Agilent supplies can help you improve performance and productivity – regardless of the instrument you’re using for your environmental applications
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Agilent supplies can help you improve performance and productivity – regardless of the instrument you’re using
for your environmental applications
Broadcast on October 18, 2016
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Laboratories that handle environmental applications face many complex analysis and business challenges. These may include managing the sample workload to ensure the lab. keeps operating efficiently; scheduling mission critical analyses, especially when key instruments suffer downtime; sourcing supplies to keep your instrumentation fully operational and ensuring your results meet or exceed the QC and performance requirements of your internal and/or external regulatory methods.
In this session, we’ll focus on analysis of environmental water and soil samples to illustrate how some innovative Agilent supplies can help you achieve better performance, improve productivity and simplify analysis workflows - regardless of the instrument you’re using.
We’ll illustrate the advantages by comparing performance indicators such as Limits of Detection, linear dynamic range, short and long term stability, and recoveries for a range of CRMs and real samples.
What you will learn:
- Learn about innovative sample handling approaches that can help you improve performance and productivity
- Establish how these new sample handling approaches can also help you reduce sample preparation ‘overheads’
- How you can reduce your administration costs and purchasing delays
Who should attend:
- Lab managers
- Lab technicians
- Analytical scientists
- Anyone working with environmental samples or looking for ways to improve productivity in their spectroscopy instrument
Product Marketing Manager,
Eric Vanclay: Biography
Eric Vanclay graduated from Monash University, Melbourne in 1985 with a Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Chemistry. He has since completed further post graduate studies in Marketing. He joined Varian, Inc. in 1988 as Export Specialist and has since worked in numerous roles including AA Product Manager, ICP-OES Product Manager and European Spectroscopy Sales/Support Specialist. In 2010, Varian was acquired by Agilent Technologies. Currently, Eric is Spectroscopy Consumables Product Marketing Manager for Agilent Technologies based at the spectroscopy technology innovation centre in Melbourne, Australia. He has over 25 years experience with all of the atomic spectroscopy techniques.