Monitoring Bromide & Bromate by EPA Methods 300.1 & 302 with Advances in 2D Capillary IC
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C&EN Webinar Series — Advanced IC Applications for Compliance Monitoring in Drinking Water

Monitoring Bromide & Bromate
by EPA Methods 300.1 & 302 with Advances in 2D Capillary IC

 

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

USA 11:00 a.m. EDT / 10:00 a.m. CDT / 8:00 a.m. PDT / 15:00 GMT

 

Who should attend?


• Scientists who use IC and RFIC for bromate analysis

• Analysts in contract labs, water utilities, and bottled water companies

• Lab managers who are considering new IC instrumentation for these applications

Speakers


Gena Louden
Analytical Chemist
Moorhead Water Treatment Facility



Philip Zakaria
Research Fellow
Australian Centre for Research On Separation Science
University of Tasmania



Richard F. Jack
NA Market Manager
Environmental
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.


Moderator


Celia Henry Arnaud
Senior Editor
C&EN
 



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Overview:


Resolution of target analytes from contaminant matrices and trace level detection are critical for identification of toxic compounds in the environment. Learn the latest advances in the analysis of bromide and bromate with two-dimensional ion chromatography (2D-IC) based on U.S. EPA Methods 300.1 and 302 for process optimization and compliance monitoring. 2D-IC provides the lowest method detection limit (MDL) for bromate, along with improved ease of use and robustness compared to postcolumn colorimetric techniques. Combined with the latest developments in capillary IC, multidimensional IC becomes even more sensitive.

This webinar will also discuss optimizing a drinking water process by monitoring bromide ozonation to bromate in a water utility.

Key Learning Objectives:


• Advantages of various EPA methods for bromate analysis

• The latest developments in analysis of bromide and bromate for process optimization and compliance monitoring

• Identifying key locations in a water utility for process monitoring

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