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Metal Packed GC Column (General Configuration)

phase none, matrix 80/100 Porapak N support, L × O.D. × I.D. 6.0 ft (1.8 m) × 1/8 in. × 2.1 mm

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SB.54

material

stainless steel column
stainless steel fittings

Quality Level

manufacturer/tradename

Agilent

parameter

0-190 °C temperature (isothermal or programmed)

technique(s)

gas chromatography (GC): suitable

L × O.D. × I.D.

6.0 ft (1.8 m) × 1/8 in. × 2.1 mm

matrix

80/100 Porapak N support

matrix active group

none phase

column type

packed GC

compatibility

for use with General Configuration

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column type

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column type

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column type

packed GC

column type

packed GC

compatibility

for use with General Configuration

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for use with General Configuration

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compatibility

for use with General Configuration

material

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General description

In packed columns the carrier gas percolates through the porous bed and separation is achieved by moving the solutes apart. Packed columns are made up of two main materials; stainless steel and Pyrex glass. Metal packed columns are more suitable for long and high carrier gas flow rates to tolerate the elevated pressures. Porapak N are porous polymer beads which helps in providing significantly lower background at the carbon emission line. They are suitable for separating H2, CH4, and CO2.
An economical metal column should be used for less demanding applications where the inertness of glass is not required. This column is of a general configuration, and can be carefully bent to fit most instruments.

Application

Stainless steel coulmns packed with Porapak N and molecular sieve may be used to determine the methanogenic degradation by analysing headspace gas with GC.

Storage Class Code

13 - Non Combustible Solids

WGK

WGK 3

Flash Point(F)

Not applicable

Flash Point(C)

Not applicable


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N S Battersby et al.
Applied and environmental microbiology, 55(2), 433-439 (1989-02-01)
The degradation potential of 77 organic chemicals under methanogenic conditions was examined with an anaerobic digesting sludge from the United Kingdom. Degradation was assessed in terms of net total gas (CH(4) plus CO(2)) produced, expressed as a percentage of the
Analysis of formaldelhyde by gas chromatography using porapak n.
Onuska, F., et al.
Journal of Chromatography A, 40, 209-212 (1969)
Determination of impurities in argon by gas chromatography with a microwave-induced plasma detector.
George, Mark A., Jan P. Hessler, and Jon W. Carnahan
Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, 4, 51-54 (1989)
Raymond P. W. Scott
Introduction to Analytical Gas Chromatography (1997)

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