Restek™ RTX™-5 Capillary Columns, 60m or Longer Available on GSA/VA Contract for Federal Government customers only.

General-purpose, fused silica columns for drugs, solvent impurities, pesticides, hydrocarbons, PCB congeners, essential oils, semivolatiles.

Manufacturer: Restek™ 10242125

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Catalog No. 06-708-646

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    Specifications

    For Use With Drugs, solvent impurities, pesticides, Hydrocarbons, PCB congeners, essential oils, semivolatiles analysis
    Max. Temperature 350°C
    USP Type G27, G36
    Particle Size 0.5μm
    Temperature Range -60 to 330/350°C
    Film Thickness 0.5μm
    Length (Metric) 60m
    Material Stainless Steel
    Technique Crossbond™
    Stationary Phase 5% Diphenyl/95% Dimethyl Polysiloxane
    Packing Material Rtx™-5
    Polarity Low polar
    Coating Fused Silica
    Diameter (Metric) Inner 0.32mm
    Includes Integra guard column

    The diphenyl dimethyl polysiloxane stationary phase is the most popular GC stationary phase and is used in a wide variety of applications. All residual catalysts and low molecular weight fragments are removed from the Rtx-5 polymer, providing a tight monomodal distribution and extremely low bleed.
    • Low-polarity phase
    • Crossbond diphenyl dimethyl polysiloxane
    • Equivalent to USP G27 and G36 phases
    Note
    DB-5MS is a silarylene-based polymer, similar to Rxi-5Sil MS.

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