AS119: A Fully Automated Approach to the Analysis of NDMA in Water

Martin Perkins

2nd August 2018

A Fully Automated Approach to the Analysis of NDMA in Water:

N-Nitrosodimethylamine, or NDMA, can be formed during the treatment of drinking-water.

Concentrations of NDMA in drinking-water have been measured up to 40 ng/litre, although lower concentrations are more common. NDMA is carcinogenic, and has been linked to the induction of tumours.

This Application Note presents a fully automated NDMA water analysis for improved accuracy and efficiency.



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