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Thermo Fisher Scientific offers intuitive GC column selection tools
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., the world leader in serving science, today announced the availability of intuitive gas chromatography (GC) column selection tools in its 2010-2011 Thermo Scientific Chromatography Columns and Consumables catalog. The ‘GC Column Selection' pages within the new catalog provide a number of tools to aid in selecting the most appropriate product from the Thermo Scientific TRACE family of GC columns for either existing or regulated methods.
The ‘Thermo Scientific TRACE Phase' selection table lists details for the wide array of phases offered in the TraceGOLD, TRACE and TracePLOT GC column ranges. The ‘GC Column Selection by Manufacturer' table provides a quick cross reference for TRACE columns to GC columns from other manufacturers. If an ASTM, NIOSH or US EPA method is being followed, then the ‘Column Selection by Method' tables indicate the best Thermo Scientific product.
The GC Column Selection pages also offer hints and tips for method development selection in terms of column phase, internal diameter, film thickness and column length. Meeting such requirements, the Thermo Scientific TRACE family of GC Columns offers high temperature stability and exhibits low bleed and long lifetimes. From general purpose non-polar to polar columns, TraceGOLD, TRACE and TracePLOT columns provide excellent quality and performance, with guaranteed reproducibility.
Offering 540 pages of innovative and proven chromatography tools, including many novel and unique additions, the new catalog offers the broadest collection of products and techniques to meet all needs, from sample preparation to separation and analysis. This makes it a must-have reference for laboratories utilizing any form of chromatography.
To view the catalog online, order a new catalog or receive further information, see www.thermoscientific.com/catalog.
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