Strategies to combine trace elemental analysis and ion chromatography for complete inorganic environ

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  • Date: Oct 4, 2011 - 15:00 - 16:00 (local time)
  • Categories: Atomic
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Strategies to combine trace elemental analysis
and ion chromatography for
complete inorganic environmental testing


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Environmental samples present some of the most significant challenges to any testing laboratory. Testing requirements cover a larger portion of the periodic table with extreme linear range requirements from sub-ppb to high ppm level, from alkalis to halogens & everything in between. Sample preparation and matrix tolerance of 'dirty' samples also generate challenges for the analyst to overcome. There are many legislated protocols worldwide governing the determination of each element in each matrix and in an ideal world a single technology would be capable of all such determinations but in truth the analyst is more often faced with the question "What is the easiest way cover all elemental analytical requirements?"

For the environmental laboratory the combination of AA, ICP or ICP-MS for trace metals analysis with Ion Chromatography for the measurement of anions and cations offers the best mix of instrumentation to cover all inorganic analysis requirements. This presentation will discuss strategies for deployment of IC and trace elemental analysis in an inorganic testing laboratory and will present case studies highlighting how to overcome difficult challenges and what is the best mix of instrumentation to cover all inorganic analytical requirements.


Who should attend?

  • Contract laboratory managers
  • Users of ion chromatography or elemental analysis instrumentation
  • Environmental regulation enforcers
  • Personnel responsible for effluent monitoring from industrial plants
  • Analysts with challenging samples


Your speakers...
 

Richard JackRichard Jack
Global Market Development Manager
Thermo Fisher Scientific

Fergus KeenanFergus Keenan
Trace Chemical Analysis Field Marketing Manager
Thermo Fisher Scientific


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