AN86: Determination of Trace Cations in Power Plant Waters Containing Morpholine (Method 2)
DescriptionMorpholine and ammonium are used as additives in power plant waters. Morpholine acts as a corrosion inhibitor, whereas ammonium is used to control pH. In this matrix, it is critical to determine the presence of inorganic cation contaminants. This method uses the IonPac CS14 column to quantify trace concentrations of lithium, sodium, potassium, magnesium, and calcium in the presence of high levels of ammonium and morpholine. Acetonitrile can be added to the eluent to improve peak shape and optimize resolution for some of the cations of interest.
|Keywords:||Magnesium, morpholine, Lithium, Suppressed conductivity detection, Ammonium, Potassium, trace cations, Calcium, Sodium, Power Plant Waters, IonPac CS14 column|
|Matrix:||Power plant water|
|Affiliation:||Thermo Fisher Scientific|
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