Integrating Ion Chromatography in a Chemical Manufacturing Environment

July 18, 2024
10:00 a.m. PDT, 1:00 p.m. EDT, 18:00 BST, 19:00 CEST - Duration: 60 Minutes


Ion chromatography is a versatile and widely applicable technique for ion analysis, making it indispensable in chemical manufacturing settings. By addressing unique analytical challenges, it plays a crucial role in ensuring robust process and quality control.

In this webinar, we’ll hear from David Miyamoto, lab technical manager at Kuehne Company and Kuehne Lab Services, on how he incorporated IC into his analytical workflow. David will discuss where to start with determining IC as the right tool, how it can replace more tedious methods, and what you’ll need to get started. He’ll provide insight into the thought process behind IC method development, while also discussing specific IC application examples from the chlor-alkali industry, including challenges he faced such as complex sample matrices, and how he overcame them.

Following David’s discussion, Linx Waclaski, IC Product Manager at Metrohm USA, will provide further background on the theory and inner workings of an ion chromatograph, including options for further streamlining your analyses.

Take part in our live Q&A after the presentation to get your specific questions answered by our experts.

Key Learning Objectives:
  • Find out how IC can fit as an analytical tool within a chemical manufacturing environment
  • Learn about important considerations for developing an IC method and overcoming challenges
  • Understand the basics of IC from a theoretical and equipment standpoint
Who Should Attend:
  • Analysts, technicians, chemists who want to learn how IC can be incorporated into a chemical manufacturing setting
  • Quality lab managers considering implementing IC into their lab

Brought to you by:
Metrohm USA


David Miyamoto
Lab Technical Manager
Kuehne Company
Linx Waclaski
Product Manager for Ion Chromatography
Metrohm USA
Melissa O'Meara
Forensic Science Consultant,
C&EN Media Group


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