Standard Method 6040D
EPA TO-13,IP-8,8270,525.2,608.1/608.2,608/8081/OLM04.2 PEST,610,625,8015,8082,8100,8141,8270,OLM04.2 SVOA
meets requirements for USP G27 and G36
FDA LIB 4423
-60-340 °C temperature (isothermal)
-60-360 °C temperature (programmed)
gas chromatography (GC): suitable (fast GC)
20 m × 0.18 mm
Bonded and highly crosslinked; silphenylene polymer virtually equivalent in polarity to poly(5% diphenyl/95% dimethyl siloxane) phase
chemicals and industrial polymers
flavors and fragrances
food and beverages
forensics and toxicology
life science and biopharma
pharmaceutical (small molecule)
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Many of our other 5-type columns (Equity-5, SPB-5, PTE-5, MDN-5, and MDN-5S) incorporate a siloxane polymer (backbone comprised of Si and O atoms only, side groups are either methyl or phenyl). The SLB-5ms column incorporates a silphenylene polymer (backbone comprised of Si and O atoms plus some phenyl groups, side groups are either methyl or phenyl).
The SLB-5ms excels in several performance criteria.· Low Bleed. The highly crosslinked silphenylene polymer chemistry reduces column bleed to a very low level, resulting in greater signal-to-noise level, allowing lower detection levels.· Inertness. The proprietary surface deactivation reduces interactions between analytes and the column surface, resulting in sharper peak shapes, allowing lower detection levels.· Durability. With the highest published maximum allowable operating temperature (MAOT) of any -5ms column, SLB-5ms columns are designed for long life.· Consistency. Innovative manufacturing processes result in decreased column variability, ensuring that the next column is as good as the last.
Any analyst with the need for a non-polar column. Some applications include boiling point separations, GC-MS analyses of semivolatiles, and GC-ECD analyses of pesticides/PCBs. It is estimated that non-polar columns account for 51% of the worldwide column market.
These methods typically specify a 5-type column (DB-5 or equivalent). The SLB-5ms satisfies that requirement.
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