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Thermo Scientific Advancing IC-ICP-MS
Thermo Fisher Scientific

"Achieve faster, more accurate capillary ion chromatography analyses at lower costs with the Thermo Scientific Dionex ICS-4000 HPIC system. Watch Frank Hoefler, Product Marketing Manager, explain how the combination of charge and suppressed conductivity detection in this fully integrated, high-pressure, capillary ion chromatography system makes it ideal for the routine analysis of waste water where there is a large difference between the concentration of major and minor analytes. By being always on/always ready, the Thermo Scientific Dionex ICS-4000 high-pressure, capillary ion chromatography system maximizes uptime. Plus, it was designed to allow easy access to major components and plumbing.

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