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Determination of anions with suppressed conductivity detection

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Determination of the common anions, such as bromide, chloride, fluoride, nitrate, nitrite, phosphate, and sulfate, is often needed in water analytics.

Conventional colorimetric, electrometric and titrimetric methods are available for the determination of individual anions, but ion chromatography provides a single instrumental technique that may be used for rapid, sequential measurement.

This Application Note presents the sensitive determination of anions in water samples using the isocratic AZURA Compact System with suppressed conductivity detection. Typically, anions can be rapidly and easily analyzed using conductivity detection with additional apparatus for the suppression of the eluent’s conductivity.

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