This short video provides viewers with an overview and short summary of Ion Chromatography Standards.

Ion Chromatography (IC), is a relatively recently developed technology that allows for the separation of molecules on the basis of differences in charge properties. In cation exchange chromatography, positively charged molecules are attached to a negatively charged solid support. Conversely, in anion exchange chromatography, negatively charged molecules are attracted to a positively charged solid support. The technology then uses the electrochemical charge as a means of separating the ions in the liquid phase, based on their charge.
Anions or negatively charged ions and cations or positively charged ions are selectively eluted from a column by changing the ionic concentration of the mobile phase.

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