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The application of non-suppressed ion chromatography to clinical and pharmaceutical analysis
Croft, MY and Haddad, PR (1986) The application of non-suppressed ion chromatography to clinical and pharmaceutical analysis. In: HPLC in The Clinical Laboratory. Australian Association of Clinical Biochemists Monograph Series . Australian Association of Clinical Biochemists, pp. 138-141.
(Croft - HPLC in the clinical laboratory (1986) 138-141)
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Ion chromatography is a relatively new technique for rapid, sensitive, multianion analysis which has many advantages over alternative techniques such as wet chemical methods, spectrophotometry or the use of ion-selective electrodes. Since it was first described by Small et all in 1975, ion chromatography has deservedly received a great deal of attention and is now routinely used in the analysis of environmental, water, food and industrial samples. However, applications on biological samples have been relatively few.
|Item Type:||Book Section|
|Publisher:||Australian Association of Clinical Biochemists|
|Page Range:||pp. 138-141|
|Date Deposited:||19 Sep 2008 04:36|
|Last Modified:||18 Nov 2014 03:50|
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