Determination of Urea in Ultrapure Water Applying IC-MS
20 March 2014

Urea is not the typical target analyte for ion chromatography. This application note describes a method combining ion chromatography and mass spectrometry for trace analysis of urea in ultrapure water. This Application Note shows the determination of ppb levels of urea using the Metrosep C 6 - 250/4.0 column with IC-MS coupling .

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