Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry
Columns and Consumables

Ion Chromatography

Ion chromatography (IC) excels in analyzing anions and cations, transition metals, carbohydrates, organic acids, amino acids, proteins, peptides, oligonucleotides, oxyhalides, carboxylates, polysaccharides, polyphosphates, fatty acids, phenols, surfactants, ethanolamines, and more. These analytes are of major importance to environmental, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, life science, chemical, power generation, and electronic industries. As the ion chromatography innovator and technology leader for over 30 years, you can feel confident you're getting the best in Thermo Scientific™ Dionex™ systems, consumables, service, and support. 


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New Dionex Integrion HPIC System

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Use ion chromatography for carbohydrate analysis?

Yes! HPAE-PAD is a well established method for carbohydrate analysis. Now it has a new twist – high pressure ion chromatography and capillary CarboPac columns. Analyze mono-, di-, oligosaccharides and small charge carbohydrates including sialic acid on a single system.



HPAE-PAD Application Notebook

- 12 Application Notes
- Food, environmental, biodiesel

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Direct carbohydrate analysis
- No derivatization required 

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- Carbohydrate review
- HPAE explained 
- What is PAD 
- Application overview 


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Two ways to find the best IC method for you

The AppsLab Library is a fully searchable online library of analytical applications with detailed method information, chromatograms and related compound information. All the information needed to run, process and report the analysis is available in ready-to-use eWorkflows. 

This mobile app for tablets is a quick and handy way to find optimal methods for separating and detecting the most commonly determined ions on the periodic table. Just click on the element of your choice to view application and technical notes. 

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