Ion Chromatography for Food Analysis: Precise, Safe, and Economical
18 Sep 2014

Ion chromatography (IC) is a versatile, proven method in food and beverage analysis that enables chemically similar substances to be determined in parallel in a single analysis. This webinar focuses on applications for food safety in milk products, for quality control issues in meat and fish, and for monitoring health-hazardous ions in soft drinks and bakery products. You will also learn how to improve efficiency using automated sample preparation.

This webinar will cover:

• Benefits of IC compared with HPLC or other analysis methods
• Possible application areas from trace level to the g/L range
• Capabilities and principles of inline sample preparation techniques, e.g. Inline Ultrafiltration, Inline Dialysis and Inline Dilution
• Capabilities and limits of detection techniques, e.g. conductivity, UV/VIS, amperometric and MS detection
• Optimizing IC instrumentation to reduce costs and time, and improve robustness and reliability

Metrohm AG



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