Reliable and efficient quantification of infant formula components
Quality control of infant formula and baby food is a central topic in various local and global guidelines and regulations. To comply with them, they refer to a range of analytical methods that differ in complexity, sensitivity, and price. And this is where ion chromatography (IC) comes into play.
IC is a straightforward, state-of-the-art technique that comes at an affordable price. The high flexibility of IC instruments ensures a wide field of usage. Metrohm has compiled a range of applications in a white paper and an application note to outline the advantages of IC in quality control of infant formula and baby food.
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Why use ion chromatography?
- IC is easy to use: Ion chromatography does not require expert operation. It is safe and does not produce chemical waste.
- IC is fast: With ion chromatography, you can quantify multiple components in a single run. In addition, inline sample preparation (e.g., dialysis, filtration, and dilution) can be added to save time.
- IC is economical: Ion chromatography is a compact and direct technique, profiting from low instrument and operating costs.