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Phenol-d6

certified reference material, 2000 μg/mL in methylene chloride

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Related Categories 600 Series Wastewater Methods, Additional Standards, Analytical Standards, Analytical/Chromatography, EPA,
grade   certified reference material
description   analytical equivalent to Phenol-d6
grade   TraceCERT®
feature   standard type internal/surrogate
packaging   ampule of 1 mL
concentration   2000 μg/mL in methylene chloride
application(s)   HPLC: suitable
  gas chromatography (GC): suitable
Agency/Method   EPA 625
Featured Industry   Environmental
format   single component solution
storage temp.   2-8°C

Description

General description

Phenol-d6 raw material is used to manufacturer this standard. However, phenolic hydrogen exchange occurs naturally, converting phenol-d6 to phenol-d5. In analyzing this standard, your chromatographic system will detect phenol-d5 rather tan phenol-d6.

Other Notes

This Certified Reference Material (CRM) is produced and certified in accordance with ISO Guide 34:2009 and ISO/IEC 17025:2005. All information regarding the use of this CRM can be found on the certificate of analysis.

Application

Refer to the product′s Certificate of Analysis for more information on a suitable instrument technique. Contact Technical Service for further support.

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