Analysis of Fuels and Additives Using ICP-OES and ED-XRF

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**Wednesday, November 17th, 2021 at 11am EST| 10am CST | 8am PST** Laboratories today are under more pressure than ever before to process more samples per day, attain lower detection limits and lower operating costs. This webinar will highlight new advances in ICP-OES and ED-XRF technology that will address these points and explain how the latest designs have revolutionized the techniques and offered a dramatic increase in performance for all types of fuels and additives.

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Event Overview:

Spectrometric analyzers in petrochemical laboratories must take on some challenging tasks. Diverse samples may contain a wide range of elements in varying concentrations, including a number that are notoriously difficult to test and measure. This webinar will discuss the analysis of fuels and additives by energy-dispersive X-ray fluorescence (ED-XRF) and inductively coupled plasma–optical emission spectroscopy (ICP-OES) to solve analytical challenges for quality control and showing compliance to specifications. This webinar will cover the full range from crude oil to conventional fuels like gasoline and diesel to biofuels. In addition to fuels, it will review the analysis of additives and show how instrumental advances in these two techniques enable superior performance.

Learning Objectives:

  • Selecting the correct ICP-OES analyzer for ultimate productivity
  • New advances in plasma viewing and optical design
  • How ICP-OES and ED-XRF advances in technology can offer superior performance
  • Low sulfur and chlorine analysis capabilities along with the other essential elements required for quality control and showing compliance to specifications
  • Latest technology advances

Who Should Attend:

  • ​​Researchers
  • Quality control and quality assurance managers
  • Lab Managers/supervisors
  • Lab Director
  • Project Leaders
  • Technicians/Research Assistants

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