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23348-U Supelco

SP-2560 Capillary GC Column

L × I.D. 75 m × 0.18 mm, df 0.14 μm

  •  eCl@ss 32119290



Related Categories Analytical/Chromatography, Capillary GC Columns and Guard Columns/Retention Gaps, Capillary GC Columns, by name, Fast GC Capillary GC Columns, Gas Chromatography (GC),
material   fused silica
Beta value   321
df   0.14 μm
application(s)   gas chromatography (GC): suitable
L × I.D.   75 m × 0.18 mm
matrix active group   Non-bonded; poly(biscyanopropyl siloxane) phase
column type   capillary highly polar


General description

Application: This highly polar biscyanopropyl column was specifically designed for detailed separation of geometricpositional (cis/trans) isomers of fatty acid methyl esters (FAMEs). It is extremely effective for FAME isomer applications.
USP Code: This column meets USP G5 requirements.
• Non-bonded
• Poly(biscyanopropyl siloxane)
Temp. Limits:
• Subambient to 250 °C (isothermal or programmed)


SP-2560 capillary GC column may be used for analysing fatty acid methyl esters (FAME) using capillary gas liquid chromatography (GLC).

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Fast GC Analysis of Detailed cis/trans Fatty Acid Methyl Esters (FAMEs) on the 75 m SP™-2560 Capillary Column

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Michael D. Buchanan
Reporter US Vol 25.4
Keywords: FAME Analysis, Gas chromatography, Nutrition, Reductions, Separation

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New cis/trans FAME Standard for Optimising GC System Performance

AOCS and AOAC methods for determining the trans fatty acid composition of foods by gas chromatography require the use of a highly polar cyanosilicone capillary column to provide the best peak resolut...
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AnalytiX Volume 9 Article 2
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