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How to determine trace organic acids and inorganic anions in boric acid-treated power plant waters

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.

Ion Chromatography Column Selection Guide

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...

Discover Which Trace Elemental Instruments are Best for your Analysis

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.

Low-cost determination of anions in municipal drinking water

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.

Low-cost determination of cations and ammonium in environmental waters

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.

Case study: How one city improved its testing and supply of drinking water

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. 

Achieve automated nutrient analysis and water quality monitoring

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...

Fast, direct analysis of disinfection byproducts

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.

IC method for trace borate determination in high-purity waters

This study demonstrated the determination of trace borate in high-purity waters using ion-exclusion chromatography and suppressed conductivity detection. This method offers an integrated solution of trace level boron as borate.

Improve Energy Laboratory Productivity through Pre-configured Software Solutions

This on-demand webinar describes how optimizing downstream processes, with SampleManager LIMS software Refinery Solution, can increase refinery laboratory productivity.

Determination of PFAS in aqueous samples by combustion IC

This application note demonstrates an automated method to determine a range of perfluorinated alkyl substances (PFAS) by combustion IC within environmentally relevant matrices and compare results with existing highly specific methods based on...

Extraction and analysis of poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) from soil

This application note demonstrates how accelerated solvent extraction can extract a variety of PFAS from soil including acids, sulfonates, fluorotelomer sulfonates, and sulfonamide compounds.

[eBook] Routine or Research: GC-Orbitrap for Environmental Analysis

A wide variety of contaminants with the potential to cause harm to humans and animals can make their way into the environment. They can be found in the air, water and soil and may come from sources such as industrial waste, landfill sites,...

Method comparison for the analysis of polyfluoroalkyl substances by EPA Method 537

This application note provides a comparison between HRAM Orbitrap technology and MS/MS for the analysis of polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) by EPA Method 537.

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