Original Publication Date: 1 September, 2017
Publication / Source: Bioanalysis 9(17)
Authors: Lou C & Zhu Y
Ion chromatography (IC) has gone through a fast and tremendous development since its inception and nowadays, IC has become the primary tool for the analysis of various ionic compounds, such as inorganic anions, cations, organic acids, amino acids and even some biomolecular ions [1–3]. In practical applications, IC technique has been employed for the analysis of ionic compounds in manufacture, pharmaceutical, environmental and food samples [4–6]. Obviously, IC is versatile for the analysis of ions due to its
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