µm (cat.# 79714)
Injector: Split
Detector: FID
GC_PC1183

Stability Test: Halogenated Hydrocarbons on Rt-Alumina BOND/CFC (Before & After 16 hrs. at 200 °C)

GC_PC1192

Column: Rt-Alumina BOND/CFC, 30 m, 0.53 mm ID, 10 µm (cat.# 19763)
Injector: Split
Detector: FID
GC_PC1192

Halogenated Hydrocarbons on Rt-Alumina BOND/CFC

GC_PC1193

Column: Rt-Alumina BOND/CFC, 30 m, 0.53 mm ID, 10 µm (cat.# 19763)
Injector: Split
Detector: FID
GC_PC1193

Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) on Rt-Alumina BOND/CFC

GC_PC1199

Column: Rt-Alumina BOND/CFC, 30 m, 0.53 mm ID, 10 µm (cat.# 19763)
Injector: Split
Detector: FID
GC_PC1199

Butane Lighter Fluid Rt-Alumina BOND/KCl

GC_PC01086

Column: Rt-Alumina BOND / KCl, 50 m, 0.53 mm ID, 10 µm (cat.# 19760)
Injector: Sample Valve
Detector: FID
GC_PC01086

Ethylene and C1-C5 Hydrocarbons by ASTM D6159-97 on Rt-Alumina BOND/KCl, Rtx-1

GC_PC01110

Column: Rt-Alumina BOND/KCl *, 50 m, 0.53 mm ID, 10 µm (cat.# 19760)
Injector: Split
Detector: FID
GC_PC01110

Refinery Gas on Rt-Alumina BOND (Na2SO4)

GC_PC01085

Column: Rt-Alumina BOND/Na2SO4, 50 m, 0.53 mm ID, 10 µm (cat.# 19756)
Injector: Split
Detector: FID
GC_PC01085

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