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Petrocol® EX2887 Capillary GC Column

L × I.D. 5.0 m × 0.53 mm, df 0.10 μm

Synonym(s):
FS CAP Petrocol® EX 2887 5M 0.1UM .53MM (48273)
eCl@ss:
32119290

Quality Level

material

fused silica

Agency/Method

ASTM® D2887,D7213
meets requirements for USP G1, G2 and G9

parameter

≤25-380 °C temperature (isothermal or programmed)

Beta value

1325

df

0.10 μm

application(s)

gas chromatography (GC): suitable

L × I.D.

5.0 m × 0.53 mm

matrix active group

Bonded; poly(dimethyl siloxane) phase

Featured Industry

Petroleum

column type

capillary non-polar

General description

Capillary GC column is also known as open tubular column. The carrier gas flows through the central aperture and is unrestricted throughout the length of the column.
Application: This column is designed for ASTM D2887 (simulated distillation [Sim Dis] of petroleum fractions) for samples having boiling points greater than 1000 °F.
USP Code: This column meets G1, G2, and G9 requirements.
Phase:
  • Bonded
  • Poly(dimethyl siloxane)
Temp. Limits:
  • Subambient to 380 °C (isothermal or programmed)

Application

Petrocol® EX2887 Capillary Column was used during GC analysis, done in an experiment conducted to identify the organic substances as contaminanats, which were priorily used as lubricants during the manufacturing of alumninum containers. It was also used, to characterize Whiterocks and PR spring bitumens.

Legal Information

ASTM is a registered trademark of American Society for Testing and Materials
Petrocol is a registered trademark of Sigma-Aldrich Co. LLC

Certificate of Analysis

Certificate of Origin

Compositional analysis of bitumen and bitumen-derived products
Subramanian M
Journal of Chromatographic Science, 34 (1), 20-26 (1996)
Identification of organic contaminants in disposable aluminium foil containers
Food Additives and Contaminants, 23 (10), 1030-1037 (2006)
A K Punetha et al.
Journal of chromatographic science, 40(7), 377-382 (2002-08-31)
The estimation of olefinic content in conversion processes such as the etherification of olefins in fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) gasoline is essentially required. Gas chromatography (GC) is the well-established method for the quantitative analysis of olefins in etherification processes. The...
Scott RPW.
Introduction to Analytical Gas Chromatography, 101-102 (1997)

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