AU154: Determination of Bromate in Drinking and Mineral Water by Isocratic Ion Chromatography with a Hydroxide Eluent
DescriptionOzone is a powerful drinking water disinfectant that is effective in treating chlorine resistant organisms. Ozonation is an effective disinfection process that is used worldwide, but will produce bromate if the source water contains bromide. Bromate is a potential human carcinogen and its concentration in drinking water is regulated in many countries. This application update shows that bromate, chlorate, and chlorite can be determined with an isocratic hydroxide eluent to easily meet current bromate regulations.
|Keywords:||Chlorate, Chlorite, Disinfection Byproduct, Mineral Water, Ozonation, fluoride, Nitrate, RFIC, Sulfate, IonPac AS19, Nitrite, Chloride, bromate, Bromide|
|Author:||Weerapong Worawirunwong and Jeffrey Rohrer|
|Affiliation:||Thermo Fisher Scientific|
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.