Learn about our latest innovations in ion chromatography (IC). Developed with you in mind, they provide leading edge capabilities that help you meet the ever increasing requirements of productivity, performance and simplicity.
Written by leading renowned international expert in Analytical Chemistry, Dr. Joachim Weiss, “Basics of Ion Chromatography” provides a comprehensive introduction to IC with more than 250 pages.
This industrial IC compendium presents summaries of the latest releases in each of the following areas: Chemicals, Materials, Batteries, Electronics, Oil and Gas, Biofuels, and Power.
Our analytical instruments are used to provide solutions for environmental water testing for a wide range of regulated and emerging inorganic elements and organic compounds. Complete this form for your free copy.
Utilize mass detection when you need to ensure analytical confidence and dramatically improve the detection capability of your Thermo Scientific Dionex Integrion or ICS-6000 Hybrid HPIC System. IC-MS maximizes the ability to detect and quantify unexpected co-elutions of components and to confirm trace components.
With the ability to operate with ease at high backpressures, Thermo Scientific Dionex HPIC systems deliver a new level of speed and resolution.
See what the world’s first Dionex HPIC capillary systems and columns have to offer. With the always-on and walk-up ready capillary IC, you get increased productivity and all the benefits of high pressure operation.
All that’s needed on an RFIC-EG system is a high-purity source of deionized water. Just add water to generate the eluent.
Since the advent of ion chromatography, eluent choice has been one of the key factors affecting the usability and performance of IC systems. Today, there is probably a standard eluent for your application, but you still have a lot of choices that affect usability. Read on to discover some of the considerations when choosing how to prepare your eluent or watch the educational video, to the right.
With eluent regeneration, effluent that would otherwise flow to waste is directed to an electrolytic device and regenerated, to be used again as fresh eluent.
An ideal method for identifying different versions of a molecule, IC-ICP-MS, can be imperative for the sample's toxicity.
Ion-exchange chromatography with suppressed conductivity for amine analyses is ideal for organic amine analysis.
Ammonia is a hazardous substance that can be found in drinking water, pharmaceuticals, and even soil.
Weak-acid preservatives are anions widely used to prevent microbial spoilage of acidic foods and beverages. Some require concentrations on food labels.
It is important to distinguish between the toxic and nontoxic arsenic forms when measuring arsenic in drinking water or other consumables.
Consuming high concentrations of biogenic amines such as histamine and serotonin—which are naturally present in many foods—can result in unwanted symptoms.
The plating and mining industries can release cyanide into the air from burning coal and plastics. The metal cyanides can dissociate to release the toxic substance HCN into water.
Halides are binary compounds formed by combining a metal with one of the five halogen elements (chlorine, bromine, fluorine, iodine, and astatine).
Various industries use organic acids to prevent and treat corrosion, while the beverage industry uses them to enhance flavor, color, and aroma for stability and microbiological control.
The use of ion chromatography to characterize, quantitate, and analyze pharmaceuticals for purity, counter ions, and excipients.
Ion chromatography with suppressed conductivity detection is a widely-used technique to help determine inorganic anions such as phosphate.
Some transition metals have been linked to disease and can contaminate soil or water when disposed of incorrectly.
The live event may be over, but the 2022 Global IC Symposium is now available on-demand. Watch any of the 15 presentations or three workshops, submit questions to the presenters (they will reply soon afterward), and visit the virtual resource center to learn about our IC portfolio and contact us with any questions. Take charge of your IC analysis now.
Lab ideas for people – like yourself– in analytical labs making medicines, directed by topics, ideas and thoughts from your fellow medicine makers. Each month, a new theme addresses challenges and solutions around technology and workflows.
Here’s a collection of resources to learn about the feature sets that make this software both powerful and easy to use.