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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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Trace Element Analysis of Industrial Wastewater and Sewage with TXRF

Date: Feb 23, 2011 - 15:00

This one-hour webinar demonstrates the capabilities of TXRF for trace element analysis of industrial wastewater, sewage, mining waste and process runoff. It also highlights the ease of sample preparation of this analytical technique for routine lab analysis, industrial lab testing and mobile laboratories. You will learn about the preparation of slurries, suspensions and other multiphase mixtures without any time-consuming digestion procedures.

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Identify, Confirm, Solve, Explore with FTIR

Date: Jan 26, 2011 - 15:00

FTIR provides a fast and easy mechanism to identify and quantify your samples, from solids, liquids and gases through to thin films, plastics, pharmaceuticals and even monolayers. The ease of use and rapid generation of results gives FTIR a distinct advantage over other analytical techniques. This webinar presents: basics of FTIR theory; the appropriate selection of sampling accessories for the analysis of liquids, solids and gases; examples of their use in many routine applications. Topics covered...

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Trace Elemental Analysis for the Mining and Metallurgy Industry

Date: Jan 25, 2011 - 15:00

Follow the journey of an ore obtained straight from the earth, through the refining and purification processes to the final, finished product. More importantly, learn how trace elemental analysis techniques accompany the process from beginning to end, enabling the production of the purest, highest quality products. This webinar focuses on AA, ICP, ICP-MS, OES and XRF techniques through the presentation of real-life case studies and applications. If trace elemental analysis plays a role in your mining and...

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Atomic Spectroscopy Webinar Series: Clearly Better - The New Portfolio from Agilent

Date: Dec 8, 2010 - 15:00

Agilent Technologies and Varian, Inc. are now one company. This series of web events will offer a portfolio overview, specific instrument technology updates and will highlight applications which utilize the new portfolio of technologies, including AA, ICP-OES and ICP-MS products. Attend one or more of these online events to learn about the expanded atomic spectroscopy portfolio and solutions now available from Agilent Technologies.

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Use and Qualification of TXRF for Trace Element Analysis of Dietary Supplements and Nutrients

Date: Dec 1, 2010 - 15:00

Learn about fast simultaneous multi-element trace analysis on foods and nutrients using total reflection X-ray fluorescence spectrometry during Bruker's webinar on the S2 PICOFOX TXRF spectrometer.

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In Search of Biomarkers, Mass Spectrometry as a Tool for Discovery

Date: Oct 26, 2010 - 15:00

Mass spectrometry coupled with liquid chromatography is one of the most powerful techniques for biomarker discovery due to the attributes that these tools exhibit over other methods. In this webinar, hear from experts in the field about the challenges and solutions associated with the search for biomarkers and promising analytical solutions to address them.

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