Join us as we bring together industry leaders in the PFAS analytical testing field to share their own experiences for this exclusive roundtable event.
Explore the role that ICP-MS and supporting technologies play in environmental analysis by joining us for this upcoming webinar.
This study focused on method performance of ion chromatography (IC) with post column derivatization and absorbance detection for determining iron (III), copper (II), nickel (II), and zinc (II) in surrogate nuclear power plant (NPP) waters.
Find out the key role that software plays in a modern and integrated laboratory for elemental analysis by registering for this upcoming webinar on 7 December.
Learn about the latest environmental applications for elemental and contaminant analysis. Subjects areas cover the elemental analysis of lithium mineral samples, analysis of trace elements in lithium hexafluorophosphate electrolyte samples, the...
Separation Science, in collaboration with Thermo Fisher Scientific, offers this guide for environmental sample analysis by ICP-MS providing recommendations for getting started and best practices to streamline workflow.
This application note introduces a method for a faster and more efficient separation of trace concentrations of ionic impurities found in power plant waters using an automated reagent-free ion chromatography system.
This ion chromatography column selection guide enables you to select the best IC column for your application and provides recommendations for each column with a list of suitable applications.
Determination of Inorganic Anions and Organic Acids in Lithium-Borated Nuclear Power Plant Waters using Ion Chromatography
In this on-demand webinar you will learn how a continuously regenerated trap column removes interference from mg/L concentration of either lithium or ammonia in samples, and how ion chromatography with suppressed conductivity detection is the safe...
This on-demand discussion forum enables laboratory professionals to gain knowledge on the choices of instrument available and which is most recommended for specific applications.
This application brief outlines how the integrated Thermo Scientific Dionex Easion IC system coupled with the Dionex AS-DV autosampler provides a simple and low-cost instrument setup for routine determination of inorganic anions in drinking water.
This application brief outlines the determination of cations and ammonium in environmental waters using a Thermo Scientific Dionex IonPac CS16 column on a Dionex Easion IC system in DCR mode.
Read how the City of Atlanta Department of Watershed Management found automated methods using a Thermo Scientific Gallery Plus discrete analyzer to reliably test and supply safe drinking water.
For laboratories that perform routine process water, drinking water and wastewater analysis, Thermo Scientific™ Gallery™ discrete analyzer systems provide increased throughput while lowering the cost per sample for environmental analysis. This...
Read how the Erie County Public Health Laboratory addressed the challenges associated with quantitation of target disinfection by-products DBPs in drinking water per U.S. EPA Method 557 by adopting IC-MS/MS.