Fraction Collector OMNICOLL - Short selection of references

1. OMNICOLL fraction collector was used to collect the elute in 1.2 − 3.6 mL fractions from the contaminated sediments packed column to investigate the mobilization of Tc under fully saturated seawater flow conditions

Jane Eagling, Paul J. Worsfold, William H. Blake, and Miranda J. Keith-Roach, Mobilization of Technetium from Reduced Sediments under Seawater Inundation and Intrusion Scenarios, Environ. Sci. Technol. 2012, 46, 11798−11803
Plymouth University, UK
Keywords: Column, HPLC, Fe-reducing sediments, Tc, polyetheretherketone (PEEK) self-pack column, Eh, Sediment reoxidation

2. Effluent collected by OMNICOLL fraction collector from the glass column filled with Bt horizon of a natural soil and analyzed by ion chromatography to study the sorption of major cations (Ca, Na) on a natural sediment

Jun Lu, Catherine Beaucaire, Emmanuel Tertre, Predictive model for migration of metallic cations in natural sediments, Procedia Earth and Planetary Science 7 ( 2013 ) 529 – 532.
CEA, DANS/DPC/SECR/L3MR and Université de Poitiers-CNRS, France.
Keywords: reactive transport model; metallic cation; sediment; ion exchange model; reversible sorption

3. Eluate was collected (60 min per fraction) by means of a LAMBDA OMNICOLL fraction collector to determine the silver ion release from coated catheters

Aylvin Jorge Angelo Athanasius Dias, Edith Elisabeth M. Van Den Bosch, Astrid Franken (2010), Antimicrobial coating, US Patent no. US 2010/0113871 A1.

4. Effluent from the glass chromatography column was collected by the OMNICOLL fraction collector to study ion-exchange reactions between Na+, H+, and Ca2+ under dynamic conditions

Jun Lu, Emmanuel Tertre, Catherine Beaucaire, Assessment of a predictive model to describe the migration of major inorganic cations in a Bt soil horizon, Applied Geochemistry, Volume 41, February 2014, Pages 151-162.
CEA, DANS/DPC/SECR/L3MR and Université de Poitiers-CNRS, France.
Keywords: Ion-exchange reactions; Cationic Exchange Capacity (CEC); Ion chromatography; Bt horizon; Packed column; Wyoming montmorillonite

5. OMNICOLL fraction collector was used to collect the eluent from the contaminated sediment packed PEEK column to determine the pH and 90Sr by liquid scintillation

Eagling, Jane, The effect of sea level rise on radionuclide mobility at contaminated nuclear sites, 2012.
Plymouth University, UK
Keywords: contaminated land, porewater salinization, radionuclide, geochemistry, release kinetics, transport, oxic and reduced sediments

6. Effluent samples were collected from the fixed bed column by the multi-channel LAMBDA OMNICOLL fraction collector to study the adsorption of selenite and selenate by Mg-Al-CO3 LDH in the continuous flow system

Chubar, Natalia, and Małgorzata Szlachta., Static and dynamic adsorptive removal of selenite and selenate by alkoxide-free sol–gel-generated Mg–Al–CO3 layered double hydroxide: Effect of competing ions, Chemical Engineering Journal 279 (2015): 885-896.
Utrecht University, The Netherlands; Glasgow Caledonian University, UK and Wrocław University of Technology, Poland.
Keywords: Selenite, Selenate, Mg-Al layered double hydroxide, Batch adsorption, Dynamic adsorption, FTIR

7. Automated sample collector OMNICOLL was used to collect effluent samples (10 ml/min) from the packed bed column to evaluate the transport potential of stabilized milled ZVI particle suspensions

Velimirovic, Milica, Doris Schmid, Stephan Wagner, Vesna Micić, Frank von der Kammer, and Thilo Hofmann, Agar agar-stabilized milled zerovalent iron particles for in situ groundwater remediation, Science of The Total Environment (2015)
Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, Germany; University of Vienna, Austria
Keywords: Milled zerovalent iron, Agar agar, Particle stability, Particle transport, Particle reactivity

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