Trace Element Analysis Using ICP-MS for Environmental Samples - Regulations and Routine Monitoring

May 18, 2017

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Inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) is one of the most powerful techniques used in elemental analysis for environmental applications. It provides the advantages of low detection limits, easy quantification, and high throughput. However, experience and best practice are necessary to best use the technique. This webcast series focuses on both routine regulatory monitoring (Part I) and solutions to improve productivity and overcome the challenges of high-matrix samples (Part II). In addition, we will discuss the use of  triple quadrupole ICP-MS to meet the needs of environmental researchers and specialty environmental applications. The webcast will cover the following:

  • Environmental regulations in both the U.S. and Europe
  • Tips and tricks on EPA Methods 200.8 and 6020
  • Autodilution for productivity improvement for high-matrix samples
  • Advanced environmental sample analysis using triple quadrupole ICP-MS

 

Speakers: 
Wei Liu, Ph.D., MBA (Part 1), Senior Vertical Marketing Manager, Environmental & Industrial Markets, Chromatography & Mass Spectrometry Division, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Simon Nelms, Ph.D. (Part 1), Marketing Manager-Europe, Trace Element Analysis, Chromatography & Mass Spectrometry Division, Thermo Fisher Scientific
David Bowden (Part 1), Inorganics Manager, Advanced Environmental Laboratory
Marcus Manecki (Part 2), Application Specialist for ICP-MS, Chromatography & Mass Spectrometry Division, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Dhinesh Asogan (Part 2), Product Specialist for ICP-MS, Chromatography & Mass Spectrometry Division, Thermo Fisher Scientific

Time and date: On demand available until May 18, 2018

Sponsor: Thermo Fisher Scientific

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