Ion Chromatography for Food Analysis: Precise, Safe, and Economical
18 Sep 2014

Ion chromatography (IC) is a versatile, proven method in food and beverage analysis that enables chemically similar substances to be determined in parallel in a single analysis. This webinar focuses on applications for food safety in milk products, for quality control issues in meat and fish, and for monitoring health-hazardous ions in soft drinks and bakery products. You will also learn how to improve efficiency using automated sample preparation.

This webinar will cover:

• Benefits of IC compared with HPLC or other analysis methods
• Possible application areas from trace level to the g/L range
• Capabilities and principles of inline sample preparation techniques, e.g. Inline Ultrafiltration, Inline Dialysis and Inline Dilution
• Capabilities and limits of detection techniques, e.g. conductivity, UV/VIS, amperometric and MS detection
• Optimizing IC instrumentation to reduce costs and time, and improve robustness and reliability

Metrohm AG



Show    per page
1 of 1 Page     1 Next 
A New Concept in Metabolic Studies: How Personalized 'Sportomics' Bridges Bench and Clinical Science24 Jul 2014Read
Click Chemistry Reagents Labeled with DBCO Groups Allow for Copper-Free Biomolecule Labeling Reactions18 Jun 2014Read
Combining dynamic light scattering and raman spectroscopy to achieve new insights into protein stability, aggregation and high order structure18 Mar 2014Read
The Powerful Combination of XRD/NMR and Electron Microscopy26 Feb 2014Read
Application of Ultraperformance Nanoscale Liquid Chromatography and High Resolution Accurate Mass Tandem Mass Spectrometry in ‘Omic Biomedical Studies of Infectious Disease and Cancer16 Jul 2013Read