Literature

Phenols

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T408127 Ascentis Express RP-Amide HPLC Columns Product Info. 536 2
T400130 The Quantitative Analysis of Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds on the MDN™-5S Capillary Column  Product Info. 120  23 
T411091 Supelco Air Methods Guide  Product Info. 210  29 
T409118 Ascentis Express HPLC Resource Guide Brochure 2,100 28
T100769 Monitoring Airborne Contaminants in Workplace Atmospheres, Using Sampling Devices and GC or HPLC Bulletin 769 337 12
T109865 GC/HPLC Analyses of Organic Compounds in Drinking Water: US EPA Procedures Bulletin 865 242 16
T199925 SPME Application Guide  Bulletin 925 657   135 
T295022 Improve Resolving Power for Active Analytes by Using an HPLC Phase with Unique Selectivity (Reporter Reprint) Article 93 
T295033 Polyacrylate File Fiber for Solid Phase MicroExtraction of Polar Semivolatiles from Water (Reporter Reprint) Article 928 
T004141 Separation of Catechols and Resorcinols Using Ascentis™ RP-Amide  App Report 141 15
T005225 Phenolic and Benzyl Compounds Using Ascentis™ C18  App Report 225 15
T005226 Phenolic and Benzyl Compounds Using Ascentis™ RP-Amide  App Report 226 15
T006398 Shorter Analysis Time for Method 8270D on the SLB-5ms  App Report 398 115
T006401 US EPA Method 525.2 Semivolatiles by GC-MS on the Supelco SLB™-5ms  App Report 401 90
T006473 US EPA Method 625 Semivolatiles by GC-MS on the Supelco SLB™-5ms  App Report 473 119
T006474 Fast GC-MS Analysis of US EPA Method 8270D Semivolatiles Using Supelco SLB-5ms  App Report 474 205
T006478 US EPA Method OLM04.2 SVOA (CLP Semivolatiles) by GC-MS on the Supelco SLB™-5ms  App Report 478 158
T394017 Polyacrylate Film Fiber for Solid Phase Microextraction of Polar Semivolatiles from Water  App Note 017 122  
T394032 Use Solid Phase Extraction to Isolate Phenols from Aqueous Samples  App Note 032 127  
T394049 SPB-50 Capillary Column for Environmental Applications  App Note 049 137  
T396106 Analysis of Surfactants in Water by SPME/HPLC  App Note 106 134  
T396117 High-Resolution Separations of Nonionic Surfactant Oligomers, Using Normal Phase HPLC  App Note 117 134