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Determination of Low Levels of Chromium in Biological Samples by ICP-MS Using Hydrogen as a Reaction
Chromium is a key ingredient in a number of metal alloys used for metal implants which, despite being coated with inert surface layer coatings, can break down over time as a result of biocorrosion.
This Application Note was first published in the LCGC Applications book in July 2017
A Hydrogen generator uses a proton exchange membrane (PEM) to produce high purity hydrogen gas from water. The PEM cell was originally developed by NASA and is extensively used in industrial and laboratory applications.
1. Gas Source Helium is becoming increasingly expensive with reports of its price having doubled in some regions between 2013 and 2015. Added to its increased price, supply cannot be ensured in certain regions which is increasing the number of labs looking to change to hydrogen.