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Metrohm Column specifications as per applications

  1. 1. Our range of IC ColumnsPreselection high concentrations simple setup HBO32- without suppression A 2- Anions HBO 3 no HPO42- whole concentration range Anions HPO42- with suppression B Organic anions with or without suppression C Carbohydrates D Oxidizable anions electrochemical detection (ELCD) E Cations F This symbol stands for the standard column √A) Anions without chemical suppression Requirements and/or application Column No F– Simple separation problems IC anion column Simple matrices Metrosep A Supp 4 – 250 Rapid separation 6.1006.430 F– IC anion column Difficult separation problems Metrosep Dual 2 Difficult matrices 6.1006.100 F– Difficult separation problems IC anion column Difficult matrices Metrosep Dual 3 √ Biological samples 6.1006.120 IC anion columns Cl–, NO3–, SO42– Hamilton PRP-X100 Difficult matrices (e.g. dyestuffs) 6.1005.000 (125 mm) HBO32-, H2SiO42- 6.1005.010 (250 mm) F–, acetate IC anion column Difficult matrices Super-Sep Special applications (e.g BF4–) 6.1009.000 Preselection
  2. 2. B) Anions with chemical suppressionRequirements and/or application ColumF–, formate, acetate, Cl–SO32–, SO42– IC anion columnSimple matrices Metrosep Dual 2Standard anions 6.1006.100ClO2–, ClO3–, ClO4–, BrO3–Special separation problemsF–, formate, acetate, Cl–SO32–, SO42–Simple matrices IC anion columnStandard anions Metrosep Dual 3ClO2–, ClO3–, ClO4–, BrO3– 6.1006.120Special separation problemsBiological samples IC anion column (monolith)High-speed chromatography Metrosep Dual 4 – 25 6.1016.010 IC anion column (monolith)Perchlorate in difficult matrices, EPA 314 Metrosep Dual 4 – 100Very high ionic strength 6.1016.030Large concentration differences IC anion columnHigh ionic strength Metrosep A Supp 1 – 250ClO2–, ClO3–, ClO4–, BrO3– 6.1005.300 IC anion columnSCN–, SO32–, SO42–, S2O32– Metrosep A Supp 3 – 250Polyphosphates 6.1005.320Standard anions IC anion columnDifficult matricesCritical samples Metrosep A Supp 4 – 250 √ 6.1006.430I–Standard anionsF–, Cl–, Br–, I– IC anion columnsClO2–, ClO3–, ClO4–, BrO3– Metrosep A Supp 5BrO3– at high ionic strength 6.1006.550 (50 mm)Cr(VI) (CrO42–) 6.1006.510 (100 mm)I– (not with 250 mm)Method developmentUniversal useDifficult matricesDifficult separation problems 6.1006.520 (150 mm) √Rapid separation (with 50 and 100 mm)PO43– in soft drinks (with 100 mm)IC/MS coupling 6.1006.530 (250 mm)Standard anionsOxyhalides, EPA 300 IC anion columnIsocratic separation of glycolate and acetate Metrosep A Supp 7 – 250Difficult separations 6.1006.630Bayer liquorsAnions in salt solutions IC anion column Metrosep A Supp 8 – 150 6.1017.010 B
  3. 3. B) Anions with chemical suppressionRequirements and/or application ColumPO43– in soft drinks with cyclamateStandard anions (no F–) IC anion columnsSCN–, SO32–, SO42–, S2O32– Metrosep A Supp10Separation of SO32–, SO42– 6.1020.050 (50 mm)Aerosols with PILS/MARGA (75 mm) 6.1020.070 (75 mm)Air analysis 6.1020.010 (100 mm)IC/MS coupling 6.1020.030 (250 mm)Aggressive matricesStandard anionsCl–, NO3–, SO42– in drinking water IC anion columnSimple separation problems Metrosep A Supp 15Rapid separation 6.1030.450 (50 mm)Method developmentStandard anionsSimple separation problems IC anion columnRapid separation Metrosep A Supp 15Citrate/phosphate 6.1030.410 (100 mm)Simple matrixIC/MS couplingStandard anionsDrinking water analysisF–; glycolate IC anion columnPhosphate species Metrosep A Supp 15Difficult separation problemsComplex matrix 6.1030.420 (150 mm) √Method developmentIC/MS couplingStandard anionsUniversal applicationsMonobasic organic acids IC anion columnDibasic organic acids in the presence of SO42– Metrosep A Supp 15Nitrogen species 6.1030.430 (250 mm)Complex separation problemsDifficult matrixIC/MS couplingStandard anionsUniversal applicationsOligo- and polysaccharidesCl–; SO42– in electroplating baths IC anion columnQuality control of ultrapure chemicals Metrosep A Supp 16 (e.g. concentrated acids) 6.1031.430 (250 mm)Complex separation problemsDifficult matrixIC/MS coupling IC anion columnShort retention times Phenomenex Star-Ion A300TMNo Cl– 6.1005.100 IC anion columnBrO3– at high ionic strength Phenomenex Star-Ion A300TM HC 6.1005.110 Preselection
  4. 4. C) Organic anion Requirements and/or application Colum Organic acids: citrate, tartrate, malate, ascorbate, succinate, etc. IC exclusion columns Short-chain fatty acids: formate, acetate, Metrosep Organic Acids propionate, butyrate, etc. 6.1005.210 (100 mm) Simple matrix (100 mm) 6.1005.200 (250 mm) √ Difficult matrix (250 mm) Simple separation problems (100 mm) Difficult separation problems (250 mm) Glycolic acid, monochloroacetic acid IC exclusion column Simple matrices Hamilton PRP-X300 Simple separation problems 6.1005.030 Formate determination PreselectionD) Carbohydrates Requirements and/or application Colum Monosaccharides Disaccharides Oligosaccharides IC carbohydrate column Sugar alcohols Metrosep Carb 1 – 150 Amino acids 6.1013.010 Simple separation problems Rapid separation Monosaccharides Disaccharides IC carbohydrate column Oligosaccharides Metrosep Carb 1 – 250 Sugar alcohols 6.1013.000 √ Difficult separation problems Difficult matrix PreselectionE) Oxidizable anions Requirements and/or application ColumCN– IC anion columnS2– Metrosep A Supp 1 – 250 6.1005.300CN– IC anion columnS2– Metrosep A Supp 10 – 100NO2– 6.1020.010 IC anion columnCN–S2– Metrosep A Supp 8 – 150 6.1017.010 √ IC anion columnClO2–, NO2–, S2O32–, SCN–, I– Super-Sep 6.1009.000 IC anion columnBr–, I– Metrosep Dual 2 6.1006.100NO2–, ClO2– IC anion columnS2O32–, SCN–, I– Metrosep A Supp 5 – 100 6.1006.510 Preselection
  5. 5. F) Cations Requirements and/or application Colum Special applications IC cation column Biogenic amines Metrosep C 1 6.1010.100 Li+, Na+, K+, Rb+, Cs+, Mg2+, Ca2+, Sr2+, Ba2+, NH4+ IC cation column Very rapid separation Metrosep C 4 – 50 Simple matrices 6.1050.450 Li+, Na+, K+, Rb+, Cs+, Mg2+, Ca2+, Sr2+, Ba2+, NH4+ IC cation column Lipophilic amines with short retention times Metrosep C 4 – 100 Rapid separation 6.1050.410 Li+, Na+, K+, Rb+, Cs+, Mg2+, Ca2+, Sr2+, Ba2+, NH4+ Transition metals IC cation column Amines Metrosep C 4 – 150 √ Replacing IC cation column Metrosep Cation 1-2, 6.1050.420 6.1010.000 Li+, Na+, K+, Rb+, Cs+, Mg2+, Ca2+, Sr2+, Ba2+, NH4+, Mn2+, Co2+, Ni2+, Zn2+, Cd2+, Pb2+, amines NH4+, ethanolamines IC cation column Very good Na+/NH4+-separation Metrosep C 4 – 250 NH4+, methyl- and ethylamines 6.1050.430 Transition metals Difficult separation problems Large concentration differences Li+, Na+, K+, Rb+, Cs+, Mg2+, Ca2+, Sr2+, Ba2+, NH4+, Co2+, Ni2+, Zn2+, Cd2+, Pb2+, Amine IC cation column NH4+, monoethanolamine Metrosep C 3 – 250 Transition metals 6.1010.430 Very good Na+/NH4+-separation Low detection limits Mg2+, Ca2+, Sr2+, Ba2+, Fe2+, Co2+, IC cation column Ni2+, Cd2+, Zn2+, Mn2+ Nucleosil 5SA Mg2+, Ca2+ besides large amounts of Na+ 6.1007.000 Transition metals, U and Pu * Preselection* Voltammetry and polarography allow to reliably determine the transition metals as well as uranium and plutonium down to the ultratrace level.