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Gas chromatographic analysis of ethylbenzene hydroperoxide

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A gas chromatographic method, based on the time normalization technique, is described for the analysis of ethylbenzene hydroperoxide in mixtures containing ethylbenzene, acetophenone, 1-phenylethanol, benzaldehyde and phenol. Different liquid phases were tested and the best results were obtained with tricresyl phosphate and neopentyl glycol sebacate. The influence of the support, the liquid loading and the gas velocity are discussed.

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Stănescu, U., Fărcas, A. & Petruta, V. Gas chromatographic analysis of ethylbenzene hydroperoxide. Chromatographia 15, 183–185 (1982). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02261537

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  • Gas chromatography
  • Analysis of ethylbenzene hydroperoxide
  • Time normalization method