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Ion Chromatography
  • P. Haddad
  • Medicine
  • Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry
  • 2004
Ion Chromatography developed from a new detection scheme for a few selected inorganic anions and cations to a versatile analytical technique for ionic species in general. Expand
Leaching and recovery of gold using ammoniacal thiosulfate leach liquors (a review)
A review is presented summarising the leaching of gold with ammoniacal thiosulfate solutions, and evaluating the current use and development of ion exchange resins for the recovery of gold and silverExpand
Determination of aluminium in natural water samples.
This paper presents a critical review of the different sampling and analytical methods for the determination of the concentration of aluminium in natural waters, with particular focus on techniques successfully applied to shipboard analysis of seawater. Expand
Principles and Practice of Modern Chromatographic Methods
Though many separation processes are available for use in todays analytical laboratory, chromatographic methods are the most widely used. The applications of chromatography have grown explosively inExpand
The determination of trace metal pollutants in environmental matrices using ion chromatography.
A review is presented detailing the development of ion chromatography as a selective analytical tool for the determination of toxic metals and their organic species in many environmental sample matrices prior to a critical examination of developed methods for various metals since 1990. Expand
Hydrodistillation-headspace solvent microextraction, a new method for analysis of the essential oil components of Lavandula angustifolia Mill.
To the best of the authors' knowledge, this is the first report on the use of continuous headspace solvent microextraction coupled with hydrodistillation for investigation of essential oil components. Expand
A trade-off between domain knowledge and problem-solving method power
A trade-off between domain knowledge and the power of the PSM is suggested and that greater use of domain knowledge would facilitate re-use by allowing PSMs to be used for a broader range of tasks. Expand
Towards high capacity latex-coated porous polymer monoliths as ion-exchange stationary phases.
The preparation of high capacity agglomerated monolithic ion-exchangers for capillary ion chromatography is described and the reaction with sodium sulfite resulted in the most significant increase in the capacity and the best separation performance. Expand
Comparison of the response of four aerosol detectors used with ultra high pressure liquid chromatography.
It was found that these parameters exerted non-linear effects on the responses of the aerosol detectors and must therefore be considered when designing analytical separation conditions, particularly when gradient elution is performed. Expand
Joule heating effects and the experimental determination of temperature during CE
The focus is on methods that can be applied by practitioners without the need for elaborate experimental requirements and although the emphasis is on CE, many of the conclusions also apply to microfluidic formats. Expand