Ion Chromatography Applications
Describes recent advances in ion chromatography and demonstrates how it is used to solve scientific and industrial problems. The basic principles of ion chromatography are explained, including gradient elution of ions and micromembrane suppressors. The various anion and cation exchange columns together with various detection methods and applications of ion chromatography in the environmental and life sciences and industry are reviewed. Over 100 chromatograms which illustrate parameters needed to perform analysis and data on gradient and mobile phase ion chromatography are included.
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Anion Detection without Chemically Suppressed Conductivity
Ion Chromatography Exclusion ICE
acetate acetonitrile amines amino acids Anal analyte ions anion separator columns applications AS-5 column automated bicarbonate bicarbonate/carbonate eluent boric acid capacity factor carbohydrates carboxylic acids cation analysis cation exchange Chem chemically suppressed conductivity chloride Chromatogr co-elute complex conductivity detector containing cyanide deionized water detergents determined dilute dissociated divalent divinylbenzene EDTA electrochemical detection electrode eluent eluent concentration exchange resin flow rate fluoride gradient elution guard column HC1 eluent HPICE AS-1 HPLC hydrophobic hydrophobic anions ICE column injected ion chro ion chromatography ion exchange capacity ion-pairing reagent ionic isocratic membrane methods micromembrane suppressor Minutes FIGURE monovalent MPIC column NaOH nitrate nonionic oxalate oxidation packed-bed suppressor PDCA peak phosphate plating baths plating solutions polystyrene/divinylbenzene post-column reaction pump regenerant retention separation and detection shown in Figure sodium carbonate standard strongly retained sulfate sulfonated sulfuric acid suppressor column theoretical plates transition metals UV-visible detector valve void volume