Advertisement

2013 R&D 100 Winner
Thermo Scientific Dionex ICS-4000 Dedicated Capillary HPIC SystemIon chromatography (IC) is an analytical technique for the separation and determination of anionic and cationic analytes in various sample matrices. By introducing a high-pressure reagent-free IC system that successfully integrates conductive, electrochemical and charge detection, Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. has brought a new level of performance and speed to this important separations process. The Thermo Scientific Dionex ICS-4000 Dedicated Capillary HPIC system takes advantage of Thermo Scientific Dionex 4-um particle IC columns for fast and high-resolution separations. The system uses capillary reagent-free ion chromatography technology to generate high-purity eluents electrolytically, using a small amount of deionized water—less than 0.5 L/month. It is designed to offer continuous operation at 5,000 psi and offers new levels of chromatographic speed without compromising resolution. The system also eliminates errors associated with manual eluent preparation. By requiring no startup time, no equilibration and minimal calibration, the system is always ready for analysis.

Technology
Capillary HPIC system

Developers
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.


Development Team

Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.'s Thermo Scientific Dionex ICS-4000 Dedicated Capillary HPIC System development team (l-r): Glenn Kuse, Cynthia Chen, Jun Cheng, Bill Case, Trac Pham, Gary Gleave, Chris Pohl, Kannan Srinivasan, Yan Liu, Khosro Moshfegh, Sheetal Bhardwaj, Victor Barreto, Mrinal Sengupta.

 











The Thermo Scientific Dionex ICS-4000 Dedicated Capillary HPIC system Development Team from Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.
Mike Doyle, Principal Developer
Gary Gleave, Principal Developer
Yan Liu, Principal Developer
Kannan Srinivasan, Principal Developer
Victor Barreto
Sheetal Bhardwaj
William Case
Jun Cheng
Cynthia Chen
Mike McAdams
Dao Nguyen
Trac Pham
Chris Pohl
Norm Rothe
Mrinal Sengupta

Advertisement
Advertisement