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Investigation of capillary ion chromatography for nuclear prospects

Abstract : The recent development of commercial capillary ion chromatography (Cap-IC) systems provides a major opportunity to increase the reactivity of laboratories and to reduce the amount of radioactive effluents produced from the chromatographic analyses in the nuclear field. As the column replacement in a radioactive environment is tedious, the retention behavior of IC columns was investigated at capillary scale to anticipate this operation.
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C. Gautier, Cyrielle Rey, D. Roussignol, E. Machon, J. Randon, et al.. Investigation of capillary ion chromatography for nuclear prospects. ISC 2016 - 31st International Symposium on Chromatography, Aug 2016, Cork, Ireland. ⟨cea-02442314⟩

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