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AB137: Determination of Inorganic and Organic Acids in Apple and Orange Juice Samples Using Capillary ICInstrument Type: IC
Determinations of organic acids in fruit juices are used by the beverage industry for flavor characterization, identification of spoilage, identification of adulteration by a less costly juice, and product labeling. In this study, inorganic anions and organic acids in diluted filtered apple and orange juice samples were determined on a Dionex IonSwift MAX-100 anion-exchange column using electrolytically generated hydroxide gradient from 0.1–65 mM KOH over 25 min at 15 μL/min.
AB135: Determination of Anions and Organic Acids in Brewed Coffee Samples Using Capillary ICInstrument Type: IC
The characteristic aroma, acidity, and flavor of a coffee are attributed to the inorganic anions, organic acids, chlorogenic acid, and monosaccharides content. In this study, inorganic anions and organic acid anions in caffeinated and decaffeinated brewed coffee samples are separated within 20 min by anion-exchange chromatography on a capillary Dionex IonSwift MAX-100 (0.25 × 250 mm) column set using a gradient of potassium hydroxide eluent at 12 μL/min.
AN107: Ions (Anions) in Physiological FluidsInstrument Type: IC
One 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.
TN119: Fast Separations of Organic Acids in an Orange Juice Sample Using High-Pressure Capillary ICInstrument Type: IC
Determinations of organic acid profiles in fruit juices are used in the beverage industry to characterize flavor, identify spoilage and potential sources of adulteration, and to meet labeling requirements for food products. In this study, inorganic anions and organic acids from a diluted orange juice sample are separated by anion-exchange chromatography on a capillary size IonSwift MAX-100 monolith IC column and detected by suppressed conductivity detection. For more information on organic acid determinations in fruit juices, please review AN143. An ICS-6000 can be used for this application.
TN126: Determination of Organic Acids in Beer Samples Using a High-Pressure Ion Chromatography SystemInstrument Type: IC
This Technical Note presents the advantages of the 4 μm particle-size IonPac AS11-HC-4μm column combined with the Dionex ICS-5000+ HPIC system for optimal separation of organic acids and inorganic anions in beer samples using electrolytically generated hydroxide eluent with and without an organic modifier. An ICS-6000 can be used for this application.