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AN72209: Determination of Trace Concentrations of Oxyhalides and Bromide in Municipal and Bottled WatersInstrument Type: IC
To demonstrate that oxyhalides and bromide can be successfully determined at concentrations required for regulatory standards and guidelines using a Thermo Scientific™ Dionex™ ion chromatography system equipped with a Thermo Scientific™ Dionex™ IonPac™ AS23-4μm column,Thermo Scientific™ Dionex™ CRD 300 Carbonate Removal Device, and a Thermo Scientific™ Dionex™ AERS™ 500 Carbonate Anion Electrolytically Regenerated Suppressor.
TN124: Determination of Inorganic Anions in Acid Rain Using a Dedicated High-Pressure Capillary Ion Chromatography SystemInstrument Type: IC
Ion chromatography is a well-established technique for determining inorganic anions in acid rain. This Technical Note describes the determination of inorganic anions in rain samples by employing high-pressure ion chromatography (HPIC) and the use of a 4 µm particle size column, the Dionex IonPac AS18-4µm.
CAN114: Quantification of Trace and Major Anions in Water by Ion Chromatography in a High-Throughput LaboratoryInstrument Type: IC
Laboratories split their methods because good resolution for the major inorganic anion peaks and a low LOD for bromate determination is a difficult compromise to achieve. This application is a 2 channels method for the determination of fluoride, chloride, chlorite, chlorate, bromide, bromate, nitrite, nitrate, sulfate, and phosphate in different types of water samples without compromise between the sample volume injected in the chromatographic system and a low limit of quantification suitable for trace bromate determinations. An ICS-6000 can be used for this application.
TN62: Reducing Carbonate Interference in Anion Determinations with the Carbonate Removal Device (CRD): Carbonated Mineral WaterInstrument Type: IC
Carbonate can interfere with accurate quantification of adjoining anions, such as sulfate. Here we show the efficient removal of the carbonate peak from a carbonated mineral water sample using the Dionex CRD 200 device.
TN62: Reducing Carbonate Interference in Anion Determinations with the Carbonate Removal Device (CRD): Artificial Drinking Water SampleInstrument Type: IC
Carbonate can interfere with accurate quantification of adjoining anions, such as sulfate. Here we show the efficient removal of the carbonate peak from a synthetic drinking water sample using the Dionex CRD 200 device. In this example, the artificial drinking water sample (#2) contains: 0.1 mg/L of fluoride, nitrite, chlorate, bromide, and phosphate; 5 mg/L nitrate; 50 mg/L sulfate; 100 mg/L chloride and carbonate.