UV visualization of inorganic anions by reversed-phase ion-interaction chromatography: factors that control sensitivity and detection.

@article{Barber1984UVVO,
  title={UV visualization of inorganic anions by reversed-phase ion-interaction chromatography: factors that control sensitivity and detection.},
  author={W E Barber and Peter Carr},
  journal={Journal of chromatography},
  year={1984},
  volume={316},
  pages={211-25}
}
This paper describes a chromatographic technique and detection scheme for inorganic anion analysis. Factors that affect sensitivity and detection are discussed, including the concentration and molar absorptivity of the ion-interaction reagent (IIR) as well as the retention of the eluite ion relative to the retention of the system peak. An ideal system will employ a low IIR concentration, so that a detection wavelength corresponding to a high IIR molar absorptivity can be used to monitor the… CONTINUE READING