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Packed Column GC

Application Guide

Bulletin 890A

Packed Column GC
Application Guide
This guide to packed column applications provides information on the
best approach to designing your application. It includes helpful
information about packings, phases, tubing, and different types of
deactivations. Nearly 200 different applications are organized ac-
cording to type of analysis. In most cases, the catalog number for the
packing is included with the application chromatogram.
Key Words
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What Makes a Good Column?
Tubing, support, and stationary phase are all that is needed to prepare a
column, but to prepare a column that will provide the desired separation may
require much more. First, the proper materials must be selected; this can be
the most difficult part. Also, these ingredients must be combined in such a
manner that optimum performance can be obtained; this can turn out to be
more than one bargains for! Any compromise in materials or procedures yields
a compromised performance.

The Rohrschneider and McReynolds Constants
An important feature is the use of the Rohrschneider and McReynolds
Constants. Using these systems, most of the stationary phases now in use have
been characterized by a series of constants. These constants provide the
worker with a wealth of practical information to help solve problems in column
selection. For more information and a listing of McReynolds values, request
Bulletin 880.

The Support
The support plays a critical role in several ways in the performance of the
column. First, it governs the efficiency of the column (narrowness of peaks).
The structure of the support, and the manner in which it is coated, both
contribute to the efficiency. Secondly, the wrong choice of support can
interact with the sample to cause the chromatographic peaks to tail, i.e., they
can be highly asymmetrical and consequently difficult or impossible to
measure. Ideally, the support should not interact with the sample but, in
practice, this does occur. By careful selection of the support and conditions,
one can minimize this problem.
The tailing phenomenon is caused by active sites on the surface of the support.
These sites are ones that can form a hydrogen bond; consequently samples
that form a strong hydrogen bond tail badly. In practice, compounds such as
water, glycols, alcohols, acids, and amines tail severely while carbonyl
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compounds such as esters, ketones, and aldehydes tail to a lesser degree.
Hydrocarbons that do not hydrogen bond are not bothered by tailing.
To eliminate or reduce the tailing problem one modifies the support surface
by: 1) removing the active sites by acid and/or base washing, 2) modifying the
surface by silanization, or 3) covering the active sites with the stationary phase
having polar functional groups in it.
Acid washing is effective in removing mineral impurities from the support
surface as well as miscellaneous extraneous material. Base washing does not
impart any special advantage to the support that is not obtained with a well
acid washed support. Acid washing by itself is not effective in reducing tailing
but it is recommended where a polar phase is used, such as the polyesters and
polyglycols.
Silanization, particularly with dimethyldichlorosilane (DMCS) is very effective
in reducing tailing. Combined with acid washing and DMCS treatment, the
resulting support is recommended for most columns. Silane treatment is a
very difficult process to control and should not be attempted unless you wish
to make a research project out of it. When silicone stationary phases are used,
it is mandatory that an acid-washed and DMCS-treated support be used. The
silicone stationary phases, particularly when used in the 1-5% level, are not
effective in deactivating the support and require a silane-treated support.
SUPELCOPORT is recommended where an acid-washed and DMCS-treated
support is required.
The third procedure for deactivation, using a polar stationary phase, requires
that the phase contain functional groups such as an ester, an ether, a hydroxyl,
and an amine group. These functional groups have strong hydrogen bonding
characteristics and tie up the active sites on the support surface. These phases
do not require a silanized support, although, when they are used at a level of
5% or less, silanization can be useful. Normally we recommend using an acid-
washed support with these phases.
When analyzing acids it is necessary that the stationary phase contain an acid
to deactivate the support. See Bulletin 856.
When working with basic compounds such as amines, the stationary phase
must contain a base to deactivate the support; otherwise severe tailing will
result. KOH is frequently used at a 1-2% level for the purpose. A basic
stationary phase such as polyethyleneimines also may be used.
Most of the GC supports in current use are made from diatomaceous earth,
also called diatomite. The diatomite is processed in several ways producing
two basic types of supports. These are conveniently recognized by their color.
The particle size of supports are generally expressed in terms of screen
openings since screens are normally used to prepare them. The particle sizes
normally used in GC are as follows:
60/80 mesh 250-177 microns
80/100 mesh 177-149 microns
100/120 mesh 149-125 microns
The designation 60/80 mesh means that the particles have passed through a
60 mesh screen (-60) and will not pass through the 80 mesh screen (+80). It
then means that the particles are between 250-177 microns in size. The
column efficiency improves with decreasing particle size. At present the
80/100 mesh is the most popular size, but 100/120 mesh is used with
increasing frequency when more efficiency columns are desired.
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Glass columns also permit you to see how well a column has been packed. The hardness of the material appears to be important in transmitting the vibrational energy when the column is vibrated or tapped. Glass is more inert then the metals and rarely causes tailing or decomposition of the samples. not 1/2. 3 . When properly deactivated. and silane treat it! (All Supelco glass columns are silane-treated. Glass columns are also used generally in situations where it is desirable that the sample be injected directly into the column. . refer to our general catalog. the more volatile portion of the polymer is swept out of the column by the carrier gas. For a listing of phases and their maxi- mum/minimum operating temperatures. remember to reduce the carrier gas flow rate to 1/4. The volatile products could also be formed by thermal degradation of the stationary phase while the column is being used. While glass is the most inert of the tubing. Where 1/8" OD glass columns are used. stainless steel. the breakage problems are usually severe. As the column temperature is increased. Each column produced is shipped with a conditioning sheet. From our own experience we recommend using 2mm ID rather than 4mm ID glass columns because of the inherently higher efficiency. Most newer instruments are designed to handle 1/8" OD metal columns. In some cases the bleed rate is so high that it will not be possible to move the recorder pen off of full scale. it meets or exceeds the deactivation of conven- tional deactivated glass columns. . approaches glass in inertness. Upper Temperature Limit Each stationary phase has an upper temperature limit above which the column should not be operated. stainless steel is the most widely used.Column Tubing Glass. if in doubt . . This is called bleed. When glass columns are to be used. If you shift from 4mm to 2mm columns. Above the maximum upper limit the bleed rate is very high and the column will have a relatively short life. Stainless steel is generally considered more inert than aluminum or copper. A reasonable flow rate for 4mm columns is 80mL/min. while for 2mm columns a good rate is 20mL/min. Most stationary phases are polymers that consist of materials having a range of molecular weights. An alternative is to use a glass lined injection port to avoid the contact with metal since metal in the inlet can destroy certain samples or cause tailing. and is seen on the recorder as a rise in the baseline or as noise. Glass is used in situations where the sample might interact with the walls of the tube. Metal columns are used where glass is not required. and copper are the tubing materials com- monly used for columns. Fused silica lined stainless steel tubing is a suitable substitute for glass tubing. use glass . aluminum. However. We recommend stainless steel as the metal of choice because it is easier to prepare columns of higher efficiency with stainless steel than with aluminum or copper. the instruments are usually equipped to handle 1/4" OD columns. Note that the reported maximum upper limits are approximate values.) SP-Alloy T-1. Here the glass column can be made with a heavy glass wall cutting down considerably on the problem of breakage. our nickel alloy. and minimum/maximum operating temperature is indicated. It is standard operating procedure to use glass columns when working with pesticides and biochemicals such as steroids and hormones. .

Some stationary phases are solids and are ineffective as a stationary phase in this form. it must be conditioned for a period of hours to rid it of the very volatile portion of the stationary phase and also the last traces of solvent which were used in the coating step. glass. the configuration of the column or instrument it is to be used with Example: 3% SP-2100 on 100/120 mesh SUPELCOPORT TM. i.e. both OD and ID if possible h. the tube composition. The Lower Temperature Limit Observing the lower temperature limit is also important to obtain good column performance. should not be subjected to this drastic treatment. g. Glass for HP6890. When ordering the column. Many stationary phases are subject to oxidation and should not be exposed to air while hot. stainless. length and diameter. This might be necessary for technical grade silicone. the carrier gas should be allowed to flow through it. Another method is to use the literature as a guide and then to substitute some of the newer. the stationary phase b. the percent coating of stationary phase f. i.. and accessories. the problem is more complex. They must be operated at a temperature above their melting point. Selecting a Column The simplest method of obtaining a column to handle a particular problem is to duplicate one that is referred to in the applications pages of this guide. and most other phases. the support c. the mesh range of the support d. but chromatographic grade silicones such as the SPTM and OV® phases. We recommend that you always condition the column with a flow of carrier gas. Cutting back on the carrier gas overnight can be detrimental to the column. 2mm ID. If you cannot find the solution to your separation problem in the literature.. improved stationary phases and solid supports. but condition- ing overnight is usually better.e. 6' x 1/4" OD. the dimensions of the tube. Others have recommended “no-flow’ conditioning for such materials as UC W98 silicone. 4 . it is essential that you list all of the following: a. etc. packings.Conditioning the Column Before a column is used for the first time. At all times when the column is hot. the treatment given the support e. We recommend conditioning the column at the maximum isothermal column temperature which you expect to reach. One can start to use a column after it has been conditioned at that temperature after only 3-4 hours. For a complete listing of our current line of columns. It may also be necessary to insert an oxygen scrubber in the carrier gas line. please refer to our general catalog.

........ Qualmix — Sigma-Aldrich Co........................ Carbowax — Union Carbide Corp................................. Baroid Sales Div........................................ 24 Chlorinated Hydrocarbons ............. Dexsil — Dexsil Chemical Corp................................... UCON – Union Carbide Corporation Hall — Tracor Instruments.................... 64 Pesticides ........................................................................... 19 Amino Acids .... 92 Sterols ................................. Austin........ 54 Hydrocarbons C1-C2 Hydrocarbons & Permanent Gases ............... 11 Alcohols ..................................... 53 Formaldehyde ................................................................... 28 Creosote .......... 37 Ethylene Oxide and Residues .......... 94 Triglycerides ............................................. Scott — Scott Specialty Gases........ Bentone — National Lead Co.. 51 Freons ........................................................................................................ *US Pat................................................................................ Inc....... du Pont de Nemours & Co................................................................. Oronite — Uniroyal..... Carboxen* — Sigma-Aldrich Co... 78 Sugars .. 46 Fatty Acid Methyl Esters ...............................................331......................................................................................................... 60 C1-C5 Hydrocarbons ............................................................................ SP – Sigma-Aldrich Co............................... Methyl Esters (also see Fatty Acid Methyl Esters) . TightSpec — Sigma-Aldrich Co.................................... 22 Ammonia ................. 21 Aroclors ..............................839.............. 69 Pheromones ........................................... 60 C1-C6 Hydrocarbons ................................................................... Teflon — E...... 71 Simulated Distillation ................. Supelpak — Sigma-Aldrich Co............................ 33 EPA Methods (600 Series) ...... 62 Permanent Gases and Hydrocarbons .............................. OV – Ohio Valley Specialty Chemical Company Carbopack — Sigma-Aldrich Co............................................................................... Inc................................................................. du Pont de Nemours & Co........................................ 4.................. No........................... Fluorcol — Sigma-Aldrich Co....................................................................................................................................... SUPELCOPORT – Sigma-Aldrich Co... Chromosorb – Celite Corp............................. 55 C1-C3 Hydrocarbons ... 13 Amines ................ Carbotrap — Sigma-Aldrich Co........... Inc... 68 Phenols .... HayeSep — Hayes Separations Inc.. 95 Trademarks ORBO — Sigma-Aldrich Co...................................... Valco — Valco Instruments Co................................... Inc......... 5 ...................Index to Chromatograms Index to Chromatograms Compound Class Page Acetaldehyde ....... 6 Acids ......... Aroclor — Monsanto Co..... Freon — E............................................... 47 Fragrances ............................................................................................ 84 Sulfur and Mercaptans ........... Petrocol — Sigma-Aldrich Co................................................................................................................................... 85 Steroids .............................. 72 Solvents ....I...................................................................................... Inc................................... 59 C1-C4 Hydrocarbons ............... 31 Drugs ..................................................................... Cellosolve — Union Carbide Corp..................................................................... 24 Aromatics ....I..................... Inc............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6 Acids.........

: TC Inj. Volatile Fatty Acids (C1-C7) Packing: 10% SP-1000/1% H3PO4 on 100/120 Chromosorb® W AW Cat. Propionic acid 4.: Valco® valve. 225 ma. Isocaproic acid 6 9. No. n-Caproic acid 10. No. Chromatogram provided courtesy of Hayes Separations. 2500ppm) 3 0 2 Min For more information. Isovaleric acid 7. Acetic acid 2.: 10293 (packing) 1 Column: 3' x 1/8" ID stainless steel Oven: 100°C Carrier: helium. n-Butyric acid 6. Formic acid 3. 795-0144 Figure 2.Figure 1. 900 TC.: 11841 (packing) Column: 6' x 4mm ID glass Oven: Fisher Model 2400. 100/120 mesh Cat. 140°C 1. request Bulletin 856. 140°C Inj. Inc. 147°C Carrier: helium. Water 3. Trace Acetaldehyde in Air (2500ppm) Packing: Hayesep® D.: P. Acetaldehyde (vol.: 14µL 1. Air 2 2.E. 86mL/min Det. 100mL. request Bulletins 790 and 816. 795-0077 6 . n-Valeric acid 4 8. Isobutyric acid 5. 30cc/min Det. Heptanoic acid 5 7 8 9 3 10 1 2 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 22 24 Min For more information.

Propionic acid 3. 70mL/min Det.1% H3PO4 Cat. 200°C 2. Formic acid 4 2. n-Caproic acid 2 10. 795-0078 7 . 2-Methylbutyric acid 6. 145°C Carrier: helium. No. use a glass column.: 12144 (packing) Column: 6' x 4mm ID glass Oven: Fisher Model 2400. 200°C 1 Inj. Propionic acid 6 4.: 1µL water containing 50ppm 1. Isobutyric acid 5 5. 3-Methylbutyric acid 2 7. request Bulletin 856. n-Valeric acid 8. request Bulletin 856. Isovaleric acid 3 7. Min For more information. n-Valeric acid 3 4 5 6 7 Useful for analyses of sewage treatment effluents and other wastewater.: 11825-U (packing. Acetic acid each analyte. Isobutyric acid 4. 795-0076 Figure 4.: 14µL 1.Figure 3.: TC Inj.15g/bottle) Column: 30" x 4mm ID glass Oven: 120°C Carrier: nitrogen. n-Butyric acid 7 6. Heptanoic acid 1 10 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 20 22 Min For more information. Volatile Fatty Acids in Sewage Effluents (ppm Levels) Packing: GP 60/80 Carbopack® C/0. Volatile Acid Standard Mix (C1-C7) Acetaldehyde/Acids Packing: 15% SP-1220/1% H3PO4 on 100/120 Chromosorb W AW Cat. 50mL/min Det. No. Acetic acid 3.3% Carbowax® 20M/0.: FID. Isocaproic acid 8 9 9. n-Butyric acid 5. 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 For trace analyses.

4 150°C 1.: 11870-U (packing) Column: 3' x 2mm ID glass Oven: 200°C Carrier: nitrogen. C4 5. Palmitoleic acid (C16:1) 4. 20g/bottle) Column: 6' x 1/8" stainless steel Oven: 125°C to 175°C at 15°C/min Carrier: nitrogen. iC4 2 4. Palmitic acid (C16:0) 3. 210°C Inj.: 11965 (packing.: 0. C5 7. Min 713-0963 Figure 6.: FID.Figure 5. Arachidic acid (C20:0) 1 8. Free Fatty Acids (C2-C10) Packing: GP 10% SP-1200/1% H3PO4 on 80/100 Chromosorb W AW Cat.: FID. Linoleic acid (C18:2) 7. iC5 6 7 6. C2 5 2. Min 795-0079 8 . 200°C Inj. C8 1 8 9. Myristic acid (C14:0) 2. 20mL/min Det.: 1µL Qualmix™ FA 2 5 1. Oleic acid (C18:1) 6.5µL carbon disulfide containing 0. request Bulletin 856. Linolenic acid (C18:3) 3 6 4 7 8 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 For more information. No. 20mL/min Det. C3 3 3. C6 8. Free Fatty Acids (C14:0 to C18:3) Packing: 5% DEGS-PS on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. 1 3 5 6 10 17 18 request Bulletin 856. C10 9 For more information. No. Stearic acid (C18:0) 5.1% each analyte.

5µL carbon disulfide containing 0. 150°C 7 6 1. (ppm) IS U Unknown 1. C8:0 4. 2-Methylbutyric acid 220 6. C18:3 1 4 5 2 3 8 11 12 0 2 4 6 8 10 Min For more information. Propionic acid 78 3. Whole Milk Free Acids Acids Packing: 10% SP-216-PS on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. request Bulletin 856. 713-0962 Figure 8. 795-0080 9 . Valeric acid 465 U U 0 4 8 12 16 20 Min For more information. Lactic Acid in Corn Silage (C2-C5) Packing: 80/120 Carbopack B-DA/4% Carbowax 20M Cat. C18:2 12.: 1µL aqueous mixture. Butyric acid 1125 IS Trimethylacetic acid (int. C16:0 8. C18:0 10. Acetic acid 370 2.: FID. Lactic acid 710 U 8. C18:1 9 11. No.) 50 5. C10:0 5. C6:0 3. 20mL/min Inj. 24mL/min Det. No.: 11879 (packing) Column: 3' x 2mm ID glass Det: FID.Figure 7. std. C4:0 10 2. 200°C Oven: 130°C to 200°C at 15°C/min Carrier: nitrogen. C12:0 6. request Bulletin 856. Isovaleric acid 284 7. 200°C U Conc.: 0.1% each analyte.: 11889 (packing) Column: 2m x 2mm ID TightSpec™ glass (stock column available) Oven: 175°C 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 Carrier: nitrogen. C14:0 7. 200°C 7 Inj. Isobutyric acid 282 4. C16:1 9.

: 11889 (packing) Column: 2m x 2mm ID TightSpec glass 1 2 4 (stock column available) Oven: 175°C Carrier: nitrogen. 200°C 6.) Det.: 11889 (packing. Min 795-0082 Figure 10. Isobutyric acid internal standard. std.) 8. request Bulletin 856.15g/bottle) Column: 2m x 2mm ID 1 4 TightSpec glass (stock column available) Oven: 175°C Carrier: nitrogen. Isovaleric acid 10. Propionic acid 1060 3. Valeric acid 70 5 Lactic acid (9ppm) 0 4 8 12 16 20 For more information.: 1µL aqueous mixture. (ppm) 7 U Unknown 1. Trimethylacetic acid (int. Isovaleric acid 41 6 7. Butyric acid 7. Acrylic/Propionic Separation in C2-C5 Acids Packing: 80/120 Carbopack B-DA/4% Carbowax 20M Cat. request Bulletin 856. 24mL/min 1. 200°C U3 IS Conc. std. No.) 50 5.: 1µL water. Acetic acid Inj. Isobutyric acid 43 4. No. 200°C Inj. Butyric acid 313 U IS Trimethylacetic acid (int. 200°C 2. Acetic acid 1300 U 2. 100ppm each 5. std. 10ppm each 3.Figure 9. Lactic Acid in Rumen Fluid Packing: 80/120 Carbopack B-DA/4% Carbowax 20M Cat. Valeric acid 7 2 3 5 6 8 9 10 0 5 10 15 20 Min For more information. 713-0964 10 . 24mL/min Det. Methyl ethyl ketone (int. 2-Methylbutyric acid 60 6. Acrylic acid (5000ppm) acid. Propionic acid 4.: FID. 2-Methyl butyric acid 9.: FID.

Nonvolatile Methylated Acids Acids Packing: 10% SP-1000/1% H3PO4 on 100/120 Chromosorb W AW Cat. Fumaric acid 8.: 11841 (packing) Column: 6' x 4mm ID glass Oven: 155°C 1. Succinic acid 1 2 8 6 5 34 7 0 2 4 6 8 Min For more information. No. N-TFA-O-Methyl Esters of D. Methyl malonic acid 6.) 2.: 1µL (1µg/µL conc. D-Valine Inj. Oxalic acid 5. Oxalacetic acid 4. L-Valine 2 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 Min 795-0158 11 .: 11835-U (packing) Column: 6' x 2mm ID glass Oven: 120°C Carrier: nitrogen. Malonic acid 7. No. Lactic acid 3. 20mL/min 1. Pyruvic acid Carrier: helium.Figure 11. request Bulletin 856. 86mL/min 2.& L-Valine Amino Acids Packing: 5% SP-300 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. 795-0081 Figure 12.

20:0 12. -15:0 20. 20mL/min 11 Inj. 18:0 9. 2-OH 10:0 14. Bacterial Acid Standard Packing: 3% SP-2100 DOH on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. 14:0 19.75µL. Dimethyl azelate (C9) 4 8.: 11852 (packing) Column: 6' x 1/8" ID stainless steel Oven: 170°C to 220°C at 4°C/min Carrier: nitrogen. Methyl Esters of Dibasic Acids Packing: 10% SP-2340 on 100/120 Chromosorb W AW Cat. Dimethyl suberate (C8) 7.: 12101 (packing) 1. 19:0 8 10.Figure 13. 795-0159 12 . request Bulletin 856 and Application Note 50.: 1µL 7. Dimethyl sebacate (C10) 1 9. 12:0 15. -17:0 Oven: 150°C to 225°C at 4°C/min 3. Dimethyl malonate (C3) 6 2. 16:1 1 3 4 6 7 12 15 23 9 16 19 2 5 14 10 21 22 11 17 18 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 Min For more information. Dimethyl pimelate (C7) 6. Dimethyl succinate (C4) 3. 11:0 13. Dimethyl terephthalate 10. 19:0 20 11. 3-OH 14:0 23. 18:1 13 8. 20mL/min 4. 13:0 16. Dimethyl phthalate 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 Min 713-0976 Figure 14. Dimethyl isophthalate 11. 10mg/cc each acid 9 10 1.: 0. 2-OH 14:0 22. 15:0 21. No. No. 17:0 5. 2-OH 12:0 17. Dimethyl adipate (C6) 3 5. 2-OH 16:0 Det. 3-OH 12:0 18.: FID 6. 16:0 Column: 10' x 2mm ID glass 2. 3-OH 16:0 Inj. 17:0 Carrier: nitrogen. Dimethyl glutarate (C5) 2 7 8 5 4.

Isopropanol 28. Furfural 15. For more information.6% PEG 20M Cat. Isopentanal 32.57µg/µL) 4.7 8. Propionic acid 18 16. Propyl acetate 36. Isobutanol 26.: FID 2 4 1. Acetic acid 12. 2. request Bulletin 856.Figure 15.25 17. Ethyl isobutyrate 40-60ppm each analyte 3. Ethyl butyrate 6. Methyl Esters/Alcohols Packing: 3% SP-2250 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. Butyl acetate 9. 15g/bottle) Column: 2m x 2mm ID glass Oven: 80°C to 200°C at 4°C/min Carrier: nitrogen Det. Ethanol 25.25µg/µL) 3. Acetaldehyde 20. 40mL/min 3 Det. Hexanol 4 24. Antonio DiCorcia and colleagues. Isobutyl acetate 7. Isobutanol 37. 2-Methylpentan-1-ol 10. Methyl cholate (2.: 11878 (packing. Propanol 22. No. Methyl acetate 24. Methanol 21. No. Pentanol 12 13. 2-Pentanol 6. Acetone 23. request Bulletin 790. Butyric acid 19. Methyl deoxycholate (1.16 21 33 22 28 26 29 31 13 30 35 36 3 17 37 10 14 23 34 27 32 19 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 Min Use this packing in glass columns only.: FID 1. Butanal 27.94µg/µL) 2. Isoamyl acetate 14. University of Rome (used with permission of Elsevier Scientific Publishing Co. Diacetal 30. Methyl lithocholate (0. n-Propanol 31. Figure provided by Dr.50µg/µL) 0 4 8 12 16 20 Min For more information. Methyl chenodeoxycholate (1. Butanol Inj. Isobutyric acid 9 18. Ethyl acetate 29. Acetal 5 1 20 2 8 11 15. Alcoholic Beverage/Fermentation Products Packing: 80/120 Carbopack B AW/6. 3-Pentanol 5. 1-Methylpentan-1-ol 11. Ethyl propionate 35. 713-0711 13 . 3-Methylbutan-2-ol 4. Amsterdam).: 11814 (packing.. sec-Butanol 33.: 1µL water:ethanol (50:50). Pentanal 34. Bile Acid Methyl Esters Acids. 20g/bottle) Column: 3' x 2mm ID glass Oven: 275°C 1 Carrier: helium. 713-0977 Figure 16.

. 80/120 mesh 3 Cat.: 0.E. Tequila Headspace 1 Packing: HayeSep D. 795-0160 Figure 18. x1) 3. Acetaldehyde Inj.: 10293 (packing) Column: 3' x 1/8" ID stainless steel Oven: 100°C Carrier: helium. Chromatogram provided courtesy of Hayes Separations. x8) 5 4 0 1 2 3 4 5 Min For more information. Air (Att. Ethanol 4. Methanol (Att. Active amyl alcohol 5 10. 20mL/min Det. 100µL.Figure 17. Acetal 8. x1) 6 6.5µL cherry brandy 2. 140°C Inj. x1) 5. 30cc/min Det. Carbon dioxide (Att. 900 T. x1) 2 4. No. 225 ma.: FID 1.: 11812-U (packing) 3 Column: 2m x 2mm ID glass (stock column available) Oven: 70°C to 170°C at 5°C/min Carrier: helium. Acetic acid 9. n-Propanol U Unknown 6. Ethanol (Att. No. 140°C 1.: Valco valve. 795-0083 14 . Isobutanol 7. Acetaldehyde (Att. Ethyl acetate 5. Isoamyl alcohol U Unknown 2 10 1 4 6 U U 9 7 8 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 Min For more information.C. request Bulletin 790. request Bulletin 790. Water (Att. Inc.: P. Methanol 3. x1) 2. Cherry Brandy Packing: 80/100 Carbopack B AW/5% Carbowax 20M Cat.

: 11814 (packing) Column: 2m x 2mm ID glass Oven: 80°C to 150°C at 4°C/min 3 Carrier: nitrogen. Isobutanol 7. Scotch Whiskey Packing: 80/120 Carbopack B/6.: 0.5µL bourbon whiskey 9 1.: 0. request Bulletin 790. Isoamyl alcohol 9.: 11812-U (packing) Column: 2m x 2mm ID glass (stock column available) 3 Oven: 70°C to 170°C at 5°C/min Carrier: helium.6% Carbowax 20M Cat. Acetic acid 8 5 6 4 7 1 2 9 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 Min For more information. 20mL/min Det. Isoamyl alcohol 1 5 7 2 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 Min For more information.: FID Inj. No. request Bulletin 790. Ethanol 4. Acetaldehyde 2. 795-0085 15 . n-Propanol 4 6. Ethanol 4. Active amyl alcohol 8. Active amyl alcohol 9. Acetaldehyde 2. 20mL/min Det. n-Propanol 6.5µL Scotch whiskey 1.Figure 19. Acetic acid 8 6 8. Bourbon Alcohols Packing: 80/120 Carbopack B AW/5% Carbowax 20M Cat. 795-0084 Figure 20. Methanol 3. Ethyl acetate 5.: FID Inj. Isobutanol 7. No. Methanol 3. Ethyl acetate 5.

methyl ester 11 14 8. sec-Butanol 10. No.: 11820 (packing) 2 Column: 6' x 2mm ID glass (stock column available) Oven: 80°C 6 3 Carrier: nitrogen. Ethanol 10 3.05-0. n-Propanol 6. Ethanol 5.: FID Inj. n-Butanol 13. Denaturants in Alcohol Packing: GP 80/100 Carbopack C/0. 795-0161 Figure 22. Ethyl Cellosolve 15 14. 15g/bottle) Column: 6' x 2mm ID glass 2 (stock column available) Oven: 85°C Carrier: helium. 1. tert-Butanol 7. Acetaldehyde 0.: FID 4 Inj.10% each analyte 3 2. request Application Note 72. Isopropanol 8 5. 20mL/min Det. Blood Alcohols Packing: 60/80 Carbopack B/5% Carbowax 20M Cat. Methyl isobutyl ketone 0 2 4 6 8 10 22 24 Min For more information.: 11766 ((packing.1% SP-1000 Cat. Acetone 4.: 70% ethanol & 2% of 5 each denaturant 7 1 1.Figure 21. Methanol 2. 713-0622 16 . n-Propanol 5 6 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Min For more information.: 1µL water. Chloroform. Isobutanol 11. Acetone 4 4. Methanol 3. Benzene 15. No. 20mL/min Det. Isopropanol 1 6. request Bulletin 790. Methyl Cellosolve® 9 12 9. Ethyl acetate 13 12.

n-Propanol 6. 2-Methyl-2-butanol (tert-amyl) 10.Figure 23.: FID 6 Inj.: 11812-U (packing. No. 3-Methyl-1-butanol 16. Ethanol 13 3. Isomeric Alcohols (C1-C5) Packing: 80/100 Carbopack C/0. 20mL/min 4 Det. Alcohols (C1-C5) and Acetaldehyde Alcohols Packing: 80/120 Carbopack B AW/5% Carbowax 20M Cat. Isobutanol 7. 1-Pentanol 0 2 4 6 8 10 Min For more information. 15g/bottle) Column: 2m x 2mm ID glass 3 (stock column available) Oven: 70°C to 170°C at 5°C/min Carrier: nitrogen.: 0. Active amyl alcohol 9.: 0. 2-Methyl-1-butanol (active) 15. 2-Propanol 4. 2-Pentanol 1 14. 2-Butanol (sec-butyl) 12 2 14 7.: FID 7 Inj. 1-Butanol 15 10 9. 2-Methyl-2-propanol (tert-butyl) 5 6.2-Dimethyl-1-propanol 16 11.1µL 3 9 1. Min For more information. Ethanol 4. Methanol 2. 713-0710 Figure 24.2% Oronite® NIW 8 Column: 2m x 2mm ID glass Oven: 125°C Carrier: nitrogen. 2-Methyl-1-propanol (isobutyl) 6 8. request Bulletin 790. request Bulletin 790. Acetic acid 8. 3-Pentanol 13. 20mL/min Det. Acetaldehyde 9 2.5µL Scotch whiskey 5 1. Methanol 3. Isoamyl alcohol 4 8 1 7 2 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 Use this packing in glass columns only. Ethyl acetate 5. 795-0162 17 . 3-Methyl-2-butanol 12. 2. 1-Propanol 11 5.

15mL/min Det. 795-0163 18 . Ethanol 3. 1-Octadecanol (C18) 2 3 4 5 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Min For more information.: 0. request Bulletin 790. 1-Hexadecanol (C16) 5. request Bulletin 790. Methanol 5 2. 2-Butanol (sec-butyl) 11 6 7. 2-Methyl-2-propanol (tert-butyl) 6.2-Dimethyl-1-propanol 15 11. 713-1069 Figure 26. 2-Methyl-1-propanol (isobutyl) 12 8.: FID Inj.1% each in chloroform 1 1. 20mL/min Det. 1-Butanol 14 1 9. 3-Pentanol 13. No.: 12140 (packing) Column: 6' x 1/8" ID stainless steel (stock column available) Oven: 225°C Carrier: nitrogen. Alcohols (C10-C18) Packing: 10% SP-2100 on 80/100 SUPELCOPORT Cat.: FID 7 Inj. 1-Dodecanol (C12) 3. 2-Propanol 2 4. 3-Methyl-2-butanol 10 16 12. 2. 2-Pentanol 14. 1-Pentanol 0 1 2 3 4 5 Min For more information. 0. 1-Tetradecanol (C14) 4. 1-Propanol 13 5.5µL. 1-Decanol (C10) 2. 3-Methyl-1-butanol 16.: 0. Isomeric Alcohols (C1-C5) 4 8 Packing: 80/100 Carbopack F-SL 3 Column: 2m x 2mm ID glass Oven: 120°C Carrier: nitrogen.Figure 25. 2-Methyl-2-butanol (tert-amyl) 10.1µL 9 1. 2-Methyl-1-butanol (active) 15.

C16:1 5. C14:0 2. C14:1 3. tert-Butylamine 8.: FID Inj. Dimethylamine Det.: 12091 (packing) Column: 6' x 1/8" ID stainless steel Oven: 200°C Carrier: nitrogen. Aliphatic Amines in Water (100ppm) Packing: Carbopack B/4% Carbowax 20M/0.: 0. n-Butylamine 6 8 10 9 11 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Min For more information. Diethylamine 9. 20mL/min Det.: 11887 (packing) Column: 6' x 2mm ID glass (stock column available) Oven: 90°C to 150°C at 4°C/min Carrier: nitrogen. n-Propylamine 7. & C18:2) Alcohols/Amines Packing: 10% SP-2300 on 80/100 SUPELCOPORT Cat. 1% total sample in chloroform 3 6 1. No. Alcohols (C14:0-C18:0. Isobutylamine 3 5 7 11. Isopropylamine 6. C18:1 7. C16:0 4.5µL 4 4.Figure 27.: FID 3. request Bulletin 737.8% KOH Cat. 795-0165 19 . Trimethylamine 5. 20mL/min 1. Ethylamine Inj. C18:0 6. Methylamine 2. C18:1. C18:2 1 5 4 7 2 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 Min 795-0164 Figure 28.: 1µL. No. sec-Butylamine 2 10.

795-0166 20 . Dimethylamine 5 5.: 0. Trimethylamine 6. Piperidine 3. Ethylenediamine 2. No.: FID 2 Inj.: 10286 (packing. Inc.2µL. request Bulletin 737.75cc/bottle) Column: 5' x 1/8" ID stainless steel Oven: 140°C to 190°C at 16°C/min 3 Carrier: helium. Water 4 3. Amines 2 Packing: 80/100 HayeSep B Cat. Air 2. Morpholine 5. Piperazine 6. 0 1 2 3 4 5 Min Chromatogram provided courtesy of Hayes Separations. Cyclohexylamine 1 4 6 5 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 Min For more information. 150°C 1.: thermal conductivity (175ma.: 11887 (packing) Column: 6' x 2mm ID glass (stock column available) Oven: 140°C Carrier: nitrogen. 20mL/min Det. Heterocyclic Amines in Water (1000ppm) Packing: Carbopack B/4% Carbowax 20M/0.4µL 3 1.Figure 29. Methylamine 4. 713-0717 Figure 30. 30cc/min Det. Pyridine 4. request Bulletin 737. Ethylene diamine 6 1 For more information.8% KOH Cat. No. 180°C) Inj.: 0. on-column injection.

LYS 18. GLU3 15. GLY3 6 7. ASP 17 12. CYS 13 14 21 20 0 8 16 24 32 40 48 56 Min 795-0167 21 . 15g/bottle) Column: 2m x 2mm ID glass IS 2 1 (stock column available) Oven: 100°C (2 min) to 220°C at 16°C/min Carrier: helium. Min 713-0715 Figure 32. No.: 11887 (packing. ALA Oven: 100°C (5 min) to 230°C at 3°C/min 2. SER 9 9. n-Octylamine 5 0 2 4 6 8 10 For more information. 30mL/min 3.Figure 31. No. LEU 6. PHE 12 16. PRO 4 8 8. n-Heptylamine 5. GLY2 Carrier: nitrogen. VAL 1 5.) 2. Amines Amines/Amino Acids Packing: 60/80 Carbopack B/4% Carbowax 20M/0.: 11961 (packing) Column: 6' x 2mm ID glass 1. request Bulletin 737.: thermionic (nitrogen-specific) 3 11ng Each Amine 1. TRP 21.8% KOH Cat. TYR 19 19. MET 3 7 11 15 18 13. Butylamine 4 IS Triethylamine (int. HYPRO 11. GLU2 14. IMP 4. 30mL/min Det. TMS Amino Acids Packing: 10% OV-11 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. HIS 2 16 20. THR 5 10 10. n-Hexylamine 4. std. n-Amylamine 3. ARG 17.

795-0170 22 . 1260) Carrier: nitrogen. 1221. 1232. 60mL/min Det. 1242.: ECD Inj. No.: 11947 (packing) Column: 2m x 1/4" OD x 4mm ID TightSpec glass Aroclor® 1016 (stock column available) Oven: 160°C (Aroclor 1016.5% SP-2250/1. Aroclors Packing: 1.95% SP-2401 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. Figure 33.: 5ng each Aroclor in 5µL isooctane Aroclor 1221 Aroclor 1232 Aroclor 1242 Aroclor 1248 Aroclor 1254 Aroclor 1260 0 8 16 24 32 40 48 56 Min For more information. request Bulletin 817 and Application Note 67. 1248) 200°C (Aroclor 1254.

: 3ng each Aroclor in 3µL isooctane Aroclor 1221 Aroclor 1232 Aroclor 1242 Aroclor 1248 Aroclor 1254 Aroclor 1260 0 8 16 24 32 For more information.: 11738 (packing) Column: 2m x 1/4" OD x 2mm ID TightSpec glass (stock column available) Oven: 170°C (Aroclor 1016. 1260) 140°C (Aroclor 1221. 795-0171 23 . 1248. 1232) Carrier: nitrogen.: ECD Inj. No. request Bulletin 817 Min and Application Note 67. 1242. 40mL/min Det. Aroclors Aroclors Packing: 3% SP-2100 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Aroclor 1016 Cat.Figure 34. 1254.

Figure 35. request Bulletin 786. equal volumes each analyte 1. No. n-Hexane 2 2. n-Octane 4. p-Xylene 11. Water (65%) 1 0 1 2 3 For more information. approx. Min 795-0168 Figure 36. n-Decane 6. No.10 6 7 8 11 12 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 Min For more information.: FID Inj. 30cc/min Det.: T. n-Heptane 3.: 0.C. 200°C Inj. Ammonia 2 3 Packing: HayeSep P. n-Nonane 5. m-Xylene 1 3 10.2µL. 20g/bottle) Column: 8' x 1/8" ID stainless steel Oven: 80°C Carrier: nitrogen.: 12106-U (packing. Ammonia (35%) 3.(175ma).: 10297 (packing) Column: 8' x 1/8" ID stainless steel Oven: 80°C Carrier: helium. Air 2.1µL of NH4OH. Toluene 8. request Bulletin 743. 713-0724 24 . 60/80 mesh Cat.: 0. Isopropylbenzene 4 12. Ethylbenzene 9. 20mL/min Det. on-column. Aromatics and Aliphatics Packing: 10% TCEP on 100/120 Chromosorb P AW Cat. Benzene 7. 150°C 1. o-Xylene 5 9.

Aromatics in Gasoline Packing: 35% BC-150 on 100/120 Chromosorb P AW Cat.: 11820 (packing) Column: 6' x 1/8" ID stainless steel Cat. Toluene U 2 3. Ethylbenzene 4.1% SP-1000 Cat. request Bulletin 743. C1-C12 aliphatic hydrocarbons 2. other stock columns available) Oven: 225°C Carrier: nitrogen. Toluene 2 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 Min For more information. 795-0169 Figure 38.: 12495-U (general configuration stock column. Benzene U Unknown 2.: 11840-U (packing) Column: 10' x 1/8" ID stainless steel Oven: 150°C (5 min) to 200°C at 16°C/min Carrier: nitrogen.: FID Inj. Benzene 3. No. request Bulletin 743. Ammonia/Aromatics Figure 37. No. Xylenes U Unknown 5 4 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Min For more information. No. Isopropylbenzene 5. 20mL/min at 42psi 1 3 U 1.: 0. Aromatic Impurities in Ethylbenzene Packing: 80/100 Carbopack C/0. 20mL/min Det.5µL gasoline 1 3 1. 711-0097 25 .

Benzene Carrier: nitrogen. No. m-Xylene 6. Min 711-0094 26 .: 12134 (packing) Column: 6' x 1/8" ID stainless steel Cat. n-Propylbenzene 5 4 7 1 8 3 2 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Min For more information. other stock columns available) Oven: 75°C 5 Carrier: nitrogen.75% Bentone® 34 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. o-Xylene 8. n-Hexane 3. request Bulletin 743. Styrene 9.& p-Xylene 7. No. request Bulletin 743. 711-0096 Figure 40. Isopropylbenzene 8. n-Propylbenzene 2 3 1 4 6 7 8 9 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 For more information. Toluene 3. m. p-Xylene 5. 20mL/min 1.Figure 39.1µL 2.: 0. Isopropylbenzene 6.: 12495-U (general configuration stock column.0% SP-1200/1. o-Xylene 7. 20mL/min at 42psi 2. Ethylbenzene 5.: 12721 (general configuration stock column.1% SP-1000 Cat. No. No. Aromatics Packing: 80/100 Carbopack C/0. Benzene Inj. Ethylbenzene 4.: 11820 (packing) Column: 6' x 1/8" ID stainless steel Cat. other stock columns available) 6 Oven: 200°C 1. Toluene 4. Aromatics Packing: 5.

sec-Butylbenzene 2 3.1% each analyte) 1 3 4 0 2 4 6 8 10 Min For more information. Isobutylbenzene 4. other stock columns available) 1.: packing available in packed columns only Column: 2m x 2mm ID glass Oven: 225°C Carrier: nitrogen. 713-0720 27 . n-Butylbenzene Det. 15g/bottle) Column: 6' x 1/8" ID stainless steel Cat.: 0. 713-0721 Figure 42.: FID Inj. Isobutylbenzene 4.: FID Inj. Butylbenzenes Packing: 60/80 Carbopack F-TA Cat. No. Aromatics Figure 41.1% SP-1000 Cat. tert-Butylbenzene 2.: 11820 (packing. request Bulletin 743. Butylbenzenes Packing: 80/100 Carbopack C/0. 20mL/min 3.: 12495-U (general configuration stock column.05µL methyl ethyl ketone (5% each analyte) 1 1. request Bulletin 743. tert-Butylbenzene Oven: 225°C 2 2. 20mL/min Det. sec-Butylbenzene Carrier: nitrogen. n-Butylbenzene 3 4 0 2 4 6 Min For more information. No. No.: 1µL chloroform (~0.

6µL.: 13867 (general configuration stock column only) Oven: 50°C 2 Carrier: nitrogen.and Tetramethylbenzenes Packing: 10% SP-2250 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat.: FID.4-Trimethylbenzene 3.2.5-Trimethylbenzene 2.5-Tetramethylbenzene 5.19% picric acid Cat. Tri.1% each component in CHCl 3 1.2.5-Tetramethylbenzene 6.4.3. 40mL/min Det.4-Tetramethylbenzene 1 2 3 4 5 6 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 Min For more information. 1.3. 711-0100 Figure 44. 1. request Bulletin 743. 1.3-Trimethylbenzene 4. No. No. 1. 1. 795-0172 28 .2. Carbon disulfide 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Min For more information. solution 0.: 0.2. Varian 3700 Inj.2. 1ppm vinyl chloride in carbon disulfide 1.Figure 43.: 12132 (packing) Column: 10' x 1/8" ID stainless steel Oven: 110°C Carrier: nitrogen. 1. Vinyl Chloride Packing: 80/100 Carbopack C/0. 20mL/min Inj.: 1µL.3.: 11824 (packing) Column: 6' x 1/8" ID stainless steel Cat. request Bulletin 846. Vinyl chloride (1ppm) 2. No.

No.2% Carbowax 1500 Cat. Methylene chloride 3. Chlorinated Hydrocarbons Figure 45.: 11826 (packing) Column: 6' x 1/8" ID stainless steel Cat. Methylene Chloride and Vinyl Chloride by OSHA Method 51 1 2 Standard representing Sample: Carboxen™-564 spiked with vinyl 0.2% Carbowax 1500 Cat.: 20362 2. Solvent impurity Packing: 80/100 Carbopack C/ 4.: FID Inj. 20mL/min Det.0695 29 .: FID Inj.: 1mL nitrogen containing 1ppm VC 40 30 20 10 0 0 1 2 3 For more information. Methanol Cat. and 866.: 11827 (packing. Min 713-0694. 795-0173 Figure 46. other stock columns available) Oven: room temperature Carrier: nitrogen. request Bulletins 846 and 861.: 1µL Blank 0 2 4 6 8 For more information. 20mL/min Det. 15g/bottle) 4 Column: 6' x 2mm ID glass Oven: 90°C 3 Carrier: nitrogen. No. No. Vinyl acetate 0. request Min Bulletins 846. Vinyl Chloride Packing: 60/80 Carbopack C/0. No.: 13860-U (general configuration stock column.75mg/m3 vinyl acetate acetate (18ng) and desorbed with in 24L air sample methanol:methylene chloride (5:95) Sampling Tube: ORBO™-92 1.

: 12543 (general configuration stock 8. 1. Tetrachloroethylene Det. 1.2-Dichloroethane 10 7.1.5 6.: 220°C Carrier (desorption tube to column): helium. request Bulletins 846 and 861. Tetrachloroethylene 10. Dichloromethane Carrier: helium. No.: 12495-U (general configuration stock column. 1. Volatile Compounds by US EPA Methods TO-2 and TO-3 Sample: 1-5ng each component Desorption Tube: Carbotrap 300. 1.Figure 47. 4 min Transfer Line Temp. Carbon tetrachloride column.2-Dichloropropane 2 7 4.: 11820 (packing.: FID 12.1-Trichloroethane 9. 20mL/min 3 Det. Benzene Oven: 35°C (2 min) to 220°C at 16°C/min 11. Chlorinated Volatile Hydrocarbons by US EPA Method TO-1 Sample: 2ng each component 9 Desorption Tube: Carbotrap™ 300. Chlorobenzene 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 Min For more information. 4mm ID Cat. Methanol (carrier solvent) 2. Acrylonitrile 4. No. 1. Impurity 11. Toluene 13. Bromoform 9. 4mm ID 1. other stock columns available) 10. 15g/bottle) 4. No. Chlorobenzene 10 7 1 3 8 13 2 6 9 12 11 0 4 8 12 16 20 Min For more information. request Bulletins 846 and 861. Vinyl chloride Cat.1-Dichloroethylene Packing: 60/80 Carbopack B/1% SP-1000 5. 15g/bottle) Column: 6' x 1/8" stainless steel Cat.: 20379 2.: 20379 Thermal Desorption: 330°C.2-Dichloroethane Cat.1% SP-1000 Cat.1. No. 713-0709 30 . No. 20mL/min Packing: 80/100 Carbopack C/0.: FID 1 4 1.: 11815 (packing. Trichloroethylene 8. 6 other stock columns available) Oven: 35°C (2 min) to 220°C at 16°C/min Carrier: helium. 20mL/min 3. 1. Chloroform 3. No. 713-0702 Figure 48. 3-Chloropropene Cat. Chloroform Column: 8' x 1/8" stainless steel 7. Carbon tetrachloride 8 11 6.1-Trichloroethane 5 5.

6-Dimethylnaphthalene Det.Figure 49.2.: 0.1-Trichloroethane 6. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 request Bulletin 824.1.3-Dimethylnaphthalene Inj. 713-0749 31 . Trichloroethylene 8.: 11821 (packing) Column: 10' x 1/8" ID stainless steel Cat. Methyl fluorenes 7 11. 2. 1. No. Acenaphthalene 2 8. Min 795-0174 Figure 50.1.: 12718-U (general configuration stock column.2-Dichloroethane 5. No. Carbazole 13.2-Trichloroethane 5 9.1. Fluoranthene 14.: 12717 (general configuration stock column. 1. Chloroform 4 4. Methylene chloride Det. 1. Carbon tetrachloride 7. Pyrene 1 15. Creosote Packing: 10% SP-2100 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. No.: 11989 (packing) Column: 10' x 1/8" ID stainless steel Cat. Perchloroethylene 10. 1.2-Tetrachloroethane 7 11. 1.1µL 11 7.1-Dichloroethane 1 2 3.1.2-Tetrachloroethane 6 8 10 3 9 11 For more information. 20mL/min 4. Fluorene 10. 20mL/min 1. Dibenzofuran 9. 1-Methylnaphthalene Carrier: nitrogen. other stock columns available) Oven: 100°C Carrier: nitrogen.: FID 2. 2-Methylnaphthalene Oven: 100°C to 300°C at 6°C/min 3.1. 1. Biphenyl 5. 1. Naphthalene other stock columns available) 2. Chlorinated Solvents Creosote Packing: 20% SP-2100/0.1% Carbowax 1500 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. Chrysene 3 8 9 13 14 4 6 5 12 15 10 0 4 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36 40 Min For more information. No. request Bulletin 743 and Application Note 108. 2. Phenanthrene & Anthracene 12.: FID 6.

Anthracene 13. 2.6-Dimethylnaphthalene 6. No.: custom Column: 10' x 1/8" ID stainless steel Oven: 85°C to 225°C at 6°C/min Carrier: nitrogen.: FID 2 3. 2-Methylnaphthalene 7 11 Det. 2-Methylnaphthalene 3. Phenanthrene 12. 2.5% SP-2100/1% BMBT on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. 2. 1-Methylnaphthalene Inj. Biphenyl 2 5. Naphthalene Det. Fluoranthene 14. 20mL/min 1.: 0. Methyl fluorenes 11.: 12132 (packing) Column: 10' x 1/8" ID stainless steel Oven: 100°C to 300°C at 6°C/min 1.3-Dimethylnaphthalene 7. request Bulletin 743 and Application Note 108.3-Dimethylnaphthalene 7. Creosote Packing: 10% SP-2250 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. Methyl fluorenes 3 11. 20mL/min 2. Fluoranthene 7 15. 1-Methylnaphthalene Inj. Biphenyl 5. Creosote with Liquid Crystal Phase Packing: 1. Acenaphthalene 8. Dibenzofuran 9. Carbazole 13.: 0.: FID 2. No. Dibenzofuran 9. Naphthalene Carrier: nitrogen. Carbazole 3 14.6-Dimethylnaphthalene 6. request Bulletin 743. Acenaphthalene 9 8. Pyrene 8 11 9 4 5 1 12 6 10 13 14 15 0 4 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 Min For more information.1µL 4. Pyrene 4 13 5 14 12 6 10 0 4 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36 40 44 48 52 56 60 Min For more information. 711-0099 Figure 52. 795-0175 32 .1µL creosote 4. Fluorene 1 8 10. 2.Figure 51. Phenanthrene & Anthracene 12. Fluorene 10.

No.: 11875 (packing) Column: 6' x 2mm ID glass Oven: 235°C Carrier: nitrogen. 795-0177 33 . request Bulletin 737. Nicotine Packing: 10% Carbowax 20M/2% KOH on 80/100 Chromosorb W AW Cat.Figure 53. 1 -THC 6. Cannabichromene 3. Cannabinol 2 3 4 6 0 2 4 6 8 10 Min 795-0176 Figure 54.: 1µL Nicotine 0 1 2 3 4 Min For more information. No. Cannabigerol 6 4. 275°C 1. -THC 1 5. Cannibinoids as TMS Derivatives Creosote/Drugs Packing: 3% SP-2250 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat.: 11805 (packing) Column: 6' x 2mm ID Oven: 200°C Carrier: 20mL/min Inj. Cannabidiol 5 2. 20mL/min Det.: FID.

N-Desmethyl phensuximide 8. std.0µg 2.: 2µL 6. std.). p-Methyl phenytoin (int. 0. 5-p-Methylphenyl-5-phenythydantoin 6 11 (int. 0. Carbamazepine 3 12. p-Methyl phenobarbital (int. Underivatized Packing: 2% SP-2110/1% SP-2510-DA on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. Underivatized Packing: 2% SP-2510-DA on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat.5µg 11 3 8 10 7 9 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Min 713-0625 Figure 56. 50mL/min Det.). std. 0.5µg 7. Phenobarbital.5µg 6 6. std. Phenytoin. hold 4 min Carrier: helium. 1. p-Methyl PEMA (int.: 11768 (packing. Phenylethylmalonamide (PEMA).2µg 5 4.2µg 4 10.: FID 5. 50mL/min 4. No. Ethosuximide. Anticonvulsant Drugs. std.0µg 2 3. 0.) 4 5 7 1 14 10 8 9 12 13 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Min 713-0626 34 . 0.).Figure 55. std. Carbamazepine.: FID Inj. -Methyl.) 10.2µg 1 5. 0.3µg 11.2µg 9. 0. 0.: 11776 (packing. Promidone. Mephenytoin 7. 0. Phensuximide Carrier: nitrogen. -propyl succinimide (int. 1. analyte amounts shown on figure 1. Phenylethylmalonamide 9. N-Desmethyl methsuximide Inj. No. Diphenythydantoin 2 14.) Det. Barbital (int. 20g/bottle) Column: 3' x 2mm ID glass 1. Anticonvulsant Drugs. Phenobarbital 11.: 2µL.). 20g/bottle) Column: 3' x 2mm ID glass Oven: 120°C to 250°C at 16°C/min. std. std. Ethosuximide Oven: 150°C to 265°C at 16°C/min.). Primidone 13. 2. 5-Methyl-5-phenythydantoin (int. p-Methyl primidone (int.2µg 8. Methsuximide hold 4 min 3.

No. Anticonvulsant Drugs Drugs Packing: 10% SP-1000 on 80/100 SUPELCOPORT Cat. 40mL/min 1 Det. 20g/bottle) Column: 6' x 2mm ID glass Oven: 250°C Carrier: helium.: 5µL methanol. 250°C Inj.: FID. Nortriptyline 10ng each drug 3.: 11767 (packing.: 11872 (packing) Column: 3' x 2mm ID glass Oven: 190°C Carrier: helium. -Dimethyl. Psychotropic Drugs. Amitriptyline Inj.Figure 57. Underivatized Packing: 3% SP-2250 on 80/100 SUPELCOPORT Cat. 40mL/min 1 Det.: NPD 1. Antidepressants.: 0.25µg/mL each drug 1. Ethosuximide 2 3 4 0 1 2 3 4 5 Min 713-0675 Figure 58. 2. .-methylsuccinimide 4. Cyclohexane carboxylic acid 3. Clomipramine 2 3 0 2 4 6 Min 713-0676 35 . Valproic acid 2. No.

20mL/min Inj.0µg 3 4 6 5 0 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Min 713-0664 36 .Figure 59.: 11983 (packing. Alkaloids Packing: 3% SP-2250 DB on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. 0. 0. Phenobarbital 4 0 1 2 3 4 Min 795-0178 Figure 60. 0.: 11981 (packing) Column: 6' x 2mm ID glass 1 Oven: 230°C Carrier: nitrogen.: 1µL. Amobarbital 2. Quinine. 0. No. Pentobarbital 3.: 1µL methanol. Barbiturates Packing: 3% SP-2250 DA on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat.4µg 6. 0.: FID Inj.4µg 5.1µg/µL each component 2 3 1. 0. Secobarbital 4.2µg 2. Codeine. No. 20g/bottle) Column: 3' x 2mm ID glass Oven: 230°C Carrier: nitrogen. Methadone.2µg 3. 40mL/min Det. Heroin. Procaine. 2. Cocaine. analyte quantities shown on figure 1 1.4µg 2 4.

US EPA Method 601. Chloroform 11. Methylene chloride 19. 795-0179 Figure 62.: 1µL of 0. 1.2. Min 795-0180 37 . Vinyl chloride & Dichlorofluoromethane IS 1-Chloro-2-bromopropane (int.3-Dichloropropene 4 9 5 IS 19 16. 1.: 1µL of a synthetic mixture of volatile pollutants in dodecane.: 11815 (packing) Column: 8' x 1/8" OD stainless steel Cat. cis-1.1. 85°C Inj.) 8.Figure 61. Benzene 2. std.1. & 2. request Min Bulletins 775 and 865. 1. 200°C 1. 1. Chlorobenzene 5.2.: FID Inj. Ethylbenzene 4.4-Dichlorobutane (int.2-Trichloroethane.1-Dichloroethylene ethane IS Bromochloromethane (int.: 12134 (packing) Column: 6' x 1/8" ID stainless steel Cat. 1. 1.4-Dichlorobenzene 6.) IS 1.75% Bentone 34 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. US EPA Method 602.2-Dichloroethylene 20 10.2-Tetrachloroethylene & 1. Bromomethane Chlorodibromomethane 3.: 12721 (general configuration stock column. Bromodichloromethane 12 15 15. other stock columns available) Oven: 50°C (2 min) to 90°C at 6°C/min and hold Carrier: helium. Chloromethane 17.3-Dichlorobenzene 7. 15 min hold Carrier: nitrogen.1-Trichloroethane 13.2-Dichloroethane 6 17 12. 40mL/min Det. request 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 Bulletins 775 and 865.2mg/mL standard of each purgeable aromatic in methanol 1.2-Dichlorobenzene 3 2 4 1 5 6 7 For more information. Carbon tetrachloride 16 10 13 14. Purgeable Halocarbons EPA Methods (600 Series) Packing: 60/80 Carbopack B/1% SP-1000 Cat. other stock columns available) Oven: 45°C (3 min) to 220°C at 8°C/min. 36mL/min Det.: Hall®. Bromoform 6. trans-1.: 12543 (general configuration stock column. 1. Trichloroethylene 3 IS 21 1 2 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 For more information. std.1-Dichloroethane 21. Purgeable Aromatics Packing: 5% SP-1200/1. Chlorobenzene 9. Trichlorofluoromethane 20. 1. No. std. 1.1. Chloroethane 18. No. No. 200-500ng/µL each component. No. 2-Chloroethyl vinyl ether 5. Toluene 3.) 4.1.2-Tetrachloro- 7. 1.3-Dichloropropene.2-Dichloropropane & 7 8 11 14 18 IS trans-1.

request Bulletins 775 and 865.: 20214 (packing) Column: 6' x 1/8" OD stainless steel Cat.2µg/mL of each component in methanol 1 1.: 11737 (packing) Column: 1.: 12712 (general configuration stock column. 1mg/mL 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Min For more information. request Bulletins 775 and 865. other stock columns available) Oven: 100°C (5 min) to 140°C at 10°C/min and hold Carrier: helium. 4-Methyl-3-chlorophenol 5.4. Phenol 2. 4-Nitrophenol 4 6 9. 2. 795-0182 38 . 2.: EC Inj. Acrolein and Acrylonitrile Packing: 80/100 Chromosorb 101 Cat.Figure 63.1µL with 0.8m x 2mm ID glass Oven: 160°C (2 min) to 240°C at 8°C/min Carrier: nitrogen.: FID Inj. 3mg/mL 2. No.: 2µL synthetic standard in water 1 2 1. US EPA Method 603.: 0. Derivatives of Phenols Packing: 5% SP-2250 on 80/100 SUPELCOPORT Cat. 30mL/min Det. Pentachlorophenol 7 9 8 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 MIn For more information.4-Dichlorophenol 3 6. No. 45mL/min Det. 2.6-Trichlorophenol 2 7. 795-0181 Figure 64. Acrolein. 2-Chlorophenol 4. 2-Nitrophenol 5 8. Acrylonitrile. No. US EPA Method 604.4-Dimethylphenol 3.

95% SP-2401 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. Di-n-butyl phthalate (1.4. 4. 2.4ppm) 6.0ppm) 6 5 2 3 0 2 4 6 8 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 Min MIn For more information. Methanol 2. US EPA Method 606.75µg) 10. 2. 48859) 1 8 1. 60mL/min Det.25µg) 5. Phthalates Packing: 1.0ppm) 5. No.0ppm) 4. Phenols EPA Methods (600 Series) Packing: 1% SP-1240-DA on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat.4-Dimethylphenol (0.Figure 65. bis(2-Ethylhexyl) phthalate (0. US EPA Method 604. o-Chlorophenol (0.6-Trichlorophenol (0. No. 2.: ECD.: 11947 (packing) Column: 2m x 4mm ID glass (stock column available) Oven: 180°C and 220°C Carrier: nitrogen.6-Dinitro-p-cresol (1. request Bulletins 775 and 865.25µg) 11 11. 2.: FID. 250°C Inj. Butyl benzyl phthalate (1.25µg) 3.75µg) 8.25µg) 7.25µg) 12 9 4 5 2 3 6 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 Min For more information. 30mL/min Det. Dimethyl phthalate (1.0ppm) 2. 795-0183 39 .: 1µL of phthalate mixture at concentrations indicated 1 180°C 220°C 1.2ppm) 4 3.25µg) 6. Nitrophenol (1.4-Dinitrophenol (0. Diethyl phthalate (0. request Bulletins 775 and 865. 250°C Inj. 713-1032 Figure 66.5µL EPA Phenols Mix (Cat.25µg) 9.4-Dichlorophenol (0. 4-Chloro-m-cresol (1.25µg) 10 4. No. 20g/bottle) Column: 2m x 2mm ID glass Oven: 70°C (2 min) to 200°C at 8°C/min and hold Carrier: helium. Di-n-octyl phthalate (1. Pentachlorophenol (1.5% SP-2250/1.: 11832 (packing.25µg) 7 12. Phenol (0. 2-Nitrophenol (0.: 0.

2mg/mL standard in methanol at concentrations indicated 1.: 11739 (packing) Column: 2m x 4mm ID glass Oven: 110°C and 220°C Carrier: helium. N-Nitrosodimethylamine (0. N-Nitroso-di-n-propylamine (0. Min Min 795-0185 40 .: FID Inj. request 0 4 8 12 16 20 24 0 4 8 12 16 20 24 Bulletins 775 and 865. request Bulletins 775 and 865. N-Nitrosodiphenylamine (as Diphenylamine) (0.: 2µL of 0.4mg/mL) 1 3 2 For more information. 40mL/min Det. US EPA Method 607.Figure 67. No.: 1µL of 75ng/µL each component in carbon disulfide S Carbon disulfide (solvent) 1.: FID Inj. bis(2-Ethylhexyl)phthalate 2 S 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 Min For more information.2mg/mL) 110°C 220°C 3. 25mL/min Det.2mg/mL) 2. Nitrosamines Packing: 10% Carbowax 20M/2% KOH on 80/100 Chromosorb W AW Cat.: 11782-U (packing) Column: 6' x 1/8" stainless steel Oven: 200°C (10 min) to 250°C at 4°C/min Carrier: nitrogen. No. Phthalates Packing: 5% SP-2100 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. Di-n-butyl phthalate 1 2. 795-0184 Figure 68.

5µL of 0. Heptachlor Carrier: argon:methane 5. -BHC Oven: 200°C 4. N-Nitrosamines EPA Methods (600 Series) Packing: 10% Carbowax 20M/2% KOH on 80/100 Chromosorb W AW Cat. 4. No.95% SP-2401 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. -BHC (stock column available) 1 3. N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine 1 2 0 2 4 6 8 10 Min For more information. No. Endosulfan I Inj.Figure 69.: 11947 (packing) 1. Dieldrin 11. 6mL/min 2 6.5% SP-2250/1. -BHC (95:5).: 0.4'-DDD & Endosulfan II 13. 795-0187 41 . 4. request Bulletin 775.: 1ng each componetnt in 2µL methylene chloride 1. 40mL/min Det. Endrin 6 12.4'-DDT 14. Aldrin Det. -BHC Column: 2m x 4mm ID glass 2.: 11739 (packing) Column: 2m x 4mm ID TightSpec glass Oven: 150°C Carrier: helium.: EC Ni63 7.02mg/mL 9. Pesticides Packing: 1. Endosulfan sulfate 7 3 10 9 11 12 8 13 14 15 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 Min For more information. 795-0186 Figure 70.4'-DDE of each pesticide 4 10. request Bulletin 775.: Hewlett-Packard NPD Inj. US EPA Method 608. N-Nitrosodimethylamine 2. Endrin aldehyde 5 15. 4. Heptachlorepoxide 8.

3-cd)pyrene 13. US EPA Method 610. Nitrobenzene Carrier: nitrogen. request Bulletin 775. Benzo(ghi)perylene 11 12 13 For more information.4-Dinitrotoluene isophorone EC for dinitrotoluenes Inj. 795-0188 Figure 72.2µg each component in 1µL methanol/methylene chloride 1.5µL of 2ng/µL 1 standard on EC 2 3 4 0 2 4 6 8 0 2 4 6 8 10 Min Min For more information. Benzo(a)pyrene 12. Phenanthrene & Anthracene 6. No. Benzo(b)fluoranthene & Benzo(k)fluoranthene 1 8 11. Isophorone Det.h)anthracene & Indeno(1. Chrysene 7 9 10 10.Figure 71. 44mL/min 2.2.6-Dinitrotoluene 4. 0 4 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36 40 44 48 request Bulletin 775. No. Min 795-0189 42 . Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons Packing: 3% SP-2250 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. Acenaphthene 4. 2. Acenaphthylene 3.5% SP-2250/1.: 11744 (packing) Column: 2m x 2mm ID glass Oven: 100°C (4 min) to 280°C at 8°C/min and hold Carrier: nitrogen.: 0. US EPA Method 609. 2. Benzo(a)anthracene 6 9. Fluoranthene 3 4 7. Naphthalene 2.2mg/mL standard on FID 85°C 145°C 0.: 11947 (packing) Column: 2m x 4mm ID glass (stock column available) Oven: 85°C and 145°C 1. Dibenz(a. Fluorene 5 5.95% SP-2401 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. 40mL/min Det.: 2µL of 0.: FID Inj. Pyrene 2 8.: FID for nitrobenzene & 3. Nitroaromatics and Isophorone Packing: 1.

bis(2-Chloroisopropyl)ether 2.3-Dichlorobenzene 2. request Bulletins 775 and 865. 30mL/min Det.: custom (packing) Column: 2m x 2mm ID glass Oven: 75°C and 160°C Carrier: argon:methane (95:5).: 2µL of synthetic mixture (0. 1.: 11746 (packing) Column: 2m x 2mm ID glass Oven: 60°C (2 min) to 230°C at 8°C/min and hold Carrier: helium. 1. Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 8. Hexachloroethane 4. 795-0190 Figure 74.4-Dichlorobenzene 6 3. 4-Bromophenyl phenyl ether 4 2 5 3 1 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 Min For more information.5% OV-225 on 80/100 SUPELCOPORT Cat. 1.2. bis(2-Chloroethyl)ether 5. US EPA Method 612.2mg/mL of each haloether in methanol 1. 1. Hexachlorobutadiene 6. Hexachlorobenzene 1 4 9 2 8 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 0 2 4 6 8 For more information.: EC Inj. request Min Min Bulletins 775 and 865. 40mL/min Det. No.1 to 10ng/µL) in hexane 7 75°C 160°C 1. No.: 1µL of 0. Haloethers EPA Methods (600 Series) Packing: 3% SP-1000 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat.Figure 73. US EPA Method 611.: FID Inj. Chlorinated Hydrocarbons Packing: 1.2-Dichlorobenzene 5 5. 4-Chlorophenyl phenyl ether 3.5% OV-1/1. bis(2-Chloroethoxy)methane 4. 2-Chloronaphthalene 3 9. 795-0191 43 .4-Trichlorocyclopentadiene 7.

2-Dichloropropane 4. Pyrene* 6. No. Methanol 16. trans-1. Benzo(ghi)perylene* 13 17 12 11 19 26 For more information. Chlorobenzene 29.2-Dichlorobenzene 22. 1. Benzo(a)pyrene 15. Di-n-octyl phthalate 13. 3. Chloromethane 14.3-Dichlorobenzene 29 31. Vinyl chloride. request Dichlorofluoromethane 19. Diethylphthalate & N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 19.4-Trichlorobenzene & Isophorone 26. Benzo(a)fluoranthene* 10.3-Dichloropropene. N-Nitroso-di-n-propylamine 24. Base/Neutrals Packing: 3% SP-2250 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat.125µg 17. Volatiles Packing: 60/80 Carbopack B/1% SP-1000 Cat.2-Trichloroethane.6-Dinitrotoluene 33.: FID.2-Dichlorobenzene 32. Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether 21. No.1-Dichloroethane 23.h)anthracene* 9 20 34.3-Dichlorobenzene Hexachlorobenzene 2. Benzidine 7. Phenanthrene & Anthracene 3.: FID. 1. Acenaphthylene 30. 250°C 12. Trichlorofluoromethane 1. 18. No. Bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate 9. Chrysene* 11. 5. Trichloroethylene Bulletins 775 and 865. 22 23 29 24 78 18 27 1 15 31 14 3 32 5 24 33 10 34 6 0 4 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36 40 44 48 52 Min 713-1037 Figure 76. Fluoranthene* 5.4-Dichlorobenzene 30 31 32 3 7 1 4 0 4 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36 40 44 Min 713-0704 44 . 200°C 3. 2-Chloronaphthalene 29.1-Dichloroethylene Chlorodibromomethane 9.: 12543 (general configuration stock column. 300°C 16.3-Dichloropropene For more information.2-Dichloroethylene Det.2-Tetrachloroethane 8 17 24 26 26.4-Dinitrotoluene or 0. Benzo(b)fluoranthene* & Benzo(k)fluoranthene* 14. 15g/bottle) Column: 8' x 1/8" stainless steel Cat. Chloroform Inj. 8. 1. 2-Chloroethyl vinyl ether 2 25 24. 1.: 11756 (packing) Column: 2m x 2mm ID glass Oven: 50°C (4 min) to 270°C at 8°C/min Carrier: nitrogen. US EPA Method 624. other stock columns available) Oven: 45°C (3 min) to 220°C at 8°C/min (hold 15 min) Carrier: helium.2. Fluorene & 4-Chlorophenylphenyl ether Inj.3-cd)pyrene* & 16 Dibenzo(a.2.2.1. 0. 4-Bromophenylphenyl ether & 1. 1. 40mL/min 11.: 1µL of a synthetic mixture of volatile 13. Nitrobenzene & Hexachlorobutadiene 25. 2.: 1µL methylene chloride. 1-Chloro-2-bromopropene (IS) 10. 1. 1.4-Dichlorobutane (IS) 15 18 20 27.2-Dichloroethane pollutants in dodecane.1. 1.2. 1. 30mL/min Det. cis-1.Figure 75. US EPA Method 625.3'-Dichlorobenzidine 12. Acenaphthene 31. Bis(methyl-2-chloroethyl)ether 23. Methylene chloride 21.: 11815 (packing.1. Benzene 6. Bromodichloromethane each. Toluene 9 10 13 14 16 19 23 12 27 28 28. 1. 1. Dimethylphthalate 32. Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 28. Naphthalene & Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane 27. 5 21 22 7. Hexachloroethane & 1. Bromomethane 17. trans-1.1. Chloroethane 20. Bromochloromethane (IS) 22. Butyl benzyl phthalate 8.063µg (*) each analyte 18.4-Dichlorobenzene-d4 20.1-Trichloroethane 15.2-Tetrachloroethylene. 1. Bromoform 11 25. 1. Di-n-butyl phthalate 4. Carbon tetrachloride 200-500ng/µL 2. Ethylbenzene 6 30. 1. 2. request 28 21 25 30 Bulletins 775 and 865. 1. Indeno(1.

Figure 77. US EPA Method 625, Phenols

EPA Methods (600 Series)
Packing: 1% SP-1240-DA on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT
Cat. No.: 11832 (packing)
Column: 2m x 2mm ID glass
Oven: 70°C (2 min) to 200°C at 8°C/min
Carrier: helium, 30mL/min
Det.: FID
Inj.: 0.5µL of a standard phenol mixture (Cat. No. 48859)

8
1
10 1. Methanol
2. o-Chlorophenol, 0.5mg/mL
3. 2-Nitrophenol, 0.5mg/mL
4. Phenol, 0.5mg/mL
5. 2,4-Dimethylphenol, 0.5mg/mL
6. 2,4-Dichlorophenol, 0.5mg/mL
11 7. 2,4,6-Trichlorophenol, 1.5mg/mL
7 8. 4-Chloro-m-cresol, 2.5mg/mL
9. 2,4-Dinitrophenol, 1.5mg/mL
12 10. 4,6-Dinitro-o-cresol, 2.5mg/mL
9
11. Pentachlorophenol, 2.5mg/mL
4 5 12. 4-Nitrophenol, 2.5mg/mL
2
6
3

0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24
Min

For more information, request Bulletins 775 and 865.
795-0194

Figure 78. US EPA Method 625, Pesticides
Packing: 3% SP-2250 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT
Cat. No.: 11878 (packing)
Column: 2m x 2mm ID glass
Oven: 50°C (4 min) to 270°C at 8°C/min
Carrier: nitrogen, 30mL/min
Det.: FID
Inj.: 0.1µL of a synthetic mixture of pesticides (1ng/µL each)

1. -BHC
2. -BHC
3. -BHC
4. Heptachlor
5. -BHC
6. Aldrin
7. Heptachlorepoxide
8. Endosulfan I 1
9. Dieldrin & 4,4'-DDE
10. Endrin
11. Endosulfan II & 4,4'-DDD
12. 4,4'-DDT 9
2
13. Endosulfan sulfate & Endrin aldehyde 6
7
4 10
3 5
11
8
12
13

0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34
Min
For more information, request Bulletins 775 and 865.
795-0193

45

Figure 79. Ethylene Oxide and Ethylene Oxide Residues
Packing: 80/100 Carbopack C/0.8% THEED
Cat. No.: 11880-U (packing) 2
Column: 1m x 2mm ID glass
(stock column available)
Oven: 115°C
Carrier: nitrogen, 20mL/min
Det.: FID
Inj.: 1µL water containing
50ppm each component
1. Ethylene oxide
2. Water
3. Ethylene chlorohydrin
4. Ethylene glycol

4

3

1

0 1 2 3 4 5 6
Min
For more information, request Application Note 109.
713-0732

Figure 80. Trace Ethylene Oxide in Nitrogen
Packing: HayeSep D
Cat. No.: 10292 (packing)
Column: 10' x 1/8" stainless steel
Oven: 130°C
Carrier: helium, 30mL/min
Det.: FID, 140°C
Inj.: 250mL Valco valve, 100°C

1. Ethylene oxide, 23ppm

1

5 4 3 2 1 0
For more information, request Application Note 109. Min
795-0195

46

Figure 81. Ethylene Oxide by US Army Method

Ethylene Oxide/Fatty Acids
Sample: HBr-coated Carboxen-564 spiked
with 2-bromoethanol (1.2ng) and
desorbed with toluene:acetonitrile (50:50)
Sampling Tube: ORBO-78
Cat. No.: 20355
Packing: 10% DEGS on 80/100 SUPELCOPORT
Cat. No.: 11999 (packing, 20g/bottle)
Column: 12' x 1/8" stainless steel
Oven: 155°C S Solvent
Carrier: nitrogen, 30mL/min I Solvent impurities
Det.: ECD S

2-Bromoethanol

I

I EtO Analyses
2-Bromoethanol back-
I ground is negligible
I Blank
For more information, request Application Note 109. 0 2 4
Min 713-0696, 0697

Figure 82. Fatty Acid Methyl Esters of Rapeseed Oil Mixture
Packing: 5% DEGS-PS on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT
Cat. No.: 11870-U (packing, 20g/bottle)
Column: 6' x 1/8" stainless steel
Oven: 200°C
Carrier: nitrogen, 20mL/min
Det.: FID
Inj.: 0.5µL RM-3 Mix (Cat. No. O7256-1AMP), 10µg FAMEs/µL in chloroform
4

5
1. C14:0
2. C16:0
3. C18:0
4. C18:1
5. C18:2
9 6. C20:0
2 7. C18:3
8. C22:0
9. C22:1
10. C24:0

3
1
6
7 8
10

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
For more information, Min
request Bulletin 856.
713-0973

47

5µL RM-3 Mix (Cat. C22:0 3 10 10. No. C16:0 2 3.: FID Inj. Fatty Acid Methyl Esters of Rapeseed Oil Mixture Packing: GP 10% DEGS-PS on 80/100 SUPELCOPORT Cat. C20:1 9. C24:0 2 1 3 6 7 8 10 For more information. C14:0 4 5 2. C22:1 11. C20:0 7.: 5µg mixed esters in 0. and C20:1 Methyl Esters Packing: GP 3% SP-2310/2% SP-2300 on 100/120 Chromosorb W AW Cat. C18:2 6. C18:1 5. C16:0 5 3. O7256-1AMP). C18:1 5. 10µg FAMEs/µL in chloroform 4 1. C20:0 6 8. request Bulletin 856.: 11999 (packing. 20g/bottle) Column: 6' x 1/8" stainless steel Oven: 200°C Carrier: nitrogen.: 11833 (packing) Column: 6' x 1/8" stainless steel Oven: 190°C (2 min) to 220°C at 2°C/min Carrier: nitrogen. No. 795-0260 48 . 713-1072 Figure 84. C22:1 9 10. 20mL/min Det. request 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 MIn Bulletin 856.: FID Inj. 20mL/min Det. No. C22:0 9. C18:0 4.Figure 83. C14:0 2.5µL methylene chloride 1. C18:3. C18:2 6. C20:0. C18:0 4. C18:3 7. C18:3 8.: 0. C24:0 7 1 11 9 8 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 Min For more information.

No. Methyl Elaidate and Oleate FAMEs Fatty Acid Methyl Esters Packing: 15% OV-275 on 100/120 Chromosorb P AW DMCS Cat.: 0.Figure 85. request Bulletin 856. 20g/bottle) Column: 20' x 1/8" stainless steel Oven: 220°C Carrier: nitrogen. 713-0974 Figure 86.: FID Inj. Methyl elaidate 2. C8:0 6 4. C4:0 2.: 11879 (packing) Column: 3' x 2mm ID glass Oven: 130°C to 200°C at 15°C/min Carrier: nitrogen.5µL isooctane containing 5µg each analyte 1. C18:3 9 5 1 4 2 3 8 11 12 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 For more information. 20mL/min 7 1. C16:0 8. No. 795-0197 49 . C12:0 10 6. Whole Milk Free Acids Packing: 10% SP-216-PS on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. C18:2 12. 10mL/min Det. Methyl oleate 1 2 0 4 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36 40 Min For more information. C18:1 11. Min request Bulletin 856. C18:0 10. C10:0 5. C14:0 7. C16:1 9.: 11844-U (packing. C6:0 3.

C18:1 5.: 11833 (packing) Column: 6' x 1/8" stainless steel Oven: 190°C (2 min) to 220°C at 2°C/min Carrier: nitrogen.Figure 87. C16:0 3.: FID Inj. C22:1 10 11. C20:1 6 9. C14:0 2. C22:1 7. C22:6 5 2 6 10 8 9 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 MIn For more information. C24:1 9. 795-0198 Figure 88. C18:0 1 4. C18:1 7 5. C24:0 3 7 1 9 11 8 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 MIn For more information. No. C20:1 6. 20mL/min Det. C14:0 2. C16:0 4 5 3. other stock columns available) Oven: 210°C Inj. Polyunsaturated FAMEs Packing: 10% SP-2330 on 100/120 Chromosorb W AW Cat. and C20:1 Methyl Esters Packing: GP 3% SP-2310/2% SP-2300 on 100/120 Chromosorb W AW Cat. request Bulletin 856.5µL isooctane 4 3 1.: 13775 (general configuration stock column. C20:5 8.: 5µg mixed esters in 0. No. No. C18:0 2 4. C18:3 7. 795-0199 50 .: 15µg mixed esters in 1. C18:2 6. C22:0 10. C20:0. C22:5 10.: 11851 (packing) Column: 6' x 1/8" stainless steel Cat. request Bulletin 856. C20:0 8.5µL methylene chloride 1. C18:3.

: 11852 (packing) Column: 2 meter x 2mm ID glass Oven: 195°C Carrier: nitrogen. request Bulletin 856. Unknown 14.5µL. 20mL/min Inj. Caryophyllene 6. C24:0 2 1 3 6 7 8 10 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 Min For more information.1% SP-401 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. Valencene 8.: 0. Nootkatone 18 14 9 12 6. Citronellal 17. C18:1 5. C16:0 3. C18:2 5 6. C18:0 4. 20mL/min Det. C22:0 9. Unknown 2. 795-0200 Figure 90. Nonanal 15. Humulene 7. Grapefruit Oil Packing: 5% SP-2100/0. -Elemene 5.Figure 89. -Copaene 3. -Pinene 10. D-Cadinene 1 23 4 9.: FID Inj. 10mg/cc isooctane 4 1. Reference Standard: RM-3 Peanut Oil Type FAMEs/Fragrances Packing: 10% SP-2340 on 100/120 Chromosorb W AW Cat.: 0. C14:0 2. -Copaene 4.7 17 8 10 11 13 5 15 16 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Min 795-0201 51 . Myrcene 12. No. C22:1 9 10. Limonene 13. Sabinene 11.2µL 1. No. Linalool 16. C20:0 8. C18:3 7.: 11839 (packing) Column: 6' x 2mm ID glass Oven: 75°C (2 min) to 175°C at 4°C/min Carrier: nitrogen. Decanal 18.

: 0. Lemon Oil Packing: 5% SP-2100/0. Phellandrene 5.: 11839 (packing) Column: 6' x 2mm ID glass Oven: 75°C (2 min) to 175°C at 4°C/min Carrier: nitrogen. -Pinene 15. Bergamotene 10. Unknown 11. Terpinene-4-ol 3.1% SP-401 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. -Pinene Det. Unknown 7.2µL 4. Linalool 17 25 1 19 11 22 8 20 12. -Pinene 18. Sabinene 17. Geranyl acetate 8.: 0. -Bisabolene 13. Citronellal 10. -Copaene 16.: FID 2. Unknown 12. p-Cymene 21. Limonene 18 22. Nonanal 8. Neral 5. -Terpineol 4. -Sinensal 4 7 12 13 17 11 9 6 18 15 14 16 19 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 Min 795-0202 52 .Figure 91. Geranial 6. 20mL/min Det. Neral 12. No. Myrcene 19. 795-0203 Figure 92.: FID Inj.5 6 9 10 7.2µL 1. Limonene 6.13 21 16 15 24 3 7 14 23 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 Min For more information. Geranial 13.1% SP-401 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. Sabinene 3. Terpinolene 24. No. Valencene 18. Unknown 2. Caryophyllene 9.: 11839 (packing) Column: 6' x 2mm ID glass Oven: 75°C (2 min) to 175°C at 4°C/min Carrier: nitrogen. Nonanal 25. -Thujene 14. 20mL/min 1. Camphene 16. Orange Oil Packing: 5% SP-2100/0. Neryl acetate 2 4. request Bulletin 856. Myrcene/Octanal Inj. Caryophyllene 15. -Terpinene 23. Linalool 9. Dodecanal 1 2 3 5 8 10 14. Farnesene 17. -Sinensal 19. Decanal 11. Unknown 20.

Freon® and Chlorinated Hydrocarbons Fragrances/Freons Packing: 80/100 Carbopack B/1% SP-1000 Cat. 795-0205 53 . Freon 23 Oven: 65°C to 150°C at 8°C/min 2. 4 other stock columns available) Oven: 70°C Carrier: nitrogen. 20mL/min Det.2% Carbowax 1500 Cat. No.: 12485 (general configuration stock column.: 11826 (packing) Column: 6' x 1/8" stainless steel Cat . other stock columns available) 1.: FID 1.: 13860-U (general configuration stock column. Freon 21 7. No. Freon 22 Det. 20mL/min 3. Freon 13 Carrier: nitrogen. Freon 11 4 9. No. 795-0204 Figure 94. request Bulletin 786. Vinyl chloride & Freon 12 4.Figure 93. Freon 113 7 3 2 5 8 1 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Min For more information.: 11815 (packing) Column: 6' x 1/8" stainless steel Cat .: FID 4. Freon 115 5. No. request Bulletin 786. Chloroethane 1 2 0 1 2 3 4 Min For more information. Methyl bromide 3 3. Freon 114 6 8. Freon 12 9 6. Methyl chloride 2. Freon Gases Packing: 60/80 Carbopack C/0.

I. Freon 114a (impurity) 2 6. Freon 114 5. Figure provided by J. Freon 12 3. request Bulletin 786. 20% each compound) 1 1. Water 4. No.: thermal conductivity (175mA) Inj.. Experimental Station. 30mL/min Det.: 10311 (packing. Freon 21 4.: FID Inj. I.: 12425 (general configuration stock column only) Oven: 50°C Carrier: nitrogen. Freon 11 4 3 6 5 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 Min For more information. 30cc/min Det. Freon 22 2. USA. du Pont de Nemours and Co.G. Inc. Air 2. 75cc/bottle) Column: 5' x 1/8" stainless steel Oven: 132°C Carrier: helium. Wilmington.: 0. 713-0705 Figure 96.L. DE.: 10µL synthetic mixture (appr. No.. Formaldehyde 3. Schindel. Freon Gases Packing: 60/80 Carbopack B/5% Fluorcol® Column: 10' x 1/8" SP alloy Cat. Methanol 1 4 0 1 2 3 Min 713-0690 54 . Formaldehyde Packing: 100/120 HayeSep T 3 Cat.Figure 95.2µL (165°C) 2 1. Glajch and W.

Water 2.: P.C. request Application Note 10. 300ma Inj. Carbon dioxide 4 5. Ethylene 78 7.2µL formalin solution 1.: 12370-U (general configuration stock column. other stock columns available) Oven: 150°C Carrier: helium. No. No. 30mL/min 2 Det. Ethane 5 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Min For more information. Methane 3 4. 120°C 2 1.E. Methanol 3 0 2 4 Min 795-0206 Figure 98.24ppm) 6. Formalin Solution Freons/Formaldehyde/C1-C2 Packing: 45/60 Carboxen-1000 1 Column: 2' x 1/8" stainless steel Cat. Water 8..: custom 6 1 Column: 30' x 1/8" stainless steel Oven: 120°C Carrier: helium. Nitrogen 2.: TCD Inj. Ethylene and Scott® Mix 216 Packing: 100/120 HayeSep DB Cat. 900 T. Carbon monoxide 3. 30mL/min Det. Acetylene (0. Formaldehyde 3.Figure 97.: 0.: 250mL Valco valve. 795-0207 55 .

Propylene 6. Propadiene 8. Ethylene 5. Min 795-0209 56 . Ethane 6. Methane 3. request Application Note 10. Methyl acetylene 8 7 6 2 4 3 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 For more information.: 10304 (packing) Column: 10' x 1/8" stainless steel Oven: 80°C Carrier: helium. Carbon dioxide 4.: 10311 (packing) Column: 5' x 1/8" stainless steel 2 Oven: 32°C Carrier: helium.: 180°C Inj.Figure 99. Carbon dioxide 4. Mapp Gases. 30mL/min Inj. Acetylene 4 5 6 0 2 4 6 Min For more information. Ethane 5. 795-0208 Figure 100. Air 2. 30mL/min Det. No. C1-C3 Unsaturated 5 1 Hydrocarbons and CO2 Packing: HayeSep R Cat. request Application Note 10.: 15mL 1. No. Carbon Dioxide and C2 Hydrocarbons 1 Packing: HayeSep T Cat. Propane 7.: 50mL 3 1. Air 2. Methane 3.

No.: 10293 (packing) Column: 10' x 1/8" stainless steel Oven: 80°C Carrier: helium. 1% 3. 225ma.. Ethylene. 900 T. 1% 0 2 4 6 8 10 Min For more information. Nitrogen (balance) 7 5 2.: FID (3700 Varian) 3 4 1. 1% 2. and CO2 C1-C2 Hydrocarbons/Gases Packing: HayeSep D 1 Cat. ambient 3 6 1.C.Figure 101. Acetylene. 1% 4. No. 35mL/min 2 Det. 1% 4 2 0 For more information. 1% 3.: P. CO. Methane. C1-C2 Hydrocarbons 1 Packing: 100/120 HayeSep D Cat. Ethylene. 1% 4. Min 795-0211 57 . Scott Mix 216. Methane. Carbon monoxide. C1-C2. 140°C 4 Inj. 1% 6. 795-0210 Figure 102. Ethane.: 100mL. request Application Note 10. Acetylene. request Application Note 10.E. 30mL/min Det. Valco valve. 1% 5.: 10293 (packing) Column: 20' x 1/8" Ni Oven: 40°C (2 min) to 110°C at 24°C/min 2 Carrier: helium. 1% 7. Ethane. Carbon dioxide.

No. request Application Note 10. Acetylene 3. Methane Carrier: helium. 795-0213 58 . other stock columns available) Oven: 160°C 1. Ethylene Det. Trace Acetylene in Ethylene Packing: 60/80 Carbosieve S-II Cat. Ethylene 2 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 Min For more information. Trace Acetylene in Ethylene Packing: 45/60 Carboxen-1000 Column: 5' x 1/8" stainless steel 3 Cat. 30mL/min 1 3 Det. 795-0212 Figure 104.: 1mL. request Application Note 10.: 12380 (general configuration stock column.5mL ethylene with trace impurities 1 2 0 4 8 10 Min For more information.: FID Inj.Figure 103. Acetylene (14ppm) 3.: 0. 100ppm acetylene in ethylene 1.: FID Inj.: custom Column: 5' x 1/8" stainless steel Oven: 125°C Carrier: nitrogen. No. 30mL/min 2. Methane 2.

: 12370-U (general configuration stock column. Min request Bulletin 743 and Application Note 10.: FID 3. Methane 2. appr. Propylene 7. Acetylene 2 3. other stock columns available) Oven: 165°C (1 min) to 220°C at 16°C/min 1. Ethane 5. Propyne 6.Figure 105. C1-C3 Hydrocarbons Packing: 60/80 Carbosieve G Cat. appr.: 0. 50mL/min Det. Min request Bulletin 743 and Application Note 10. Propane 3 4 7 6 5 0 2 4 6 For more information. Propyne each component on column 6. 795-0214 Figure 106.: FID Inj. Acetylene Det. 795-0215 59 . No. 15ppm each component in nitrogen 1. 2 4.6mL Scott Gas Mix (Cat.: 1mL.: 10198 (packing) Column: 5' x 1/8" stainless steel Oven: 145°C to 195°C at 6°C/min 1 Carrier: nitrogen. Ethylene 4. Ethane 15ppm each component. No. 60mL/min 2. Ethylene Inj. 2-3470). Propylene 7. C1-C3 Hydrocarbons C1-C3 Hydrocarbons 1 Packing: 45/60 Carboxen-1000 Column: 2' x 1/8" stainless steel Cat. No. Methane Carrier: helium. 10ng 5. Propane 3 4 7 6 5 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 For more information.

: 13867 (general configuration stock column only) 1. 150°C Inj.2 9 11 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 Min For more information. n-Butane 6.Figure 107.C. 713-0757 60 . 1. 1-Butene 4 5. Isopentane 11. No. trans-Butene-2 9. Methanol 7 6 1 5 0 1 2 3 4 5 For more information. Ethane 4.: 11824 (packing) Column: 2m x 1/8" stainless steel Cat.E. Propylene Carrier: nitrogen. Isobutylene 7. Air. Propane Oven: 35°C to 70°C at 6°C/min 3 2.: 10311 (packing) Column: 5' x 1/8" stainless steel Oven: 120°C Carrier: helium. 225ma. 795-0216 Figure 108. 30mL/min 3. request Bulletin 743 and Application Note 142. Isobutane Det.: FID 4. No. Carbon dioxide 3. C3-C5 Saturated and Unsaturated Hydrocarbons Packing: 80/100 Carbopack C/0. No. Butane 6. 30mL/min Det.. n-Pentane 6 7 8 10 1.19% picric acid Cat. Propylene. Propane 5. 900 T.3-Butadiene 5 10. request Bulletin 743 Min and Application Note 10. Methane 2.: 132°C 1.: P. Butane 7. Methanol in Propylene/Propane 2 3 4 Packing: 100/120 HayeSep T Cat. cis-Butene-2 8.

795-0217 Figure 110.: FID 2. Isobutane Inj. 1-Butene 18. 1. Isobutylene 7. 40mL/min 1. 40mL/min 1. n-Pentane 4. Ethylene 13. No. n-Pentane 6 11.Figure 109. Propylene 15. trans-2-Pentene 1 4 9.3-Butadiene 6. Isopentane 9.: custom Column: 20' x 3/16" stainless steel Carrier: nitrogen. C3-C5 Saturated and Unsaturated Hydrocarbons C1-C5 Hydrocarbons Packing: 10% EDO-1 on 100/120 Chromosorb P AW Cat. cis-2-Pentene 10.3-Butadiene 7 9 1 8 2 10 11 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 Min For more information. request Bulletin 743 and Application Note 142. Isobutane 16. Isobutylene 19. 1-Pentene 7. cis-2-Butene 3. Propane Det. C1-C5 Saturated and Unsaturated Hydrocarbons Packing: 15% EDO-1 on 60/80 Chromosorb P AW Cat. request Bulletin 743 and Application Note 10 and 142. cis-2-Butene 10. trans-2-Butene 20. 3-Methyl-1-butene 5. 2-Methyl-2-butene 15 19 5 16 14 20 17 18 8 7 9 13 11 10 12 0 4 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36 38 Min For more information. n-Butane Section L. n-Butane 17. trans-2-Butene 8. Propylene 4 3. 1. 1-Butene 6. Methane 11.: 11967 (packing) Column: 20' x 1/8" stainless steel 3 5 Oven: 0°C Carrier: nitrogen.: ASTM Hydrocarbon Mix 4. Blend 6 5. Ethane 12. No. Isopentane 2. 795-0218 61 . Propane 14. 2-Methyl-1-butene 23 6 8.

n-Pentane 0. Ethane 0. C1-C5 Hydrocarbons 3 2 1 Packing: 100/120 HayeSep D 6 Cat. 795-0220 62 . 35mL/min 5 Det. Isobutane 0.1019% 5. Trace C2-C6 Hydrocarbons Packing: 100/120 HayeSep D Cat. Methane 0. Butane 0.0989% 4.: FID (3700 Varian) 1. request Bulletin 743 and Application Note 10 and 142.: 10293 (packing) Column: 10' x 1/8" stainless steel 4 Oven: 120°C to 200°C at 20°C/min Carrier: helium.Figure 111.2002% 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Min For more information. 795-0219 Figure 112.1019% 6. 1-Butene 15ppm 5. request Bulletin 743 and Application Note 10 and 142. 35mL/min Det.: FID (3700 Varian) 1.0965% 3.: 10293 (packing) Column: 10' x 1/8" stainless steel Oven: 120°C to 200°C at 24°C/min Carrier: helium.1894% 2. Propane 0. No. 1-Hexane 16ppm 4 5 3 6 2 1 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Min For more information. Ethylene 15ppm 3. Acetylene 16ppm 2. 1-Pentene 14.75ppm 6. No.3ppm 4. Propylene 14.

: 11865 (packing) Column: 30' x 1/8" stainless steel Cat. cis-2-Butene 9.72% 5. 25mL/min Det. 2-Methyl-1-butene. Propane 4 5 6 7 18 3. No. request Bulletin 743 and Application Note 142. 150°C Inj. Pentane 12.42% 3.: 0. Pressure disturbance 2.: 12809-U (general configuration stock column only) Oven: 70°C Carrier: helium. Isobutylene 7. No.: 12809-U (general configuration stock column only) Oven: 70°C Carrier: helium. trans-2-Pentene 19 14. Isopentane 10.: 0. request Bulletin 743. 100°C 1. Propane 96. 795-0221 63 .Figure 113. 2-Methyl-2-butene 16. 1.75% 5 4.: FID. 1-Butene. Isobutane 13 5. No. trans-2-Butene 8. Blend 6. n-Butane 0. 3-Methyl-1-pentane 16 18. Isopentane trace 6 1 7 8 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Min For more information. cis-2-Pentene 15 17 15. n-Hexane 2 14 10 11 U Unknown 19.5mL liquid propane gas. Propylene 1. 1-Pentene 13. 25mL/min Det. Isobutylene trace 2 8.17% 7. Propylene 4. 713-0758 Figure 114.: 11865 (packing) 4 Column: 30' x 1/8" stainless steel Cat. n-Butane 8 12 6. Isobutane 0. 1. Ethane plus C5 hydrocarbons. 150°C Inj.6µL ASTM Section L. 1-Butene. C1-C6 Saturated and Unsaturated Hydrocarbons C1-C6 Hydrocarbons Packing: 23% SP-1700 on 80/100 Chromosorb P AW Cat. and Application Note 142. 3-Methylhexane 1 3 U 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 Min For more information. Propane and Propylene at High Concentrations 3 Packing: 23% SP-1700 on 80/100 Chromosorb P AW Cat. 100°C 2. No.93% 6.: FID.3-Butadiene 11. 2-Methyl-1-pentane 9 17. Ethane 0.

No. request Bulletin 743 and Application Note 142. CH4 5. 1% concentrations of 3. Industrial Butane III Packing: 23% SP-1700 on 80/100 Chromosorb P AW Cat.: 11865 (packing) Column: 30' x 1/8" stainless steel 2 3 Cat.02% 3. Isopentane 0. 713-0739 64 .: 0. 110°C Inj. N2 H2.: 12809-U (general configuration stock column only) Oven: 70°C Carrier: helium.: thermal conductivity.75mL industrial butane III 1. No. O2.: 20302 (packing) Column: 3' x 1/8" stainless steel Oven: 60°C 2 3 Carrier: helium. Isobutane 2.Figure 115. n-Butane 97.: 0. n-Pentane 0. CO 4 5 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Min For more information. 25mL/min Det. 20mL/min Det. H2 2. CH4. Permanent Gases in Air Packing: 60/80 Molecular Sieve 5A Cat.: FID.01% 4 1 5 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 Min For more information. 150ma 1.25cc. Pressure disturbance 2.05% 5. 795-0222 Figure 116. request Bulletin 743 and Application Note 142. No. and CO in N2 4. O2 Inj.92% 4.

C. 140°C Inj. 795-0223 Figure 118. Valco valve. Oxygen 7% 3. 225ma. H2. CO2 4. 30cc/min Det. N2. Carbon dioxide 15% 2 5 4 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 Min 795-0224 65 .5% 5.: 10293 (packing) Column: 20' x 1/8" Ni 1 Oven: 25°C Carrier: helium.: 0. 150ma Inj. Permanent Gases in Air Permanent Gas/Hydrocarbons Packing: 60/80 Chromosorb 102 Cat. H2O 2 3 4 0 1 2 3 4 Min For more information. 1.: 50mL vapor. CH4 3.: 20200-U (packing) Column: 6' x 1/8" stainless steel Oven: 60°C Carrier: helium. No.Figure 117. Methane 4.E.: thermal conductivity. Carbon monoxide 7% 3 4. 1% concentrations of CH4. request Application Note 10.2cc. Scott Mix 237 Packing: 100/120 HayeSep D Cat. and CO2 from N2 1 1. & CO 2. No. Nitrogen balance ambient 2. 20mL/min Det. 900 T.: P. O2.

5% 5. Nitrogen 373ppm 2.E. Permanent Gases 2 Packing: 80/100 HayeSep A Cat. 25°C 1.: P.C. Nitrogen in Argon 2 Packing: 100/120 HayeSep D Cat. Carbon monoxide 33% 3 4 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Min 795-0226 66 . No. Argon 0.: 10293 (packing) Column: 30' x 1/8" stainless steel Oven: 25°C Carrier: helium. Oxygen 13% 4.: 10283 (packing) Column: 36' x 1/8" Oven: 25°C Carrier: helium. No.E. 140°C Inj. 900 T.: 250mL Valco valve. 300ma. 30cc/min Det. 225ma Inj.Figure 119. Nitrogen 48. Hydrogen 5% 2. Argon balance 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 795-0225 Figure 120.C. 23cc/min Det.: P. 900 T.: 25mL air plus hydrogen and carbon monoxide 5 1.5% 3.

Nitrogen 91. Methane. 1% each component in nitrogen.: TCD Inj. Ethane 0. Permanent Gas/Hydrocarbons and C2 Hydrocarbons Packing: 100/120 Carbosieve S-II 1. Permanent Gases. 30mL/min Det.: 13821 (general configuration stock column. other stock columns available) Oven: 35°C (5 min) to 225°C at 20°C/min Carrier: helium. Nitrogen 3. Hydrogen 2. Acetylene 1 7. Methane 0. Oxygen 2. 0 4 8 12 16 20 24 Min 795-0228 67 . Carbon monoxide 4.: thermal conductivity. Oxygen 2. request Application Note 10.: 0. Ethylene 8.6% other stock columns available) 5. 795-0227 Figure 122.6% 150ma 5 6 Inj. Methane 5 5. Carbon monoxide 0. Acetylene 0. Ethylene 0. 2 9. Permanent Gases and C1-C2 Hydrocarbons Packing: 60/80 Carboxen-1000 Column: 15' x 1/8" stainless steel Cat. request Application Note 10.6% Carrier: helium.6mL 4 9 7 8 1 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 Min For more information.5% Column: 10' x 1/8" stainless steel 2. 3.: 0. 23437) with oxygen added.4% 4.: 12390-U (general configuration stock column.6% Oven: 35°C (7 min) to 225°C 6. No.6mL Scott Gas Mix (Cat. No.6% at 32°C/min 3 7.Figure 121. on column 2 1. Carbon dioxide 6.6% Det. Ethane 4 3 6 7 8 For more information. Carbon dioxide 0. 30mL/min 8. No.5% Cat.

4'-DDT 2 12 12.4'-DDT 4 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 Min For more information.4'-DDE 1 8.Figure 123. request Bulletins 758 and 775. Endrin 12. No. 4. request Bulletins 758 and 775.4'-DDT 4 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 Min For more information. Endrin 13 7 11.: 5µL CP Mix 10 11 2 3 1. -BHC (Lindane) Inj. Heptachlor 10 5. 4.: 11947 (packing) Column: 6' x 4mm ID glass (stock column available) Oven: 200°C Carrier: argon:methane (95:5).4-DDD (TDE) 13 6 9 12 9. 2. Dieldrin 7 10. 4. -BHC 4. 4. No. 4. Aldrin 6.4-DDD (TDE) 11 10. -BHC (Lindane) 3. 795-0229 Figure 124. -BHC Det. Heptachlor 5. Pesticides Packing: GP 4% SE-30/6% SP-2401 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. Dieldrin 5 9. 4. Pesticides Packing: GP 1.: EC NI63 Inj. Heptachlor epoxide 7. -BHC 2. 70mL/min Det. 2.5% SP-2250/1. -BHC 4. Aldrin 6.4'-DDT 5 8 11. Heptachlor epoxide 1 3 6 7. 795-0230 68 .95% SP-2401 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat.: 5µL CP Mix 3. 2.: 11948 (packing) Column: 6' x 4mm ID glass Oven: 200°C Carrier: argon:methane (95:5).4'-DDE 8 8. 70mL/min 1.: EC NI63 2.4'-DDD (TDE) 13. 2.4'-DDD (TDE) 9 13.

o-Cresol 3.: FID. Phenols Packing: 0. m-Cresol p-Cresol 4. o-Cresol 3. p-Ethylphenol 8. 2.6-Dimethylphenol 5.5-Dimethylphenol 6. 20mL/min Det. request Bulletin 775. 2.5-Dimethylphenol 10. No. No.05µL 4 1. Phenol Inj. 2. 3.: 0.3.4-Dimethylphenol 3 9 2 4 5 10 6 7 8 11 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 11 Min For more information.1% SP-1000 on 80/100 Carbopack C Cat. Phenol 2. 795-0232 69 . 795-0231 Figure 126. 2.: 0. 175°C Inj.3-Dimethylphenol.6-Trimethylphenol 3 11.4. 3.6-Trimethylphenol 1 10. 2. 2. m-Ethylphenol 1 7.3. 20mL/min Det.4. 2. o-Ethylphenol 6.5µL approx.4-Dimethylphenol. p-Cresol 5.5-Dimethylphenol 10 7. request Bulletin 775. 2.4-Dimethylphenol 2 2. Mixed Phenols Packing: 3% SP-1000 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. 2. 2. Pesticides/Phenols Figure 125.4-Dimethylphenol 9.6-Dimethylphenol 9.1% each in MEK 2.5-Trimethylphenol 6 7 9 8 11 12 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Min For more information.5-Dimethylphenol 11.3-Dimethylphenol 5 m-Ethylphenol p-Ethylphenol 8.5-Trimethylphenol 12. 3.: 11820 (packing) Column: 6' x 2mm ID glass (stock column available) Oven: 225°C Carrier: nitrogen. 3.: 11738 (packing) Column: 6' x 2mm ID glass Oven: 130°C Carrier: nitrogen. 2. 0. m-Cresol 4.: FID 1.

: 0.1% each in MEK 3 4 S Solvent 9 1.: 0.5-Dimethylphenol 11.3-Dimethylphenol 3.5-Dimethylphenol 11 10.: 11872 (packing) Column: 6' x 1/8" stainless steel Oven: 180°C Carrier: nitrogen. p-Ethylphenol 7. Butyl Phenols Packing: 10% SP-1000 on 80/100 SUPELCOPORT Cat. m-Cresol 6 4. Min request Bulletin 775. 2.6-Dimethylphenol 8 9.4-Dimethylphenol 0 2 4 6 8 10 For more information. 794-0139 Figure 128. p-Ethylphenol 8.6-Di-tert-butylphenol Inj. 2. 2. Phenols Packing: 60/80 Carbopack F-TA Column: 2m x 2mm ID glass Oven: 220°C Carrier: nitrogen. No. 2.: FID 1.2µL approx. 0.1% of each 2. Phenol 5 10 2.4-Dimethylphenol 2. 20mL/min Det.: FID 2 Inj.Figure 127. 3. o-Cresol 3.6-Di-tert-butyl-p-cresol component in chloroform 1 2 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 MIn 795-0233 70 . p-Cresol 7 5. 2. o-Ethylphenol 6.5µL with 0. 15mL/min S 1 Det.

3-Dimethylanisole 8. Phenols (Anisoles) Phenols/Pheromones Packing: 5% SP-1200/1. Pheromones Packing: 15% SP-2340/ on 100/120 Chromosorb P AW-DMCS Cat. other stock columns available) Oven: 150°C Carrier: nitrogen. Anisole 2. 2. 10mL/min at 50psi Inj.4 1.5-Dimethylanisole 9.75% Bentone 34 Cat.: 12721 (general configuration stock column. 2. m-Methylanisole 6. No.Figure 129.: custom Column: 20' x 1/8" stainless steel Oven: 225°C Carrier: nitrogen.: E and Z-9-tetradecenyl acetate Z E Z 20 24 28 32 Min 795-0238 71 . p-Methylanisole 1 4. No.6-Dimethylanisole 5.4-Dimethylanisole 2 7. 3. 2.: 12134 (packing) Column: 6' x 1/8" stainless steel Cat. 2.5-Dimethylanisole 5 6 7 8 9 10 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Min 795-0234 Figure 130. 20mL/min 3. o-Methylanisole 3.4-Dimethylanisole 10. No. 3.

n-Decane 1 15. n-Pentane 10 6. 25mL/min Det.: FID.: 0. 300°C Inj. C7s 4. No. request Bulletin 864. 713-0771 72 . n-Heptane 3 4 10. n-Butylbenzene 16.Figure 131. C6s 3.: 0. Xylenes 3 0 2 4 6 8 10 For more information. n-Tridecane 6 7 18. Methylpropane Calibration Mix 3. 2. n-Hexane 8. p-Xylene 5 13.: 12445 (general configuration stock column only) 4 Oven: -20°C to 250°C at 15°C/min 5 Carrier: helium. n-Octane 12. 20" x 1/8" stainless steel Cat. 300°C 4.1µL gasoline. Toluene 2 5. Min request Bulletin 864. 713-0772 Figure 132. 300°C 1. 2-Methylbutane 5. 25mL/min Det.: FID. 20" x 1/8" 1 stainless steel Cat. No. SIMDIS Calibration Blend (ASTM D3710) Column: Petrocol™ A. C5s 2. n-Propane 12 2. 300°C Inj. n-Propylbenzene 14.: 12445 (general configuration stock column only) Oven: -20°C to 200°C at 20°C/min Carrier: helium. n-Butane (Cat.1µL of D3710 Qualitative 1. n-Dodecane 17. n-Tetradecane 8 13 11 19. Toluene 9 11. Gasoline by ASTM D3710 Column: Petrocol A. No. 48884). n-Pentadecane 2 14 15 16 17 18 19 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Min For more information.4-Dimethylpentane 9. 2-Methylpentane 7.

: FID Inj. nC36 11 12 16. No.1µL Reference Gas Oil Sample (Cat. nC6 2. nC28 14. nC18 11. 712-0427 Figure 134. nC11 7. No. No. 20" x 1/8" stainless steel Cat. nC20 10 12. nC7 3. 20" x 1/8" stainless steel Cat.: 0. nC32 15. nC16 10. request Bulletin 864. nC12 8. 48873). 30mL/min Det. 0 4 8 12 16 20 Min For more information.1µL Quantitative Calibration Mix (Cat.: 12449 (general configuration stock column only) Oven: -25°C to 350°C at 15°C/min Carrier: helium. 48882) 5 6 7 8 1. nC40 13 17.: 12449 (general configuration stock column only) Oven: -25°C to 350°C at 15°C/min Carrier: helium.Figure 133. nC10 3 4 6. 713-0769 73 . nC24 13. nC44 14 15 16 17 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 Min For more information. nC9 9 5. 30mL/min Det. No. Reference Gas Oil Sample (ASTM D2887) Column: Petrocol B.: FID Inj.: 0. nC14 1 2 9. nC8 4. SIMDIS Calibration Blend (ASTM D2887) Simulated Distillation (SIMDIS) Column: Petrocol B. request Bulletin 864.

n-Docosane 4. n-Dodecane 2. n-Triacontane 10 11. n-Octacosane 10.5µL PS-12-60D Mix (Cat. n-Dotriacontane 5 12.: 12449 (general configuration stock column only) Oven: 50°C (1 min) to 350°C at 35°C/min Carrier: nitrogen.: 0. n-Octadecane 8 5. n-Eicosane 7 9 6. 350°C 1. n-Tetradecane 3. PS-18-60D Wax Standard Mix (ASTM D2887) Column: Petrocol B. n-Tetracosane 8. 794-0408 Figure 136. request Bulletin 864. No.Figure 135. n-Octacosane 7. No. 20" x 1/8" stainless steel Cat. n-Hexatriacontane 10. n-Hexacosane 6 9. n-Hexacontane 2 12 13 14 1 15 16 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 Min 794-0165 74 . n-Hexadecane 4.: FID. 380°C Inj. n-Eicosane 3. 48928). 20" x 1/8" stainless steel Cat.: 12449 (general configuration stock column only) Oven: 80°C to 350°C at 10°C/min Carrier: nitrogen.: 1µL PS-18-44D Mix (Cat. n-Hexatriacontane 4 13. n-Octadecane 2. n-Pentacontane 16. 380°C Inj. 30mL/min Det. n-Tetratetracontane 8 3 9 2 1 10 11 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 Min For more information.: FID. n-Tetracosane 6 5. n-Tetratetracontane 3 15. 350°C 1. No. n-Docosane 7. PS-18-44D Wax Standard Mix (ASTM D2887) Column: Petrocol B. No. n-Tetracontane 11 14. n-Dotriacontane 9. n-Triacontane 5 7 8. n-Tetracontane 4 11. 60mL/min Det. n-Hexacosane 6. 48932).

Crude Oil — North Sea. Oseberg 1 2 3 Column: Petrocol C. n-Pentane (nC5). n-Tetracontane (nC40) 23. n-Pentadecane (nC15) 14. 20" x 1/8" stainless steel 4 Cat. Pentadecane (nC15) Carrier: helium. 360°C 4 1. n-Hexadecane (nC16) 18 15. n-Decane (nC10) 3 89 12 9. n-Tetradecane (nC14) 17 13. n-Dotriacontane (nC32) 21. 30mL/min 3. n-Octacosane (nC28) 22 23 20. request Bulletin 864.0% 2. 711-0072 Figure 138. n-Octadecane (nC18) 20 17. No. n-Tridecane (nC13) 16 12.4% each by weight. n-Octane (nC8). 360°C 4.2% 5. n-Heptadecane (nC17) 1 19 16. Heptadecane (nC17) Inj. n-Hexane (nC6). 30mL/min 6 Det. 1. request Bulletin 864. 711-0076.Figure 137.7% 8.: 1µL oil:CS mix (1:1).: 12455 (general configuration 2 stock column only) Oven: -25°C to 350°C at 15°C/min Carrier: helium. n-Eicosane (nC20) 21 18.: 12445 (general configuration stock column only) 1. 6.: 1µL Crude Oil Qualitative Calibration Standard. Crude Oil Qualitative Calibration Standard Simulated Distillation (SIMDIS) Column: Petrocol C. n-Tetracosane (nC24) 19. 3. Hexadecane (nC16) Det. 0 4 8 12 16 20 24 28 Min For more information.: FID. Porpane (nC3). except as noted. 360°C Inj. n-Undecane 0 (nC11) 10 13 14 10. n-Dodecane (nC12) 11 15 11. n-Tetratetracontane (nC44) 4.: FID. 4.4% 5 7 4. 5.0077 75 . n-Hexatriacontane (nC36) 22. n-Heptane (nC7) 6. n-Nonane (nC9). 360°C With Internal Standard Without Internal Standard 0 4 8 12 16 20 24 Min For more information. Tetradecane (nC14) Oven: -25°C to 350°C at 15°C/min 2. n-Butane (nC4) 3.2% 7. No. 20" x 1/8" stainless steel Cat.

13766 (general configuration stock column.: 0.: FID Inj.: 0. Regular Gasoline Packing: 10% SP-2100 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. No. No. other stock columns available) Oven: 75°C to 200°C at 8°C/min Carrier: 20mL/min Det. No.: FID Inj. C6 2. Naphtha Packing: 10% SP-2100 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. C10 4. C12 1 2 3 4 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 MIn For more information. request Bulletin 864. C12 5.1µL Fraction 1 2 3 4 5 6 1. No. other stock columns available) Oven: 75°C to 200°C at 8°C/min Carrier: 20mL/min Det. SIMDIS. C6 2. MIn 711-0088 Figure 140. 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 request Bulletin 864. C8 3. C14 6. C16 For more information. C8 3. C10 Fraction 4.: 12140 Column: 10' x 1/8" stainless steel Cat.: 13766 (general configuration stock column.: 12140 (packing) Column: 10' x 1/8" stainless steel Cat.Figure 139.1µL 1. 711-0087 76 .

20g/bottle) Column: 18' x 1/8" stainless steel Oven: 175°C to 350°C at 8°C/min Carrier: nitrogen.Figure 141. request Bulletin 864. 20mL/min Det. No. No. Microcrystalline Wax Packing: 1% Dexsil® 300 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. C12 Fraction 5. C8 Inj. Kerosene (Jet A) Permanent Gas/Hydrocarbons Packing: 10% SP-2100 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. C6 Det.: 13766 (general configuration stock column. C10 4.: 12140 (packing) Cat.: 1µL chloroform containing 30µg wax (325°C) 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 MIn For more information. No. 713-0750 77 . request Bulletin 864. C14 6. 711-0089 Figure 142. C16 1 2 3 4 5 6 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 MIn For more information.: 350°C Inj.: FID 2.: 11972 (packing.1µL 3.: 0. other stock columns available) Column: 10' x 1/8" stainless steel (stock column available) Oven: 75°C to 200°C at 8°C/min Carrier: 20mL/min 1.

795-0243 78 . request Bulletins 816 and 824. C14 Carrier: nitrogen. C16 5. No. Heptane 2 2. C32 13. C38 16. 795-0242 Figure 144. n-Propyl alcohol 3 4 7 8 9 10 6 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 MIn For more information.: 0. No. request Bulletin 864. Ethyl benzene 7. C44 0 4 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36 40 44 48 52 56 60 MIn For more information. C24 9. C34 14. C20 7. C28 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 11. Toluene 5 6. 20mL/min 4. Isopropyl alcohol 9. C22 Fraction 8. Xylene 8.: FID Inj. Wax Packing: 3% Dexsil® 300 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. C36 15. Octane 3. C40 17.: 11973 (packing) 1. C10 Column: 6' x 1/8" stainless steel 2. 20mL/min 1 1.Figure 143. Ethyl alcohol 10. n-Propyl acetate 5.5µLgen. Ethyl acetate 4. Solvents — Alcohol Retarder Column Packing: 15% THEED on 100/120 Chromosorb W AW Cat.: 11823 (packing) Column: 10' x 1/8" stainless steel Oven: 80°C Carrier: nitro Det. C18 6. C26 10. C12 Oven: 100°C to 360°C at 4°C/min 3. C30 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 12.

Solvents Solvents Packing: 60/80 Carbowax C/0.: 11826 (packing) Column: 6' x 2mm stainless steel Cat.Figure 145.2% Carbowax 1500 Cat. 2. Ethanol Det. Ethyl acetate 7. 2-Pentanol 1 8 7 14.: 0. Methanol Carrier: nitrogen. 2-Methyl-1-propanol (iso) 8. 795-0239 79 . No. No.0µL 4. request Bulletins 816 and 824.: 11826 (packing) Column: 6' x 1/8" stainless steel Cat. other stock columns available) Oven: 100°C 1. other stock columns available) 1. No. 3-Methyl-1-butanol 16. 2-Methyl-1-butanol (active) 5 15.02µL 3 6. 1-Butanol 9. 31psi 4.2-Dimethyl-1-propanol 11. 2-Methyl-2-butanol (t-amyl) 4 10. 2-Propanol Carrier: nitrogen. 1-Propanol Det.2% Carbowax 1500 Cat. 3-Pentanol 13. Isobutyl alcohol 9. 2-Butanol (sec-butyl) 7. Ethyl ether 4 6.: FID 3 3. Methyl ethyl ketone 8. Solvents (Methanol through Pentanol) Packing: GP 80/100 Carbopack C/0.: 13860-U (general configuration stock column. 795-0244 Figure 146. 20mL/min 1 2 2.: FID 5. 1-Pentanol 9 11 13 6 10 12 14 15 16 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Min For more information. Ethanol 3. Benzene 6 5 9 8 7 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 For more information. 20mL/min. Acetone Inj. Isopropyl alcohol 5. 3-Methyl-2-butanol 2 12.: 1.: 13860-U (general configuration stock column. Methanol Oven: 125°C 2. No. request Bulletins 816 and 824. 2-Methyl-2-propanol (1-butyl) Inj.

request Bulletins 816 and 824. other stock columns available) Oven: 100°C (6 min) to 140°C at 20°C/min Carrier: nitrogen.: 12718 (general configuration stock column.: 11872 (packing) Column: 20' x 1/8" stainless steel Cat. Isobutyl acetate 3 12.Figure 147. Isobutyl alcohol Inj. p-Xylene 4 17. m. Acetone Carrier: nitrogen. Ethylene dichloride 14 16 14. Butyl Cellosolve & o-Xylene 5 9 10 1 11 7 13 14 17 16 18 15 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Min For more information. request Bulletins 816 and 824.: 11821 (packing) Column: 10' x 1/8" stainless steel Cat. m-Xylene 18. Methylchloroform 20 6. 100ppm each solvent 1. MIBK 11. n-Butyl acetate 14. Methyl ethyl ketone Det. 795-0240 Figure 148. 1. equal proportions 7. Dioxane 10 18 15. Ethyl acetate 6. Solvents (Methanol Through Xylenes) Packing: 20% SP-2100/0. Toluene 9 11 13 13. Styrene 0 1 3 5 6 7 8 Min For more information. Trichloroethylene 1 10.5µL. Carbon tetrachloride. approx. Ethylbenzene 15 16. Methyl ethyl ketone 7. Methyl Cellosolve of neat compounds 8. 2-Nitropropane 10. Solvents (Ethyl Ether Through Styrene) Packing: 10% SP-1000 on 80/100 SUPELCOPORT Cat.: FID 5. Isopropyl acetate 9. Ethylbenzene 16. Methanol other stock columns available) 2.1% Carbowax 1500 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. Chloroform 67 5 17 11. 1. o-Xylene 19. 30mL/min Det. Acetone 5.: FID 2 3 Inj.& p-Xylene 12 2 6 17. Toluene 8 13. No. Tetrachloroethylene 19 12. Cellosolve acetate 4 18. Isooctane 8 3. Carbon disulfide 4. 20mL/min 4.: 5µL CS2 approx. Ethanol Oven: 100°C 3.2-Trichloroethane 20. No. No. Benzene 9. 795-0241 80 . Methylene chloride 12 8.: 12719 (general configuration stock column. Diacetone alcohol 15.1. Ethyl ether 2. No.: 0.

Min request Bulletin 824.: 12592 (general configuration stock column. Min 795-0245 Figure 150. No. 2-Nitropropane 29 17.: 0. Methyl ethyl ketone (MEK) 12. Cyclohexanone 6 9 11 21 22. Methyl Cellosolve 13. n-Butyl acetate 14 19 24.1% Carbowax 1500 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. n-Propyl acetate 3 20. Ethylbenzene 30.: 11813-U (packing) 3. Methylene chloride Cat. Toluene 2 7. Methyl ethyl ketone 4. Methanol Packing: 80/120 Carbopack B/3% SP-1500 2.: FID Inj. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 request Bulletins 816 and 824. Isobutyl acetate 13 15 16 Impurity 22 27 28 23.8 10 25. n-Butyl alcohol 18. Isopropyl alcohol 2. Ethyl acetate 3. sec-Butyl acetate 4 21. sec-Butyl alcohol 14. Isobutyl acetate 3 7. Butyl Cellosolve 31 12 28. No.24.: 11822 (packing) Column: 10' x 1/8" stainless steel Oven: 100°C Carrier: nitrogen. n-Propyl acetate 5 6. 6. Toluene 1 5. MIBK 8. approx. m-Xylene 31.25 10. Isoamyl acetate 20 32 29. Ethyl formate Oven: 70°C to 225°C at 4°C/min 8.1µL. Industrial Solvents 1. Isobutyl alcohol 16. Mesityl oxide 7 2 6 8 For more information. Methyl formate Cat. Isopropyl alcohol other stock columns available) 7. No. n-Propyl alcohol 1 23. 713-0787 81 . Solvents — Ketone-Retarding Column Solvents Packing: 20% SP-2401/0. Cellosolve acetate 27. Acetone 5. Mesityl oxide 18 26 5 17 26. p-Xylene 32. Tetrahydrofuran (THF) 11. Ethyl Cellosolve 19. Ethyl acetate 30 15. equal proportions of neat components 4 1. o-Xylene 0 4 8 12 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 For more information. 20mL/min Det. Methyl acetate 9.Figure 149. Ethanol Column: 10' x 1/8" stainless steel 4.

25 27. Cyclohexanone 30. Industrial Solvents Packing: 60/80 Carbopack B/1% SP-1510 Cat. Ethanol 22. p-Xylene 29 32. n-Butyl alcohol 27. n-Butyl acetate 4. n-Butyl acetate 5.: 0. n-Propyl acetate 29. Acetone 15. Isobutyl alcohol 24. approx.: 0.8 13. Ethyl formate 17.: FID 16. n-Propyl alcohol 19.3µL.27 4 7 28 12 21 31. sec-Butyl alcohol 5 30 6 9 11 14 15 Impurity 20 10 22 23 2 13 16 17 19 28 4 27 18 26 21 31. Tetrahydrofuran (THF) 28. Methyl acetate 24. No. 713-0788 Figure 152. Tetrahydrofuran (THF) 20. Cellosolve acetate 8. Methyl formate 21. Isopropyl alcohol 16. n-Propyl acetate 1. Toluene 1 6. Ethylbenzene 10.: FID Inj. 2-Nitropropane 26.32 12 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 Min For more information. Ethyl acetate 25. Ethyl formate 26. Isopropyl alcohol 25. Butyl Cellosolve 9.3µL. Toluene 6.Figure 151. sec-Butyl acetate 3.: 11809 (packing) Column: 10' x 1/8" stainless steel Oven: 100°C to 225°C at 8°C/min Carrier: nitrogen. n-Butyl alcohol volume (approx. Industrial Solvents Packing: 80/100 Carbopack C/0. Methyl ethyl ketone (MEK) 21. 20mL/min Det. Isobutyl acetate 4. Acetone 23. Methylene chloride 24.: 11820 (packing) Column: 10' x 1/8" stainless steel Oven: 70°C to 225°C at 4°C/min 14. 2-Nitropropane Inj. Methyl Cellosolve 31. 3% each component by 17. Methyl ethyl ketone (MEK) 30. Methanol 20. Isoamyl acetate 3 9. p-Xylene 6 20 5 11 14 17 Impurity 16 19 29 10 15 22 24 23 30 2 18 26. Mesityl oxide 5. o-Xylene 7. Isobutyl alcohol Carrier: nitrogen. request Bulletin 824. request Bulletin 824.32 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 Min For more information. equal proportions of neat components 1. 12µg each) 18. Ethyl Cellosolve 28. sec-Butyl acetate 2.1% SP-1000 Cat.9 13 25 32. Methyl acetate 18. o-Xylene 8. Ethylbenzene 11. n-Propyl alcohol 29. Methylene chloride 14. Methyl formate 12. m-Xylene 3 12. m-Xylene 31. sec-Butyl alcohol 23. No. Isoamyl acetate 10. Ethanol 13. Mesityl oxide 7. Ethyl acetate Det. Isobutyl acetate 1 3. Methanol 11. Methyl Cellosolve 22. Ethyl Cellosolve 19. 20mL/min 15. Cyclohexanone 2. Cellosolve acetate 7. 713-0789 82 . Butyl Cellosolve 8.

t-Butanol 6. n-Propyl acetate 10. p-Xylene 18 19 I 5 32. C1-C5 Packing: 80/100 Carbopack F-SL Column: 2m x 2mm ID TightSpec glass 4 8 Oven: 130°C 3 Carrier: nitrogen. n-Butyl alcohol 7.32 2 12 21 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 Min For more information. 2-Nitropropane 6. Isoamyl acetate 11 13 17 25 29. n-Propyl alcohol 19. Ethanol 9 3. 3-Pentanol 15 13. i-Propanol 4. 4. Methylene chloride 16. Isopropyl alcohol 17. 713-1069 83 . n-Butanol 11 6 9.29 30 25. Toluene 28.8 31. 2-Methyl-1-propanol 8. request Bulletin 824. Isobutyl acetate ketone (MEK) 23. Ethyl Cellosolve 9. Acetone 15. 2-Methyl-2-butanol 12 10. m-Xylene 16 I 26. Tetrahydrofuran 20. n-Butyl acetate 9 24. 2-Pentanol 10 16 14. Ethyl acetate Inj. Methyl formate 13. Mesityl oxide 4 26. n-Propanol 5 5. 20mL/min 2. Butyl Cellosolve 24 28. 3-Methyl-2-butanol 12. Methanol 12. Ethylbenzene 20 10 22 23 30.: 0. Ethanol 14.27 31. 2-Methyl-1-butanol 15. sec-Butyl acetate 11. sec-Butyl alcohol Det. Cyclohexanone 1 6 (THF) 21.Figure 153. 3-Methyl-1-butanol 16. request Bulletin 824. 2. 15mL/min 7 1. Cellosolve acetate 14. Isobutyl alcohol 3% each solvent 5. i-Butanol 2 13 7. 795-0248 Figure 154. Methyl ethyl 22.15 27. Ethyl formate I Impurity 3 8. Methyl acetate 18.05µL solvents mix. Methyl Cellosolve Carrier: nitrogen. Methanol 2. n-Pentanol 0 1 2 3 4 5 Min For more information.2-Dimethyl-1-propanol 14 1 11. Alcohols. Industrial Solvents Solvents/Alcohols Packing: 60/80 Carbopack F-TA Column: 2m x 2mm ID glass Oven: 75°C (2 min) to 225°C at 4°C/min 1. o-Xylene 7.: FID 3.

: FID 3. 20mL/min Det. Galactose 12. Rhamnose 5.4 2. No. Deoxyribose Inj.: 4µL 3.Figure 155. Glucose 2 13. Mannose 4 11. No. Ribose 1 7. Galactose 12. Deoxyribose 5 4. Glyceraldehyde Carrier: nitrogen.: FID 1. Arabinose 8. Erythrose Det. Glyceraldehyde Inj. Inositol 7 6 10 9 11 8 12 13 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 Min 795-0247 84 .: 11863 (packing) Column: 6' x 2mm ID glass Oven: 225°C Carrier: nitrogen. Glucose 13. Deoxyglucose 10. Xylose 9. Fucose 6.: 11802 (packing) Column: 6' x 2mm ID glass Oven: 225°C 1. Fucose 6. Sugars Packing: 3% SP-2340 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. Rhamnose 5. Ribose 3 7. Erythrose 3. Xylose 5 9. Deoxyglucose 1 10.: 5µL 4. Sugars Packing: 3% SP-2330 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat. 20mL/min 2. Mannose 11. Inositol 2 7 6 10 9 11 8 12 13 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 Min 795-0249 Figure 156. Arabinose 8.

: 12370-U (general configuration stock column. No.Figure 157. approx. request Bulletin 722. Carbon dioxide 4. Nitrogen Carrier: helium.: 1µL of 1000ppm SO2 in N2. Sulfur Dioxide in Nitrogen Sugars/Sulfur & Mercaptans Packing: 45/60 Carboxen-1000 1 Column: 2' x 1/8" stainless steel Cat. Methane 3. 30mL/min 2. No. other stock columns available) Oven: 190°C 1. Propylene 10.: TCD Inj. Carbonyl sulfide 9.: 10301-U (packing) 2 Column: 8' x 1/8" Oven: 90°C 1. Ethane 7. Ethylene 5. 795-0251 85 . Propadiene 6 3 7 8 45 10 9 11 0 2 4 6 Min For more information. 795-0250 Figure 158. Sulfur Gases and Hydrocarbons Packing: HayeSep Q 1 Cat. Sulfur dioxide Det. Air Carrier: helium. Propane 11. Hydrogen sulfide 8. 1µg SO2 on column 2 0 1 2 Min For more information. request Bulletin 722. Acetylene 6. 30cc/min 2.

5%) 3 2 0 2 4 6 8 For more information.. 100°C 1.Figure 159. Carbon Dioxide. 0.1%) 3. Carbon dioxide (2%) 3. 2. Air (balance) 4 2.E.: 10293 (packing) Column: 10' x 1/8" Ni Oven: 60°C Carrier: helium. No. 100 microliters. Carbon dioxide (approx. Min 795-0252 Figure 160. Hydrogen sulfide (3%) 4 0 2 4 Min For more information. and Water Packing: 100/120 HayeSep D 1 Cat. request Bulletin 722. 795-0253 86 . Water (approx.E. Hydrogen sulfide (approx.5%) 5.5%) 4. Water (0. 225ma.: Valco valve. 140°C 1. Carbon Dioxide. Hydrogen Sulfide. 2. Hydrogen Sulfide. 225ma Inj. 900 T. Nitrogen. 50 microliters vapor (ambient).C. 900 T.: P.: Valco valve.C. 30cc/min Det.: P. request Bulletin 722. 140°C Inj. 30cc/min Det. Nitrous oxide (3%) 4.: 10293 (packing) Column: 10' x 1/8" stainless steel Oven: 80°C Carrier: helium.. Nitrogen (balance) 5 2. Nitrous Oxide and Water 1 3 Packing: 100/120 HayeSep D 2 Cat. No.

3mL 1. Light Sulfur Gases. No. H2S Carrier: nitrogen. SO2 4. SF6.: 11502-U (general configuration stock column only) Oven: 35°C Carrier: nitrogen. CS2 6. Methyl disulfide 8. n-Propyl mercaptan 7. Min 713-0806 87 .: 20272 (packing) Column: 1.: 11502-U (general configuration stock column only) Oven: 100°C 1. Ethyl mercaptan mix 5. COS Det.Figure 161. No.: flame photometric 3.: 0. CH3SH Inj. Alkyl Sulfides.: 20272 (packing) Column: 1. Sulfur & Mercaptans and Mercaptans Packing: 40/60Carbopack B HT 100 Cat. COS 2 3. Trace Sulfur Gases Packing: 40/60 Carbopack B HT 100 3 Cat.4m x 1/8" OD Teflon (FEP) 1 Cat. Diethyl sulfide 4 9. Dimethyl sulfide. request Bulletin 722. Ethyl methyl sulfide. H2S 2.4m x 1/8" OD Teflon® (FEP) Cat. 795-0254 Figure 162. CH2SH 4 0 2 For more information. 20mL/min Det. SO2. n-Butyl mercaptan 6 5 7 9 8 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Min For more information. No. request Bulletin 722.: 0. 70mL/min 2 1 3 2.5mL of synthetic 4.: flame photometric Inj. No.

Ethyl mercaptan 2 7.: flame photometric 5. COS 3. Kraft Pulp Mill Stack Gases Packing: Supelpak™-S 1 Column: 30" (18" packed) x 1/8" OD Teflon® (FEP) Cat.: 2mL 2 6.Figure 163. SO2 5. COS 4.25mL 4 2. Methyl mercaptan 6.: flame photometric 1. No. 30mL/min 4. 713-0805 Figure 164. Dimethyl sulfide 8.: 11828 (packing) Column: 6' x 2mm ID glass Oven: 50°C Carrier: nitrogen. SF6 3. (CH3)2S Inj. 713-0807 88 . (CH3)2S2 4 3 5 6 0 2 4 6 Min For more information. SO2 Carrier: helium.5% XE-60/1. request Bulletin 722. H2S Oven: 30°C (1 min) to 210°C at 40°C/min 2. CH3SH Det.: 0. request Bulletin 722. No. H2S Inj. 35mL/min 1 3 Det. Trace Sulfur Gases with C2 Isomeric Sulfur Compounds Packing: GP 60/80 Carbopack B/1.0% H3PO4 Cat.: 12255-U (general configuration stock column only) 1. CS2 5 7 6 8 0 2 4 6 8 10 Min For more information.

request Bulletin 722.: flame photometric Inj. COS in nitrogen 2.: 0.: 0. 795-0255 Figure 166.Figure 165. SO2 7.: 11496 (general configuration stock column only) Oven: 40°C Carrier: nitrogen. 713-0804 89 . No.: flame photometric Inj. approx.5cc of synthetic mix 1 5 2 1. Diethyl sulfide 8. Min request Bulletin 722. Propyl mercaptan. Ethyl mercaptan 4 6. 20mL/min Det.2mL. No. Ethyl methyl sulfide 7. Alkyl Sulfides and Mercaptans Sulfur & Mercaptans Packing: Chromosil 330 Column: 8' (6' packed) x 1/8" OD Teflon (FEP) Cat. Dimethyl sulfide 3 6. 20mL/min Det. Methyl mercaptan 4. 1ppm 1 each component 1. Ethyl mercaptan. CH3SH 3.: 11496 (general configuration stock column only) Oven: 65°C Carrier: nitrogen. COS + H2S 2. SO2 5. H2S 3. CS2 5. Propyl mercaptan 2 5 7 3 6 0 2 4 0 0 For more information. Butyl mercaptan 6 9. CS2 4 4. Trace Light Sulfur Gases and C1-C3 Mercaptans Packing: Chromosil 330 Column: 8' (6' packed) x 1/8" OD Teflon (FEP) Cat. Methyl disulfide 9 7 8 0 2 4 6 8 10 Min For more information.

: 11501 (general configuration stock column only) Oven: 50°C Carrier: nitrogen. COS component in nitrogen 2. No. SO2 1 3 4 0 2 4 6 Min For more information.Figure 167. 50mL/min 4.: flame photometric Inj.3mL of synthetic mix 6. H2S 3. 20mL/min 2 Det. request Bulletin 722. Light Sulfur Gases at Percent Concentrations Packing: Chromosil 310 1 Column: 6' x 4mm ID glass 3 Cat. 1ppm each 1. SO2 2 4 5 6 0 2 4 6 Min For more information. Air 2.: 11501 (general configuration stock column only) 1.: thermal conductivity 5. Trace Light Sulfur Gases Packing: Chromosil 310 Column: 8' (6' packed) x 1/8" OD Teflon (FEP) Cat.5mL approx. CS2 Inj.: 0. COS Carrier: helium. CS2 4. 713-0803 90 .: 0. CO2 Oven: 40°C 3. H2S Det. No. request Bulletin 722. 794-0844 Figure 168.

80mL/min Det.: 0.5% H3PO4 on 40/60 Chromosorb T Column: 36' x 0. Methyl mercaptan 5.085" ID Teflon Cat. request Bulletin 722. Dimethyl sulfide & CS2 7.: FPD Inj.2mL nitrogen approx. H2S & COS 3.5% H3PO4 on 40/60 Chromosorb T Column: 36' x 0. SF6 2 2.: 11500 (general configuration stock column only) Oven: 50°C Carrier: nitrogen. SO2 4. request Bulletin 722.: 11500 (general configuration stock column only) Oven: 50°C Carrier: nitrogen. 794-0850 Figure 170. (CH3)2S 4 5 6 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 2 x 10-6 1 x 10-6 4 x 10-8 2 x 10-8 For more information. No. and Disulfides Sulfur & Mercaptans Packing: 12% polyphenyl ether/0. settings on figure) Inj. 1ppm each analyte 2 1.085" ID Teflon Cat. n-Propyl mercaptan 8. SO2 4. No. Methyl ethyl sulfide 9. iso-Butyl mercaptan 10. C2H5SH 6.: flame photometric (sens. 100mL/min Det. Sulfides.: 0. Sulfur Gases Packing: 12% polyphenyl ether/0. Mercaptans.Figure 169. Ethyl mercaptan 6. 713-0808 91 . Air 3 2. n-Butyl mercaptan & Diethyl sulfide 1 4 6 3 5 8 7 10 9 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 18 24 26 Min For more information. CH3SH 5.5cc synthetic mix 1. H2S 3.

Cholesterol (Steroids) Packing: 3% SP-2100 on 80/100 SUPELCOPORT Cat. 5 -Cholestane-3-one 1 4 2. 5 -Cholestane-3 -ol 4. 20mL/min 1.3 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Min 795-0235 Figure 172. No. 5 -Cholestane 2. Cholesterol 3. Cholesterol (Steroids) Packing: 3% SP-2250 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT Cat.Figure 171. No. 20mL/min 1. Cholesterol 3.: 11878 (packing) Column: 3' x 2mm ID glass (stock column available) Oven: 250°C Carrier: nitrogen.: 11987 (packing) Column: 3' x 2mm ID glass Oven: 250°C Carrier: nitrogen. 5 -Cholestane-3 -ol 4. 5 -Cholestane-3-one 4 2 3 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Min 795-0236 92 . 5 -Cholestane 2.

Figure 173. Cholesterol (Steroids)

Steroids
Packing: 3% SP-2401 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT
Cat. No.: 11978 (packing)
Column: 3' x 2mm ID glass
Oven: 250°C
Carrier: nitrogen, 20mL/min

1. 5 -Cholestane
2. Cholesterol
3. 5 -Cholestane-3 -ol
4. 5 -Cholestane-3-one

1

4
3

2

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Min

795-0237

Figure 174. Cholesterol (Steroids)
Packing: 3% SP-2300 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT
Cat. No.: 11888 (packing)
Column: 3' x 2mm ID glass
(stock column available)
Oven: 250°C
Carrier: nitrogen, 20mL/min

1. 5 -Cholestane
2. Cholesterol
3. 5 -Cholestane-3 -ol
4. 5 -Cholestane-3-one

1

4
3
2

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
Min

795-0283

93

Figure 175. Plant Sterols
Packing: 3% SP-2250 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT
Cat. No.: 11878 (packing)
Column: 3' x 2mm ID glass
Oven: 260°C
Carrier: nitrogen, 20mL/min

4

1. Brassicosterol
2. Compesterol
3. Stigmasterol
4. -Sitosterol

2

1

3

0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16
Min

795-0257

Figure 176. Ketosteroids
Packing: 3% OV-225 on 80/100 SUPELCOPORT
Cat. No.: 11957-U (packing)
Column: 6' x 4mm ID glass
Oven: 250°C
Carrier: nitrogen, 20mL/min

1

1. n-Octacosane
2. Androsterone TMS
3. Etiocholanolone TMS
4. Dehydroepiandrosterone TMS
5. 11-Ketoetiocholanolone TMS
6. n-Hexatriacontane
7. 11 -OH-Etiocholanolone TMS
3 4

2

5
6 7

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Min
795-0258

94

Figure 177. Triglycerides

Sterols/Triglycerides
Packing: 1% Dexsil 300 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT
Cat. No.: 11972 (packing, 20g/bottle)
Column: 18" x 1/8" stainless steel
Oven: 275°C to 350°C at 8°C/min
Carrier: nitrogen, 20mL/min
Det.: FID, 350°C
Inj.: 1µL chloroform containing 1µg each triglyceride, 325°C

1. Trilaurin
1 2. Trimyristin
3. Tripalmitin
4. Tristearin

2

3

4

0 2 4 6 8 10 12
Min

713-0944

Figure 178 Pentaerithritol Esters
Packing: 1% Dexsil 300 on 100/120 SUPELCOPORT
Cat. No.: 11972 (packing)
Column: 18" x 1/8" stainless steel
Oven: 125°C to 300°C at 8°C/min
Carrier: nitrogen, 20mL/min
Det.: 350°C

C34 to C48 Alcohols

0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20
Min

795-0259

95

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