Column for propylene oxide

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Dear

Please support me to identify the column for detecting impurities in propylene oxide

Impurities as below
C4-c9
Acetaldehyde
Formaldehyde
Propionaldehyde
Acetone
Cumene
Ethylbenzene
Methanol
Methylformate

Thanks

James
The best sources for finding a place to start on these sorts of things are the column-manufacturer's websites. Restek will allow you to enter your analytes and the search engine will find the best hit for you.

http://www.restek.com

I will tell you that formaldehyde will be a tough one unless you have a methanizer or you derivatize it somehow. It's not very heavy and doesn't burn well in a flame.
Hello.
624/1301 should be OK.
Best regards,
Dmitriy A. Perlow
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