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Metrohm Publishes New Application Notes for the Power Industry

Published: Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Last Updated: Tuesday, November 13, 2012
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The new applications enable monitoring of corrosion inhibitors and of critical trace ions (anions and cations) in water matrices from several types of reactors.

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The new application notes are:

  • AN-C-136 Metrohm  intelligent Partial Loop Technique (MiPT) – a single standard calibration: 2 mL vs. 5 mL Dosing Unit
  • AN-C-137 Copper, nickel, zinc, and common cations in the water-steam cycle of a boiling water reactor (BWR)
  • AN-C-138 Zinc, nickel, calcium, and magnesium in borated water of a pressurized water reactor (PWR)
  • AN-C-139 Cations and amines in the water-steam cycle sample 
  • AN-S-295 Anions in boiler water including sulfur speciation (sulfite and sulfate)
  • AN-C-140 Lithium in borated water of a pressurized water reactor (PWR)
  • AN-S-304 Variable Inline Preconcentration including Matrix Elimination for trace anion analysis (MiPCT-ME)
  • AN-S-306 Trace anions including chromate in water-steam cycle of a boiling water reactor (BWR)
  • AN-U-059 Transition metals in feedwater applying post-column reaction and subsequent UV/VIS detection
  • AN-U-060 Corrosion inhibitors in cooling water
  • AN-U-061 Speciation of iron(II) and iron(III) applying post-column reaction and subsequent UV/VIS detection
  • AN-Q-004 Online analysis of trace cations in power plant water matrices 
  • AN-Q-005 Online analysis of trace anions in power plant water matrices
  • AN-Q-006 Online analysis of trace anions in borated water of a pressurized water reactor (PWR)
  • AN-Q-007 Online analysis of chloride and sulfate in supercritical water-steam cycles

The new application notes are available below


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