Detection of Brighteners in Copper Plating Baths by Ion Chromatography
29 Jan 2015

Brighteners are added to electroplating baths to improve the brightness of the final surface. The brightener concentration needs to be kept constant to maintain the plating quality. This application note describes the IC part of a simultaneous determination of a brightener by IC and CVS (cyclic voltammetric stripping).

Show    per page
1 of 11     Page  1 2 3  ... Next 
Ion-Exchange Chromatography for Biomolecule Analysis protein purification28 Jan 2015Read
Cyanide and Sulfide Detection Using a New Column for Optimized Separation ion separation22 Jan 2015Read
Tracking Ions from Tap Water to Ultrapure Water ultrapure water, water analysis15 Jan 2015Read
High-Resolution Cation-Exchange Alternative to Peptide Mapping for Protein ID and QA/QC peptide mapping13 Jan 2015Read
Chromate in Toy Migration Solution heavy metals8 Jan 2015Read
Fast IC: Separating Sulfite and Sulfate in Beer chromatography, beer analysis5 Jan 2015Read
Fast IC: Separation of Methylamines within Four Minutes chromatography, amines30 Dec 2014Read
Fast IC: Separation of Standard Cations within Eleven Minutes chromatography18 Dec 2014Read
Methanedisulfonic Acid in a Chromium Plating Baths chromatography16 Dec 2014Read
Hydraulic Fracturing Wastewaters wastewater, fracking15 Dec 2014Read

Popular tags in SelectScience