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Thermo Scientific™ TRACE™ TR-FAME GC Columns

For separation of cis/trans isomers and FAMEs with various degrees of unsaturation, choose this low-bleed, high-polarity column optimized for FAME analysis.

Brand:  Thermo Scientific™ 260M238P

Additional Details : Weight : 0.11000kg

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Product Code. 16031412

  • 1449.21 EUR / Each
Estimated Shipment: 22-12-2022
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Choose Thermo Scientific™ TRACE™ TR-FAME GC Columns for separation of cis/trans isomers and fatty acid methyl esters (FAMEs) with various degrees of unsaturation. The TRACE TR-FAME column is a cyanopropylphenyl-based phase specifically designed for the separation of FAMEs. It is also suitable for any application that requires a high-polarity column for use with MS detection.

Excellent Quality and Reproducibility

  • Low bleed for MS, even at elevated temperatures
  • Outstanding robustness for difficult separations
  • Reliable and reproducible performance
  • Polar phase, 70% cyanopropyl polysilphenylene-siloxane
  • Higher operating temperature than other columns
  • Applications:

  • FAMEs
  • FAMEs cis/trans isomers
  • Recommended Uses:

  • FAMEs
  • Similar To:

  • DB-23
  • BPX70
  • Rtx™-2330
  • SP™-2330
  • CP-Sil 88
  • SP™-2380
  • HP-23
  • VF-23ms
  • 007-23
  • AT™-Silar
  • PE-23
  • Specifications


    Trace™ TR-FAME
    GC/MS for the Analysis of Fatty Acid Methyl Esters (FAMEs)
    0.25 mm
    0.2 μm
    0.25 mm
    100 m


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