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47885-U

Supelco

Supelco® 37 Component FAME Mix

10 mg/mL in methylene chloride (varied), analytical standard

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analytical standard

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ampule of 1 mL

concentration

10 mg/mL in methylene chloride (varied)

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dry ice

storage temp.

−20°C

General description

This product has been upgraded to a certified reference material (CRM). Please order using catalog number CRM47885.

Use this qualitative standard to identify key fatty acid methyl esters in a variety of food products. The complex nature of this mix eliminates the need to purchase multiple mixtures for identification while minimizing expenses.

For information on the chromatographic analysis of this standard, please contact Technical Services at techservice@sial.com.

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Description

    cis-13,16-Docosadienoic acid methyl ester 2 wt. %
    cis-4,7,10,13,16,19-Docosahexaenoic acid methyl ester 2 wt. %
    cis-11,14-Eicosadienoic acid methyl ester 2 wt. %
    cis-5,8,11,14,17-Eicosapentaenoic acid methyl ester 2 wt. %
    cis-8,11,14-Eicosatrienoic acid methyl ester 2 wt. %
    cis-11,14,17-Eicosatrienoic acid methyl ester 2 wt. %
    cis-11-Eicosenoic acid methyl ester 2 wt. %
    Methyl cis-10-heptadecenoate 2 wt. %
    Methyl hexanoate 4 wt. %
    Methyl γ-linolenate 2 wt. %
    Methyl arachidate 4 wt. %
    Methyl arachidonate 2 wt. %
    Methyl behenate 4 wt. %
    Methyl butyrate 4 wt. %
    Methyl decanoate 4 wt. %
    Methyl dodecanoate 4 wt. %
    Methyl elaidate 2 wt. %
    Methyl erucate 2 wt. %
    Methyl heneicosanoate 2 wt. %
    Methyl heptadecanoate 2 wt. %
    Methyl linoleate 2 wt. %
    Methyl linolelaidate 2 wt. %
    Methyl linolenate 2 wt. %
    Methyl myristate 4 wt. %
    Methyl myristoleate 2 wt. %
    Methyl oleate 4 wt. %
    Methyl octanoate 4 wt. %
    Methyl palmitate 6 wt. %
    Methyl palmitoleate 2 wt. %
    Methyl pentadecanoate 2 wt. %
    Methyl cis-10-pentadecenoate 2 wt. %
    Methyl stearate 4 wt. %
    Methyl tricosanoate 2 wt. %
    Methyl tetracosanoate 4 wt. %
    Methyl tridecanoate 2 wt. %
    Methyl undecanoate 2 wt. %
    Methyl cis-15-tetracosenoate 2 wt. %
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