If you’re using ion chromatography to determine specific anionic
contamination on the surface of printed circuit boards (PCBs), you want
high resolution to ensure cleanliness. Thermo Fisher Scientific teams
recently demonstrated two techniques to imp...
In a world continuously faced with environmental challenges, analyzing
drinking water for contaminants is essential to protect public health.
If your lab analyzes drinking water — and if you’re seeking better ways
to automate and simplify the process...
To protect public health, analyzing drinking water for contaminants such
as inorganic anions, cations, heavy metals, organic pollutants, and
nutrients is an essential requirement. Within the range of contaminants,
measuring nitrate levels — specifica...
When it comes to nutrient analysis of drinking water, wastewater and
soil samples, we all know the drawbacks of traditional wet chemistry
techniques like titrations, flow injections and other colorimetric
techniques. While they’ve been around for yea...
Analyzing contaminant and nutrient levels in drinking, surface and
wastewater is a critical step in protecting aquatic habitats and
maintaining safe drinking water supplies. However, traditional wet
chemistry techniques are no longer the smartest app...