Simultaneous Analysis of Maltooligosaccharides Using ELSD and Anion Analysis of Drinking Water Using Ion Chromatography
Saccharides have a very narrow UV absorption wavelength range, from 190 nm to 195 nm. Therefore, a refractive detector (RID) or an evaporative light scattering detector (ELSD) is commonly used for this analysis.
Inorganic ions, which are compounds that do not contain double bonds, are analyzed using an electrical conductivity detector (CDD) that detects ionic compounds. In ion chromatography, the suppressor removes the ions contained in the mobile phase used to reduce background noise, enabling highly sensitive detection of the target ions.