Webinar Date/Time: Thu, Dec 7, 2023 10:00 AM EST
Join this insightful webinar focusing on the latest advancements in ICP-MS technology tailored to meet ASTM method D8110-17 for elemental analyses in light and middle distillate petroleum products. Gain valuable insights into overcoming common analytical challenges, ensuring streamlined and accurate results for your laboratory's petroleum product analyses.
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Laboratories conducting elemental analyses of petroleum products refer to American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) method D8110-17 which describes a procedure for the determination of a few trace elements in light and middle distillate petroleum products using inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry (ICP-MS). However, there are certain challenges that come with analyzing petroleum products. Carbon-based spectral interferences on several analytes of interest, for example, can lead to false analytical results. This webinar will review key ICP-MS technological advancements that make it easy to overcome these common challenges.
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Who Should Attend:
Directors, managers, and technicians of laboratories conducting elemental analyses of petroleum products
Inorganic Product Line Leader, Americas
PerkinElmer U.S. LLC
Aaron Hineman, the Americas inorganic product line leader at PerkinElmer, holds over 20 years of expertise in inorganic analytical chemistry. Beginning his career in Vancouver, B.C., he spent a decade developing analytical methodologies for international operations. Aaron's extensive knowledge spans the implementation of atomic spectroscopic technologies, including ICP-MS and ICP-OES instrumentation, as well as hyphenated speciation techniques. His contributions to software development for enhancing laboratory systems have been instrumental in data interpretation and analysis across various industries. Additionally, Aaron's adept training skills have equipped professionals at all levels, from technicians to managers, through comprehensive scientific workshops and presentations. As the inorganic product line leader, his customer-centric approach has driven the formulation and execution of impactful business strategies, overseeing a diverse portfolio of elemental detection instruments, consumables, and services. Aaron’s interests outside of work include snowboarding/skiing, obstacle races, biking, and running.