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No one in this forum eats or thinks alone! Whether you are testing for contaminants or developing a ...

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A discussion forum for individuals involved in the analysis of environmental samples. Ask questions,...

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Mass Spectrometry

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Liquid Chromatography

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Ion Chromatography

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Gas Chromatography

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Anions determination

Dear Community, I´m beginning to develop a method for the analysis of the most common anions in wastewater ( F, Cl, NO2, NO3, SO4, PO4)The equipment is an ic 6000, with AS 15 4x250 column, EGC KOHThe conditions are as follows: flow 1.5 mL/min eluent ...

lock mass in Q-exactive focus

Hi, We're using Q-exactive Focus. Mass accuracy exceeds 5 ppm within a minimum of 6 hours to a maximum of 2 days after full or mass calibration.So we used the lock mass function, setting the external standard compound injection for an initial slope o...

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