This short video provides viewers with an overview and short summary of Total Organic Carbon (TOC) and Total Inorganic Carbon (TIC) Standards.

Total organic carbon (TOC) is an indirect measure of the quantity of organic material present in a solution. In general, the solvent of interest is water and the organic material may emanate from several sources. However, inorganic carbon if present, can also make a contribution to the total carbon dioxide produced and measured.

There are many applications of TOC and the list of applications presented here is representative, but not exhaustive. This list includes:
Potable, ground, surface and process waters. It also includes industrial processes that include pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, neutraceutical, biotechnology, med tech and life sciences. This whole pharma area is a major user of TOC measurement equipment and therefore TOC standards. Not only is TOC testing performed very frequently in this sector but the standards used are at the very high end of the value chain in terms of sensitivity, accuracy, precision, variety and traceability. The other major area of interest that uses these very high-quality measurement techniques is the electronics industry, more specifically semiconductor and photovoltaic cell manufacture.

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