Ion Chromatography Analysis

I Ion chromatography (or ion-exchange chromatography) is a process that allows for the separation of ions and polar molecules based on their charge by way of an ion-exchange resin.

It is a form of liquid chromatography whose greatest use is in the analysis of anions.

How Does Micro-Analysis, Inc. Use Ion Chromatography?

Micro-Analysis provides the determination of Br, Cl, F, I and S content by this application. Samples are put into solution via Oxygen Flask Combustion, converting the subject element to its ionic form (chlorine to chloride, sulfur to sulfate, etc.). The solution is then diluted, filtered and injected into the instrument.

This method is applicable to a wide range of materials and levels of content down to 0.10% (0.25% for iodine), accuracy +/- 0.30%.

Ion Chromatography Machine We Use: Dionex 1100

The Elements We Currently Process:

Bromine  Br
Chlorine  Cl
Fluorine   Fl
Iodine      I
Sulfur      S

Bromine: single $43.00 / duplicate $33.00
Chlorine: single $43.00 / duplicate $33.00
Fluorine: single $43.00 / duplicate $33.00
Iodine: single $49.00 / duplicate $39.00
Sulfur: single $36.00 / duplicate $26.00


Quick Info: Ion Chromatography Analysis Ion chromatography is a process that allows the separation of ions and polar molecules based on their charge. It can be used for almost any kind of charged molecule including large proteins, small nucleotides and amino acids. It is often used in protein purification, water analysis, and quality control1.

References:
1. Ion Chromatography Analysis - Wikipedia