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13093-U

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Glass Packed GC Column (fits Agilent, Configuration "A")

phase none, matrix 80/100 Porapak Q support, L × O.D. × I.D. 6.0 ft (1.8 m) × 1/4 in. × 2.0 mm

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SB.54

material

glass column

Quality Level

manufacturer/tradename

Agilent

parameter

0-250 °C temperature (isothermal or programmed)

technique(s)

gas chromatography (GC): suitable

L × O.D. × I.D.

6.0 ft (1.8 m) × 1/4 in. × 2.0 mm

matrix

80/100 Porapak Q support

matrix active group

none phase

column type

packed GC

compatibility

for use with Agilent Configuration A

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technique(s)

gas chromatography (GC): suitable

technique(s)

gas chromatography (GC): suitable

technique(s)

gas chromatography (GC): suitable

matrix active group

none phase

matrix active group

none phase

matrix active group

4% Carbowax 20M phase

column type

packed GC

column type

packed GC

column type

packed GC

compatibility

for use with Agilent Configuration A

compatibility

for use with Agilent Configuration A

compatibility

for use with Agilent Configuration A

material

glass column

material

glass column

material

glass column

General description

In a packed column, 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. Pyrex glass columns are shaped as desired by coiling at about 700°C. Glass column are in some cases treated with silanizing reagent to eliminate the surface hydroxyl groups which becomes catalytically active and produce asymmetric peaks. Porapak Q is a porous copolymer of styrene and ethylvinylbenzene crosslinked with divinylbenzene which is applicable for quantitative adsorption.
Use a glass column for applications where high inertness is required, such as for the analysis of active analytes. All glass columns undergo a proprietary high temperature silanization to ensure inertness. This column fits Agilent 5880, 5890, 6890. 7820, and 7890 (configuration A, on-column injection, all detectors except TCD).

Storage Class Code

11 - Combustible Solids

WGK

WGK 3

Flash Point(F)

Not applicable

Flash Point(C)

Not applicable


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The adsorption of enkephalin to porous polystyrene beads: a simple assay for enkephalin hydrolysis.
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Introduction to Analytical Gas Chromatography (1997)

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