Traces of Perchlorate in Drinking Water
19 Nov 2014

Perchlorate is known as a potential contaminant in drinking water. Besides very few natural sources it mainly originates from disinfectants, bleaching, propellants etc. In this application note, the determination of perchlorate in drinking water is determined after separation on a Metrosep A Supp 7 - 250/4.0 and sequential suppression by conductivity detection.

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