Determination of Trace Level Bromate and Bromide in Drinking Water by Suppressed Conductivity and Mass Spectrometry
13 December 2006

Bromate in drinking water is most commonly formed during disinfection by ozonation of bromide-containing waters. This application note demonstrates the successful determination of these two anions through the coupling of an advanced Metrohm IC System (MIC-2) with suppressed anion chromatography and an Agilent MS detector.

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