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Supelco

VOCOL® Capillary GC Column

L × I.D. 60 m × 0.32 mm, df 3.00 μm

Synonym(s):
F.S.CAP VOCOL® 60M 3.0UM .32MM
eCl@ss:
32119290

Quality Level

material

fused silica

Agency/Method

EPA TO-17,502.2,624,8015,8260,OLM04.2 VOA,524.2
NIOSH 1003

parameter

≤25-230 °C temperature (isothermal or programmed)

Beta value

27

df

3.00 μm

application(s)

gas chromatography (GC): suitable

L × I.D.

60 m × 0.32 mm

matrix active group

Bonded; proprietary phase

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column type

capillary intermediate polar

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General description

Application: This intermediate polarity column, designed for analyses of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), offers great retention and resolution of highly volatile compounds. Use this column in direct injection ports or coupled to purge and trap systems.
USP Code: None
Phase:
  • Bonded
  • Proprietary
Temp. Limits:
  • ≤0.32 mm I.D., <2 μm: Subambient to 250 °C (isothermal or programmed)
  • ≤0.32 mm I.D., ≥2 μm: Subambient to 230 °C (isothermal or programmed)
  • ≥0.53 mm I.D., <2 μm: Subambient to 250 °C (isothermal or programmed)
  • ≥0.53 mm I.D., ≥2 μm: Subambient to 230 °C (isothermal or programmed)

Application

VOCOL® column (diphenyl dimethyl polysiloxane with crosslinking moieties) may be used for their relevancy to the purge-and-trap technique and GC/MS analysis of 34 volatile organics. It was also found suitable in being used for determination of volatile compounds by whole column cryotrapping.

Legal Information

VOCOL is a registered trademark of Sigma-Aldrich Co. LLC

Certificate of Analysis

Certificate of Origin

Determination of volatile compounds in water by purging directly to a capillary column with whole column cryotrapping.
Pankow JF and Rosen ME.
Environmental Science & Technology, 22 (4), 398-405 (1988)
Re: Bonilha HS, O'Shields M, Gerlach TT, Deliyski DD. Arytenoid adduction asymmetries in persons with and without voice disorders. Logoped Phoniatr Vocol. 2009 Aug 26:1-7. [E-pub ahead of print].
Gerhard Friedrich
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 35(3), 149-149 (2009-11-04)
Ben Barsties et al.
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 41(1), 27-32 (2014-08-05)
The aim of the study was to determine the impact of body height on speaking fundamental frequency (SF0) while controlling for as many as possible influencing factors such as habits, biophysical conditions, medication, diseases, and others. Fifty-eight females were analyzed...
Svante Granqvist et al.
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 40(3), 113-121 (2014-05-29)
Phonation into glass tubes ('resonance tubes'), keeping the free end of the tube in water, has been a frequently used voice therapy method in Finland and more recently also in other countries. The purpose of this exploratory study was to...
Nanna Palle et al.
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 39(1), 19-29 (2012-11-30)
The purpose was to investigate an intervention model for treating preschool children with phonological processes. Six children, three girls and three boys, between 4y 1m and 5y 7m, with similar developmental phonological disorder (PD) received an individually adjusted intervention including...

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