Ion Exchange Mechanisms in SPE: The Ultimate in Selectivity
Event Date: April 03, 2013 at 11:00 AM EDT
Ion exchange is the most selective mechanism in solid phase extraction. It is also the most overlooked of the mechanisms available. There are several basic principles associated with ion exchange that must be understood to produce the required results. These include:

• The chemistry of ion exchangers
• Types of ion exchangers
• The effects of equilibrium constants
• Determining pKa’s

This webinar will address these principles and explain how to make ion exchange work for you.


Meg Evans

Managing Editor
LCGC North America


Michael J. Telepchak

UCT, Inc.

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