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Comparative analysis of TOC and conductivity analysers as applied to pharmaceutical water analysis

Gray, Andrew and Dick, Lindsay and Elliott, Moira and Ford, Steven and Halbert, Gavin (2012) Comparative analysis of TOC and conductivity analysers as applied to pharmaceutical water analysis. In: UK Pharm Sci 2012, 2012-09-12 - 2012-09-14.

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Abstract

Pharmaceutical grade water requires the measurement of bioburden, Total Organic Carbon and conductivity. Here we report a comparative analysis from two TOC analysers and two conductivity systems. The TOC analysers showed significantly different results.