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How does ICP-MS Improve Productivity and Profitability in the Environmental Laboratory?

Date: Nov 1, 2017 - 14:00

Recent developments in ICP-MS have extended its applicability well beyond clean environmental sample types such as drinking water. More complex and variable sample types such as wastewater, soil and sediment digests and other environmental matrices with high levels of total solids are now routinely analyzed. This extension of the scope of ICP-MS applications brings its own challenges. Methods must address the high matrix loading on the instrument, and the potential for matrix elements to cause polyatomic...

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Optimize Laboratory Productivity through System Utilization Monitoring and Business Analytics

Date: Nov 8, 2017 - 15:00

System utilization is often recognized as the key to unlocking operational insights for effective laboratory productivity. However, the definitions of system utilization can vary greatly and can have dramatically different use models. Join us to discover the many ways to look at and interpret utilization data as well as other asset management data to build a complete picture of your lab. In this webinar, we will cover the multiple sources of utilization data, review the benefits and limitations of each...

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The application of ICP-MS for the characterization of single nanoparticles in biological and environmental water samples

Date: Nov 14, 2017 - 15:00

The rapidly growing use of engineered nanomaterials in many environmentally relevant applications requires novel analytical approaches for determining their presence and concentrations in water and other environmental matrices. To date there are no standard methods for monitoring this emerging class of materials. Advances in ICP-MS software and hardware, available in the Agilent 7900, allow the detection of single nanoparticles in these environmental matrices. The webinar will present an application of...

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Why use signal-to-noise as a measure of MS performance when it is often meaningless?

Date: Jul 20, 2011 - 15:00

In the past, the signal-to-noise of a chromatographic peak determined from a single measurement has served as a convenient figure of merit used to compare the performance of two different MS systems. The evolution in the design of mass spectrometry instrumentation has resulted in very low noise systems that have made the comparison of performance based upon signal-to-noise increasingly difficult, and in some modes of operation impossible. This is especially true when using ultra-low noise modes such as...

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New Molecular Spectroscopy Solutions to Improve Life Science Lab Capability and Productivity

Date: Jun 29, 2011 - 15:00

From spectroscopic measurements of fast kinetic processes to plug-and-play versatility to robust and dependable hardware, Agilent meets your molecular spectroscopy needs. In this interactive webinar, Agilent product specialists discuss the newly released Cary 60 UV-Vis spectrometer, featuring unrivaled Xe flashlamp technology and fiber optic capabilities, productivity enhancing sampling techniques, and life science applications such as measuring micro-volume and cold (4o) samples, which are usually...

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MALDI MS with High Resolution / Accurate Mass powered with OrbitrapTM Technology

Date: May 17, 2011 - 15:00

High Resolution / Accurate Mass Performance of Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption/Ionization (MALDI) Mass Spectrometry on Orbitrap-based instrumentation is presented discussing the instrumental design with its MALDI intermediate pressure collisional cooling interface. Performance of the instrumentation is shown with regard to mass resolution, mass accuracy, sensitivity and dynamic range. Experimental setup for Automatic Gain Control (AGC) in MALDI mode is provided. Application examples deriving from LC...

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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

Date: May 11, 2011 - 15:00

The ease of use and rapid generation of results gives FTIR microscopy and chemical imaging a distinct advantage over other analytical techniques. Easy-to-use accessories, state-of-the-art instruments and software, and extensive IR libraries facilitate quick solutions to many analytical problems. This webinar presents the basics of FTIR microscopy theory, the use of FTIR microscopes and imaging systems, and the presenters discuss some routine applications in materials, polymer, biological and biomedical...

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Challenges and Solutions for In-Depth Coverage and Quantitation of the Immunopeptidome

Date: Mar 31, 2011 - 15:00

In this webinar, data is shown from the new TripleTOF 5600 mass spectrometry system that combines high speed with high resolution to deliver greater numbers of high-confidence peptide identifications and quantitative measurements on these complex samples than ever before. The Paragon Algorithm in ProteinPilot Software that is uniquely able to handle the 'no enzyme' search challenge of this extreme identification analysis regime is also discussed. In addition, complementary results from targeted mass...

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Clinical Applications of Selected Reaction Monitoring-Based Mass Spectrometry Assays

Date: Mar 30, 2011 - 15:00

In this interactive webinar, a multiplexed SRM-based assay to verify biomarkers for differential diagnosis of azoospermia is discussed, highlighting its ability to simultaneously quantify 30 proteins using MS. Also presented is an assay utilizing immuno-enrichment to extract prostate-specific antigen from complex mixtures, allowing quantification in the low ng/mL range. Finally, the results of a study assessing the transferability and reproducibility of SRM assays between clinical research laboratories...

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Is your AA overworked? Is high specification ICP overkill? Discover the solution

Date: Mar 29, 2011 - 15:00

Are you pushing your old AA to the limits and looking for a simple, low cost solution to analyze more elements with higher throughput capability? Do you have new trace elemental analysis requirements? If so, this webinar informs you about the available options. We explain the capabilities of modern AA, the current advantages of simultaneous high specification ICP and introduce a new instrument solution which bridges the gap between these two established techniques. Practical examples are provided with...

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QA/QC of Materials and Coatings on Surfaces by Handheld FTIR Analyzers

Date: Mar 3, 2011 - 15:00

Detailed QA/QC analysis and characterization of materials, coatings and surfaces is increasingly important due to a combination of advances in material science, and the increased number of global suppliers. A new generation of handheld FTIR analyzers is now available for assuring the quality and performance of these materials. This webinar covers topics including: introduction to handheld FTIR Analyzers for QA/QC applications, examples of handheld FTIR analysis in several different applications,...

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Topographic and 3D Raman Imaging - The next great leap in Raman microscopy

Date: Feb 24, 2011 - 15:00

This webinar introduces the operational principles of Raman imaging as a tool for analyzing the chemical characteristics of a sample three dimensionally including the distribution of the chemical compounds, crystallinity and material stress fields.

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