One System, Infinite Solutions for Water Quality Analysis Part Three: Analyzing Low Ionic Concentrations in Pure Water
CEN Webinars: Stronger Bonds
One System, Infinite Solutions for Water Quality Analysis
Part Three: Analyzing Low Ionic Concentrations in Pure Water
Tuesday May 6th 2014
8:00 a.m. PST / 11:00 a.m. EST / 15:00 GMT
SPEAKERS
Speaker
Kirk Chassaniol,
Manager of Product Applications,
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Spacer
MODERATOR
Moderator
Craig Bettenhausen,
Associate Editor,
C&EN
Register Now
OVERVIEW

Monitoring and maintaining water purity are important to the power and electronics industries. In the both of these industries, impurities must be minimized and monitored to prevent corrosion or scaling, and degradation in demineralization processes. Corrosion on a power plant scale can be catastrophic: broken pipes, leaks, contamination, costly unplanned maintenance, and power interruptions. In the electronics industries, the impurities can be just as catastrophic, causing contamination, production problems, and product failures.

Here we demonstrate analysis of ppb concentrations of ionic contaminants using two easy methods: a direct large volume injection and concentration of a large volume injection, using electrolytically generated hydroxide eluents on a Reagent-Free™ Ion Chromatography system (RFIC™).

TOPICS COVERED

- Provide information on corrosion failures

- Review trace analysis methods

- Demonstrate advantages and benefits of Ion Chromatography to determine regulated contaminants

- Demonstrate Thermo Scientific IC innovations around simple analysis methods

WEBINARS IN THIS SERIES

March 26th, 11:00am EST
One System, Infinite Solutions for Water Quality Analysis
Part One: Rapid Determination of Inorganic Ions in Wastewater by Ion Chromatography

April 29th, 11:00am EST
One System, Infinite Solutions for Water Quality Analysis
Part Two: Analysis of Perchlorate, Chromate and Inorganic Anions in Drinking Water

May 6th, 11:00am EST
One System, Infinite Solutions for Water Quality Analysis
Part Three: Analyzing Low Iconic Concentrations in Pure Water

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
  • • Persons interested in trace analysis of ionic contaminants
  •  
  • • Persons from the power industry
  •  
  • • Persons from the electronics industries
  •  
SPONSOR
Sponsor Logo