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Elite-624 Column - 60 m x 0.53 mm I.D., 3 µm

Selective for volatile organics and residual compounds. For uses at temperatures up to 300-320°C.

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The Elite-624 column is a specially engineered, low to mid-polarity (6%-cyanopropylphenyl)-dimethylpolysiloxane phase. The unique polarity of this phase makes it ideal for analyzing volatile organic pollutants and it is recommended in U.S. EPA methods. The Elite-624 phase produces greater than 90% resolution of the first six gases in EPA Methods 8260 and 524.2. This stationary phase is especially well-suited for EPA Method 524.2 since it resolves 2-nitropropane from 1,1-dichloropropanone, which share quantification ion m/z 43 and must be separated chromatographically.

Specifications

Film Thickness 3.0 µm
Inner Diameter 0.53 mm
Length 60.0 m
Phase Elite-624
Technology Type Gas Chromatography (GC)
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