Chem Lab 2 Cover - off. Benzene is definitely not present...

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Joshua I Capps Experiment 3 – Gas Chromatography: Analysis of Ethanol in Mouthwash Section 209-01B Unknown #22
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1. Column: 10% Carbowax 20M Temperature Injection: 121° C Temperature of Column: 121° C Temperature of Detection: 154° C Pressure: 14 psi Flow Rate: 24 mt/min 4. Chlorobenzene is definitely not present because the peak area with the accompanying retention time is 200 units away. Methyl cyclohexane is definitely present because the peak area for the corresponding retention time is only 14 units
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Unformatted text preview: off. Benzene is definitely not present because to peak area for the corresponding retention time is 400 units off. P-Xylene is definitely present because the peak area for the corresponding retention time is only 18 units off. Toluene is very likely present because the peak area for the corresponding retention time is about 150 units off, which is somewhat close to the peak area, yet it is also a good distance different....
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This note was uploaded on 04/25/2008 for the course CHEM 209 taught by Professor Greg during the Spring '07 term at University of Louisville.

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Chem Lab 2 Cover - off. Benzene is definitely not present...

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