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By P.R. Haddad, P.E. Jackson

ISBN-10: 0080858538

ISBN-13: 9780080858531

ISBN-10: 0444882324

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Ion chromatography (IC) used to be first brought in 1975 for the decision of inorganic anions and cations and water soluble natural acids and bases. in view that then, the process has grown in utilization at a good looking fee. the expansion of IC has been followed via a blurring of the unique definition of the procedure, in order that it now embraces a really wide selection of separation and detection tools, a lot of which endure little resemblance to the preliminary proposal of ion-exchange separation coupled with conductivity detection.Ion Chromatography is the 1st e-book to supply a complete treatise on all features of ion chromatography. Ion-exchange, ion-interaction, ion-exclusion and different pertinent separation modes are incorporated, when the detection equipment mentioned contain conductivity, amperometry, potentiometry, spectroscopic equipment (both molecular and atomic) and put up column reactions. The theoretical heritage and working ideas of every separation and detection mode are mentioned intimately. a special huge compilation of functional functions of IC (environmental, business, meals and vegetation, medical and pharmaceutical, metals and metallurgical strategies, handled waters, etc.) with 1250 literature citations, is gifted in tabular shape. All proper information of every software are given to house copy of the strategy within the laboratory with out entry to the unique publication.This really entire textual content on ion chromatography may still turn out to be the normal reference paintings for researchers and people excited about using the topic in useful occasions.

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The solvated size of the solute ion. The degree of cross-linking of the ion-exchange resin. The polarizability of the solute ion. The ion-exchange capacity of the ion-exchanger. The functional group on the ion-exchanger. The degree to which the solute ion interacts with the ion-exchange matrix. An increase in the charge on the solute ion increases its affinity for an ionexchanger through increased coulombic interactions. This trend is known as electroselectivity and becomes more pronounced as the external solution in contact with the ion-exchanger becomes more dilute.

G. 30 cm) and tolerate backpressures as high as 4,000 psi. Moreover, organic modifiers can be used freely with 34 Chapter3 I 0 I 1 1 I I 2 3 6 I 1 5 6 7 Time ( m i n ) I I 8 I 9 I 1 0 Fig. 4 IC on an amino column. 2 as eluent. Solute concentrations 25-100 ppm. Spectrophotometricdetection at 205 nm was used. Reprinted from [24] with permission. Time (min) 0 1 I I I 1 0 2 4 6 0 Time Imin) (01 I 10 I 20 1 lb) Fig. 5 IC on polymer-coated silica ion-exchangers. 5 m m ID) column, using 2 mM sodium adipate as eluent.

2 Configuration of an ion-exchange chromatographic system Open-column (classical) ion-exchange chromatography Historically, ion-exchange separations have been performed in the open-column mode, wherein the ion-exchange matrix is loosely packed as small particles into a glass column of 1-2 cm diameter. The mobile phase, or eluent as it is usually called in ionexchange chromatography, contains the competing ion and is passed continuously into the column and percolates through it under gravity. When a separation is to be performed, the flow of eluent is stopped and a small amount of the sample mixture is applied to the top of the column and allowed to pass into the bed of ion-exchange material.

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