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AN286: Determination of Trace Copper, Nickel, and Zinc in Boiling Water Reactors Using Nonsuppressed Conductivity Detection Be the first to rate this application

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This work describes the determination of trace concentrations of copper, nickel, and zinc in a boiling water reactor (BWR) matrix (i.e., deionized water) by cation-exchange chromatography using a 2 mm Thermo Scientific Dionex IonPac SCS 1 column and nonsuppressed conductivity detection. A Thermo Scientific Dionex Ultralow Pressure Trace Cation Concentrator (TCC-ULP1) column is used to concentrate 8 mL of sample, which enables detection limits of <0.2 μg/L for copper, nickel, and zinc.
Market: Water Analysis
Keywords: copper, IonPac SCS 1, nickel, Nuclear Power, Oxalic acid, TCC-ULP1, zinc
Matrix: Water
Author: Brian De Borba and Jeff Rohrer
Affiliation: Thermo Fisher Scientific
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