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April 02, 2013
Computer-based methods can simulate separations for a wide variety of analytes, columns, and eluents.
The authors present the most common and fundamental techniques that address common matrix issues and discuss the critical chemistry considerations.
A summary of the latest in new ion-exchange phases for ion chromatography, with a focus on general aspects of phase design and then a review of anion-exchange and cation-exchange columns introduced in the past few years
A brief introduction to this special supplement by Guest Editor Ron Majors
A look at the current status of detection in ion chromatography, focusing on the most popular detectors in IC: the conductivity detector and the charge detector
The speed of IC has been limited by pressure and flow limits of the hardware. Recent advances are enabling faster IC separations.
From the invention of eluent suppression to today's "just add water" concept, pivotal developments over the last 40 years are chronologically highlighted from a chemical and instrumental viewpoint.
April 01, 2013
Click the title above to open the LCGC North America April 2013 Advances in Ion Chromatography Supplement, Vol 31 No s4, in an interactive PDF format.