Monograph: Practical Ion Chromatography

Practical Ion Chromatography shows that IC is not some rarefied analytical approach but rather one that can provide rapid and inexpensive answers to everyday questions: Is the drinking water suitable for feeding infants? How much nitrate is in spinach? Why does scale build up in the washing machine? Is waste water a source of environmental contamination? In view of the fact that accurate analytical practice is hardly possible without a theoretical background, the present monograph also contains a theoretical section with detailed information on these questions.