Triethylamine Detection problem on DB-624

Hello everyone,
I am doing the residual solvent method validation of my product by using the Head space GC. In product the solvent which is present is Methanol, MDC and triethylamine. There is no problem for the Methanol and MDC but there is problem in TEA detection. As per revised ICH guidline the limit is 5000 ppm for TEA. when i am injecting the STD the TEA peak is very broad and not in proper shape.
My GC method parameter is :-
Column: DB 624
Injector temp.- 220°C
Detector- 250°C
Oven programme : 45°C (5 min. hold) increase temp. to 90°[email protected] 8°C/min.then increase the temp. upto 200°C @20°C (2 min. hold).
Carrier gas flow: 2.5 psi
Split ration 1:5
Runtime 18 min.

Headspace Parameter:
Thermo stating temp. : 85°C
Needle temp.:90°C
Transfer line temp.: 100°C
Injection time : 0.05 min.

Standard preparation: Taking 1390µl TEA in 100 ml flask and make the volume with DMSO. Further dilute 5 ml of this solution to 100 ml with DMSO. Take 5 ml from this and fill the 20 ml headspace vial.

Sample preparation: 500 mg sample in 5 ml DMSO.

I am using this method but this method is not suitable for TEA. So kindly suggest any modification in the method or any alternate method for the TEA.

Use piperzine or naoh solution

Dear sir,
problem in Standard solution not in sample. In standard solution peak is broad.

Why don’t you try with DB-5 column. It’ll give good peak shape for TEA