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The application of non-suppressed ion chromatography to clinical and pharmaceutical analysis
chapterposted on 2023-05-27, 23:58 authored by Croft, MY, Paul HaddadPaul Haddad
Ion chromatography is a relatively new technique for rapid, sensitive, multianion analysis which has many advantages over alternative techniques such as wet chemical methods, spectrophotometry or the use of ion-selective electrodes. Since it was first described by Small et all in 1975, ion chromatography has deservedly received a great deal of attention and is now routinely used in the analysis of environmental, water, food and industrial samples. However, applications on biological samples have been relatively few.
Publication titleHPLC in The Clinical Laboratory
SeriesAustralian Association of Clinical Biochemists Monograph Series
PublisherAustralian Association of Clinical Biochemists