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AN73865: Pyrohydrolytic Combustion Ion Chromatography Determination of Total Chlorine and Sulfur in Cleanroom Gloves Be the first to rate this application


In the electronics industries, material cleanliness is important as ionic and organic contamination can cause damage to electronic devices. It is especially important that disposable gloves have low anionic contamination because gloves worn during the work period typically contact product or other surfaces in the process, and therefore can easily transfer anionic and particulate contamination to the final product. Combustion IC (CIC) has the advantages of eliminating complex sample matrices, such as gloves and other solid materials to directly measure the total chlorine and total sulfur.
Market: Electronics & Semiconductors
Keywords: RFIC, IC, Chloride, Sulfate, CIC, combustion IC, total sulfur, Dionex IonPac AS17-C column, total chlorine, cleanliness, cleanroom gloves
Matrix: Fig 4B nitrile cleanroom glove
Author: Terri Christison, and Jeff Rohrer
Affiliation: Thermo Fisher Scientific, Sunnyvale, CA USA
Uploaded on 12/17/2020.

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