February 2003

Bonus Report: Laboratory Instrumentation

Ion chromatography analysis

Improve facility operations with this valuable technique

Chassaniol, K., Dionex Corp

Ion chromatography (IC) has been an important tool in the hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI) globally since its inception in 1975. The technique can eliminate problems such as cumbersome titration procedures for chloride determinations. Ion chromatography can also perform advanced inorganic and organic anion gradient separations that pinpoint corrosion and scrubbing inefficiency. Laboratories are now required to provide more analytical data as refining capacity is increased and pushed passed nameplate capacities. Production relies on technology to bring product online, while emphasizing efficiency and cost, and at the

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