Element determination and quantification in liquid and solid samples is a topic of great interest in many fields. Usually, environmentally important elements are present at very low concentrations (trace and ultra-trace levels) and therefore the use of sensitive instrumental analytical techniques is mandatory. At present a wide range of analytical techniques for elemental analysis are available in the market, including XRF and ICP-OES. Each of these techniques has its advantages and drawbacks and thus, few laboratories rely only on one of these analytical methods but often use complementary combinations of them.
This webinar will provide a practical walk-through of ICP-OES and XRF – the most commonly used analytical techniques for elemental analysis of liquid and solid samples. Special attention is given to the next generation of elemental analysis instrumentation and the advantages and limitations of each configuration is shown.
Key webinar take-aways:
- Discover the latest instruments for ICP-OES and XRF elemental analysis in the lab
- Learn which products can address your applications
- Identify alternative elemental instrumentation and analytical methods that may help streamline your Quality Control and process control testing
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Product Manager, Quantum Analytics
Bryan is responsible for developing, consulting and supporting sales activities for spectroscopy product lines such as Infrared, UV-Vis, X-ray, Combustion Gas Analysis and more. Bryan also consults with clients to provide application support, method development as well as product training. Bryan’s experience includes 19 years of spectroscopy instrument focus providing sales & application support, method development and customer service support. His key to success is his ability to provide high level technical understanding to the low-tech, everyday common users, teaching complex concepts but in a manner that is simplified and useful.