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Team TFS
Team TFS
This application note describes an improved ion chromatography
(IC) method to quantify oxyhalide DBP anions
and bromide at low concentration levels in reagent water,
bottled water, and finished drinking water using an
approach that is technically equivalent to U.S. EPA
Method 326.0. The oxyhalide anions chlorite, chlorate,
bromide, and bromate are separated on a Thermo
Scientific™ Dionex™ IonPac™ AS9-HC column and
measured by using suppressed conductivity detection (as
in EPA Method 300.1), followed by postcolumn reaction
(PCR) to enhance detection of bromate.
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