ANALYSIS OF THE FLOW CHEMISTRY.
Traditionally, the analysis of the anions in drinking water has been applied to the ion chromatography which has always been gaining all the acceptance of the wastewater analysis. Some of the anions which are analyzed by this include Bromine, Chlorine, SO4, NO4 and also NO2. In case the samples may encounter dissolved solids, organics, the detection limits now suffer. This is always caused by the dilutions which also helps to eliminate interferences. At times, there can be problems with the interferences. Analyzation of the solution can be done with the flow chemistry without requiring any dilution at all. However, the high concentration of the chloride interferes with the determination of the amounts of the Nitrite. Its also advisable for the samples of the nitrates to be preserved since they all require a high sulfate level of a sample dilution. Since preserved samples can never be analyzed by the ion chromatography, Nitrates should always be tested before 48hours are over.
The flow methods becomes in terms with the sulfuric acid as the fluoride can never be combined with the ion chromatography at any levels which are below 1.mgl. Deviations are always important from the procedures to be followed which are supposed to be followed. Since the interferences become more absent, the method of the P of the flow chemistry becomes sensitive too. Flow chemistry can easily determine on the forms of P in a solution. Determining sulfate in high chloride can be very difficult as the dilutions only brings the scales to be on the responses. If it also happens that the samples are analyzed without any dilutions, the high content in salt ends up causing retention which also makes the sulfate to be identified as phosphate by other data systems.
Even though the ion chromatography is an excellent method, it also needs to have a detector which is accompanied by a separate column than having the use of anions. The flow chemistry is capable of utilizing the detector and other colors at the same time. A way is always provided by the ion chromatography in which the determination of the drinking water and anions are unsurpassed in a method. Any samples can allow the automated analysis of the samples which can be hard to the non-metals and anions too. Distillations, digestion and extraction of the automation needs the flow chemistry. The ion chromatography can be destroyed with the column of the aluminium,hopper preventing the high dilutions of any accurate level of the chloride. In as much as the samples are adjusted neutral to all the analysis, they cannot be preserved since sulfate always require sample dilution.