Ion Chromatography

IC

INTRODUCTION

The term Ion Exchange Chromatography or Ion Chromatography (IC) is a subdivision of High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC).A general definition of ion chromatography can be applied as follows: “ion chromatography includes all rapid liquid chromatography separations of ions in columns coupled online with detection and quantification in a flow-through detector.”A stoichiometric chemical reaction occurs between ions in a solution and a solid substance carrying functional groups that can fix ions as a result of electrostatic forces. In anion chromatography these are quaternary ammonium groups. In theory, ions with the same charge can be exchanged completely reversibly between the two phases. The process of ion exchange leads to a condition of equilibrium; the side to which the equilibrium lies depends on the affinity of the participating ions to the functional groups of the stationary phases.

TYPES OF SAMPLE

Water / Liquid samples

SPECIFICATION

 Brand : Metrohm

 Model : ADVANCE MODULAR IC

 Year : December 2009

PERSON IN CHARGE

1. Nurul Salma binti Ruslan (+609 549 3345 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

COST OF ANALYSIS

Status Rate Remark
Internal RM 30 Per ion
External RM 60 Per ion
*Price not include GST 6%

REFERENCE

http://products.metrohm.com

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