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radiello BTEX Calibration Kit (CS2 Desorption)

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The BTEX Calibration Kit (CS2 Desorption) was designed for the analysis of BTEX in urban environments. The mass of each compound loaded onto each cartridge span the extreme ranges represented in most urban environments. The kit may be used for both routine calibration and quality control. The kit consists of twelve RAD130 Cartridge Adsorbents. Three of which are blanks and nine, divided into three concentration groups, are preloaded with BTEX to simulate 7 day exposures (100,080 minutes). Concentrations are described in the listed table. The values shown are indicative. Actual concentrations are certified for each lot. The cartridges are stable for at least four months when stored at 4°C.

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radiello is a trademark of Institi Clinici Scientifici Maugeri

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radiello® Diffusive Air Sampling Application - VOCs Chemically Desorbed With CS2

White diffusive body Product No. RAD120 Supporting plate Product No. RAD121 Vertical adapter Product No. RAD122 (optional) Adsorbing cartridge Product No. RAD130
Keywords: Adsorption, Chromatography, Diffusion, Environmental, Flame ionization detector, Gas chromatography, Gene expression, PAGE, Purification, Sample preparations, Size-exclusion chromatography, Solvents

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