Resources • Webinars
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For elemental analysis of liquid and solid samples, particular criteria should be followed when deciding between the ICP-OES and XRF techniques.
Learn how thermal desorption gives an extra dimension to understanding your cannabis samples, from raw material characterization through end product use.
This webinar will discuss how to tackle the US Environmental Protection Agency’s PAMS program using the technique TD-GC/MS.
Get to know the best-in-class Frontier PY-3030D multi-shot pyrolyzer and prepare your lab to upgrade from the 2020-series pyrolyzer.
We’re getting down to business when it comes to supporting your ASTM testing. We’ll highlight ED-XRF, WD-XRF, CHNS, trace SN, and other bench-top analyzers.
Get an introduction to the regulations limiting the quantities of VOCs and SVOCs allowed in vehicle cabin air. We’ll describe the evolution of harmonized, globally-applicable standard methods for sampling and measuring them.
The game is afoot! We’ll uncover the clues and crack the case when it comes to characterizing polymeric materials with elemental analysis.
During this webinar, we’ll give you the necessary step-by-step approach to take your existing laboratory and convert it to address the rapidly growing cannabis and hemp markets.
Make way for the all-stars. We’ve put together a convenient overview of the latest elemental analyzers that are making big waves in the analytical chemistry community.
Outdated flash pyrolysis of polymeric materials is a thing of the past. Discover the power of multi-mode pyrolyzer systems for the modern lab.
Webinar: Bourbon, Brews and UFOs! Identifying Unknown Materials in the Food & Beverage Industry Using FTIR Microspectroscopy
Learn how simplified FTIR microspectroscopy can be used to rapidly identify unknown materials and solve contamination issues in food, beverages and spirits.
In this webinar, you will learn simplified XRF principles, get a better understanding of what information XRF provides, learn the advantages of different types of lab XRF instrumentation, and learn guidelines on which one to select based on your needs.
Learn how the pyrolysis gas-chromatography mass spectrometry technique can be used for analyzing microplastics in environmental samples.
During this webinar, we will detail the types of financing option available, the credit application and approval process, and finally, the pros and cons of financing.
Join us to learn about Advanced Material Characterization using pyrolysis in 3D printing, smart coatings, and nanomaterials.
In this 60-minute SIFT-MS webinar, we will provide a detailed introduction to the SIFT-MS technique and its analytical performance.
During this webinar, Dr. Michael Schilling explores the use of an expert system for interpreting Py-GC/MS data for synthetic paint media, which can benefit paint chemists and forensic examiners of trace evidence.
This webinar will explore the thermal extraction-GC/MS technique and the method map for material characterization, and its use in analyzing hydrocarbons in shale rock.
During this webinar, we’ll focus on microplastics and the detection and identification of microplastics particles using FTIR microspectroscopy.
This webinar explores the technique of SIFT-MS (selected ion flow tube mass spectrometry), and its use for rapid vehicle interior air quality analysis.
This webinar covers everything you need to know about mycotoxins screening in cannabis testing, as well as current regulations and testing solutions.
Starting a laboratory tailored to the cannabis industry can be both challenging and rewarding. This webinar explores the common pitfalls and learning experiences when setting up a cannabis lab.
This webinar explores the pressurized liquid extraction technique, and its importance to high-throughput, consistent, reproducible pesticide and potency analysis.
During this webinar focuses on the challenging task of measuring mold wafer thickness using non-contact, high-throughput metrology, and improving process control.
Various automotive applications of SIFT-MS are described in the webinar, including enhanced tailpipe exhaust gas analysis, emission screening of synthetic and natural vehicle components, and leak detection.
During this webinar, we’ll explore how the SIFT-MS instrument can assist in impurity profiling in pharmaceutical products. Applications include simple formaldehyde analysis, residual solvent analysis, and packaging analysis.
In this webinar, we explore how to use interferometry to measure step height of pads or under bump metallization (UBM) features on wafer structures that are not completely flat and show height variations.
During this webinar, we will introduce the SIFT-MS technique, its automation, and present a variety of food and flavor applications.
In this webinar, we’ll explore how direct, broad-spectrum analysis using SIFT-MS can be used for formaldehyde analysis to trace levels in air and headspace, real-time ambient air monitoring for VOCs and odorous compounds, and very high-throughput screening of polymers and packaging.
Air can be a complex and dynamic matrix. This webinar will present a variety of SIFT-MS-based environmental applications, including ambient and fence-line monitoring, stack analysis, indoor air quality analysis, and comprehensive odor analysis.
This webinar will introduce the SIFT-MS technique, and its use in applications including formaldehyde analysis to trace levels in air and headspace, real-time ambient air monitoring for VOCs and odorous compounds, and very high-throughput screening of polymers and packaging.
From mud logging to the fenceline, selected ion flow tube mass spectrometry (SIFT-MS) provides ground-breaking opportunities to the petrochemical industry, including prospecting, extraction, refining and processing.
Regulators and consumers demand increasingly lower levels of harmful volatile emissions in motor vehicle passenger cabins, pushing manufacturers toward more comprehensive testing – from component level to finished vehicles – to ensure conformance and avoid costly tear-out.
Ingenious application of direct, ultra-soft chemical ionization coupled with mass spectrometric detection makes simultaneous and continuous analysis simple for both routine and chromatographically-challenging compounds.
Extremely high-throughput SIFT-MS provides unique opportunities for comprehensive sample analysis because of ingenious application of direct, ultra-soft chemical ionization.
In this webinar hosted by SMTA, we explore ways to tackle that problem and introduce the work flow of a stable algorithm to evaluate the above mentioned features automatically for different devices.
Airborne molecular contaminants (AMC) cause major product quality issues in modern semiconductor fabrication, even at very low levels (ppb concentrations and below). Currently multiple different tools are used to detect certain classes of AMCs with varying degrees of effectiveness.
Reactive compounds like ammonia, formaldehyde, hydrogen fluoride, and hydrogen sulfide— together with VOCs—can be measured routinely without the need for chromatography.
Reliable chemical and engineering information is critical for rapid process development. Often, the sensors are too slow, and provide limited information.
A comprehensive overview of the Frontier EGA-PY-3030D multi-shot pyrolyzer system.
Selected ion flow tube mass spectrometry (SIFT-MS) is a new technology for fast, sensitive, selective and stable analysis at trace levels.
This webinar explores the five secrets of detailed polymer characterization and deformulation using GC-MS.
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