EPA Method 310A


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EPA Method 310A:
DETERMINATION OF RESIDUAL HEXANE THROUGH GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY

Summary:
This method, utilizing a capillary column gas chromatograph with a flame ionization detector, determines the concentration of residual hexane in rubber crumb samples.

Scope:
This method is used to analyze any crumb rubber or water samples for residual hexane content. The sample is heated in a sealed bottle with an internal standard and the vapor is analyzed by gas chromatography.

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