3 thoughts on “886 toc analyzer”

  1. Dear Sir or Madam,
    I am a PhD student from Mining department. My current research is related to rare earth extraction. I need to measure the adsorption of ammonium citrate on the surfaces of La(OH)3. I was wondering whether I am able to use this TOC analyzer. Thank you!

  2. Hi Sir or Madam,
    I am a student from the Department of Mining and Minerals Engineering. I want to know how can I have access to the TOC analyzer in your lab. I want to use it to measure the concentration of chemicals with COOH groups. Thank you!

    1. kevin09@vt.edu

      We are not set up as a “cost center” (meaning that we cannot be reimbursed for the use of the instrument) and our instrument is primarily set up for low-level TOC water samples (e.g., natural water solutions). I’d recommend that you contact other labs on campus that are set up as cost centers such as the one in SPES. Hope this is helpful!

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