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drinking water chemistry Applications

  • Oxidative solutions for the electrolysed water

    The chemistry underpinning electrolysed water (EW) has been known for centuries, in fact demonstrations were performed in the first decade of the 19th century at the Royal Society by Nicholson, Carlise and Davy.  The first large scale application of electrochemical disinfection occurred a century later when the technology was used on a large scale for disinfecting drinking water. Electrolysed Water is produced by inducing an over-potential in a saline solution. This is similar in principle to the storage...

    By Ozo Innovations based in Kidlington, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS) for Water & Wastewater Industry

    Laboratories that analyze drinking water and wastewater form a critical component of our public health infrastructure, guided by criteria in legislation including the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) and the National Pollution Discharge Elimination Program (NPDEP). These facilities are required to handle high volumes of sewage and drinking water to analyze for wet chemistry and microbiology before discharge into community water systems. This requires the facilities to maintain continuous sampling programs,...

    By Khemia Software Inc based in Livonia, MICHIGAN (USA).

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    Determination of Additives in Beverages using Ascentis Express Columns

    Beverages, such as sodas and energy drinks, can include a number of polar ingredients, which are easily soluble in the water matrix of the drinks. These ingredients include sweeteners (sugars and sugar substitutes), caffeine, vitamin supplements, amino acids, organic acids, and plant extracts. Because the analytes are already in solution, there is no need for extensive sample preparation. Dilution followed by direct injection into an HPLC is typically suitable. In this article we present two beverage applications...

    By Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany based in Darmstadt, GERMANY.

  • Determination of Additives in Beverages using Ascentis Express Columns

    Beverages, such as sodas and energy drinks, can include a number of polar ingredients, which are easily soluble in the water matrix of the drinks. These ingredients include sweeteners (sugars and sugar substitutes), caffeine, vitamin supplements, amino acids, organic acids, and plant extracts. Because the analytes are already in solution, there is no need for extensive sample preparation. Dilution followed by direct injection into an HPLC is typically suitable. In this article we present two beverage applications...

    By MilliporeSigma based in Bellefonte, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

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