AN107: Ions (Anions) in Physiological Fluids
DescriptionOne of the most important applications of IC in clinical chemistry is the analysis of physiological fluids such as urine, plasma, and serum both for inorganic and organic anions and cations. This application note outlines the analysis of physiological fluids using ion chromatography. Part one shows the anion method, the IonPac AS11 is coupled with the Anion Self-Regenerating Suppressor (ASRS) to dramatically reduce eluent conductivity, thus allowing the use of a rapidly increasing hydroxide gradient for the separation of an extensive group of monovalent through trivalent.
|Keywords:||Acetate, Anions, Bromate, Bromide, Carbonate, Chlorate, Chloride, Chlorite, Chromate, cis-Aconitate, Citrate, Fluoride, Formate, IC, IonPac AS11 column, Isocitrate, Isopropylethylphosphonic acid, Ketomalonate, Maleate, Malonate, Methylsulfonic acid, Monochloroacetate, Nitrate, Nitrite, Oxalate, Phosphate, Phthalate, Physiological Fluids, plasma, Propionate, Pyruvate, Quinate, Selenite, Sulfate, trans-Aconitate, Tricarballylate, Trifluoroacetate, Tungstate, urine, Valerate|
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