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6 — — — — — Water in formalin (and other aqueous organic mixtures); retention characteristics similar to Chromosorb 107 Similar to PorapakQ at lower operating temperatures, but useful for highermolecular-weight solutes Similar to Porapak-P Similar to Porapak-Q Condition at 180°C; highest polarity of Porapak series; not recommended for glycols and amines Silanized Porapak-Q; reduces tailing of high-polarity compounds; condition at 250°C Silanized Porapak-P; condition at 250°C Highest thermal stability of all porous polymers Retention indices are not available for these porous polymers, but a table of relative retentions on some representative solutes is included at the end of this section.
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