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Carl Fisher, John Guajardo

For the separation of ionic species, ion chromatography (IC), a type of liquid chromatography, is the method of choice. The most critical component of this technique is the separation column, which is selected based on factors that include the specific analytes of interest, the sample type and the required detection levels. This article outlines the column parameters that impact the separation of charged species in solution using ion-exchange chromatography and the developments that have continued to redefine what is possible with an IC system.

Article  |  Issue 16/4 (2020)
Hua Yang, Jeffrey Rohrer

This work demonstrates the determination of inorganic anions in drinking water by ion chromatography.

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