Determination of water-soluble forms of inorganic cations in soils, clays, peat, wastewater silt, activated sludge, and bottom sediments
The content of water-soluble forms of inorganic cations (ammonium, potassium, calcium, sodium, magnesium) is one of the substantial characteristics in agrochemical, land reclamation, and sanitary assessments of soils (arable, hayland, pasturable, forest nursery soils). The cation balance should be controlled during ecological soil monitoring for the human activity impact assessment.
By Lumex Instruments Group based in Mission, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).
Bromate forms during the ozonization of drinking water. Several international standards stipulate detection limits and test methods. Conductivity detection with chemical suppression allows the determination of bromate in the lower μg/L range. In the ng/L range, bromate can be detected by IC/MS coupling or post-column derivatization with potassium iodide and subsequent UV detection.
By Metrohm AG based in Herisau, SWITZERLAND.
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