Analyze trace perchlorate and other highly polarizable anions including thiosulfate, iodide, and thiocyanate in a variety of water matrices by ion chromatography (IC) using Thermo Scientific™ Dionex™ IonPac™ AS16-4µm columns. Compared to standard Dionex IonPac AS16 columns, these new Dionex IonPac AS16-4µm columns use smaller resin particles for more efficient separations resulting in more accurate peak integration and more reliable results. Dionex IonPac AS16-4µm columns are the ideal choice for determining trace perchlorate in drinking water in accordance with U.S. EPA Methods 314.0, 314.1, 314.2, and 332.
|Catalog number||Product Size||Type||Diameter (Metric)||Price (USD)|
|302757||'>Each||'>Capillary Separator||'>0.4 mm|
|302758||'>Each||'>Capillary Guard||'>0.4 mm|
|302755||'>Each||'>Microbore Separator||'>2 mm|
|302753||'>Each||'>Standard Bore Separator||'>4 mm|
|302754||'>Each||'>Standard Bore Guard||'>4 mm|
|302756TS||'>Each||'>Microbore Guard||'>2 mm|
Higher resolution is achieved through the use of smaller resin particles, which produce a column backpressure over 3000 psi at the standard flow rates. A high-pressure IC system, such as the Thermo Scientific™ Dionex™ ICS-5000+ HPIC™ system, Dionex Integrion™ HPIC system, or the Dionex ICS-4000 Integrated Capillary HPIC system is required to operate this column under standard conditions.Reduce operating costs with lower eluent requirements
Capillary Dionex IonPac AS16-4µm columns provide the same performance as the standard bore and microbore Dionex IonPac AS16-4µm columns because they are packed with the same material. Operating costs are reduced because the capillary system operates at only 1% of the eluent flow rate of the standard bore system, requiring less eluent and producing less waste.
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