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Hello Isogeochemists,
does anybody know of a good way to get rid of salt from DOC samples to analyse for d13C of organic carbon?
I know that there are various column filtration techniques as well as dialysis, but there seems to be a hitch with anyone of those and was wondering if somebody has gone through the trouble of figuring out the best possible way.
 
Many thanks for your help.
 
Evelyn
 
 
CSIRO Land and Water
PMB2
Glen Osmond SA 5064
Australia

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