High-Pressure Ion Chromatography - Charge Detection
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
USA 11:00 a.m. EDT / 10:00 a.m. CDT / 8:00 a.m. PDT / 15:00 GMT
Who should attend?
• Ion chromatographers interested in learning the advantages of charge detection
• Environmental, food/beverage, power, and electronics industry analysts interested in learning about the benefits of charge detection
• Analytical chemists and chromatographers interested in new detection methods for ion chromatography
Kannan Srinivasan, Ph.D.
Director of Research Science
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Mitch Jacoby, Ph.D.
High-pressure ion chromatography delivers state-of-the-art chromatographic performance for a wide range of complex applications. HPICTM systems bring a new level of resolution and speed to ion chromatography analysis. Versatile new detection capabilities, such as the patent-pending QD Charge Detector, enable a wide range of applications.
Charge detection, when combined with suppressed conductivity detection, can be used as a confirmatory tool, or as a complimentary detector to provide additional analytical information. The QD offers quantification of known and unknown ions, and improved linear dynamic range and sensitivity for weakly dissociated ions. Targeted methods for analysis of organic acids, inorganic anions, and inorganic cations in drinking water, wastewater, fruit juice, wine and beverage samples using HPIC systems and QD technology will be discussed.
What Participants Will Learn:
• How the new QD charge detector works.
• Benefits of charge detection as a complementary or confirmatory detection method.
• Benefits of improved sensitivity for weakly dissociated and multiply charged ions.