IonPac™ AS9-SC Carbonate Eluent Anion-Exchange Analytical Column

IonPac™ AS9-SC Carbonate Eluent Anion-Exchange Analytical Column
by Thermo Fisher Scientific


Achieve fast separation of inorganic anions and oxyhalides in simple matrices. The low capacity Thermo Scientific™ Dionex™ IonPac™ AS9-SC Carbonate Eluent Anion-Exchange Column, specified in U.S. EPA Method 300.0 (B), meets or exceeds the performance requirements of this method. Note: The advanced, high-capacity IonPac AS23 Carbonate Eluent Anion-Exchange Column is recommended for determinati...read more

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Description

 

Achieve fast separation of inorganic anions and oxyhalides in simple matrices.

The low capacity Thermo Scientific™ Dionex™ IonPac™ AS9-SC Carbonate Eluent Anion-Exchange Column, specified in U.S. EPA Method 300.0 (B), meets or exceeds the performance requirements of this method. Note: The advanced, high-capacity IonPac AS23 Carbonate Eluent Anion-Exchange Column is recommended for determination of oxyhalides and inorganic anions, such as trace bromate, in ozonated drinking water.


IonPac™ AS9-SC Carbonate Eluent Anion-Exchange Analytical Column Features:

  • Compliance monitoring of common anions and oxyhalides in drinking water as specified in U.S. EPA Methods 300.0 (B)
  • Simple, isocratic separation of inorganic anions in less than 10 minutes in drinking water
  • Fast isocratic separation of inorganic anions and oxyhalides in ozonated drinking water matrices
  • Solvent compatibility permits easy column cleanup after the analysis of samples with hydrophobic components.

Column Details:

  • Chemistry: Carbonate/Bicarbonate
  • Particle Size: 13 µm
  • Length: 250 mm
  • ID: 4.0 mm

Product Overview

IonPac™ AS9-SC Carbonate Eluent Anion-Exchange Analytical Column by Thermo Fisher Scientific
IonPac™ AS9-SC Carbonate Eluent Anion-Exchange Analytical Column

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