Applications and New Developments in ICP-MS and Related Techniques eSeminar

This eSeminar is now available to view on-demand. To view the individual presentations complete the form opposite.

By viewing the presentations in this eSeminar you will gain ...

  • the latest updates and guidance on methods, protocols, processes and developments in ICP-MS and related techniques
  • first-hand knowledge from experts in their respective fields
  • information on how ICP-MS and related techniques are applied across a variety of sectors from environmental to biological to perform challenging analyses.

Register for this learning event...

Separation Science has developed an on-demand version of its eSeminar focusing on applications and new developments in ICP-MS and related techniques. This online educational event will provide those using these techniques updates and guidance on the latest methods, protocols, processes and developments with key experts providing practical insights into their respective fields.

Presentations

Grindlay_Mora_OnDem.pngCharge Transfer Matrix Effects in Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry: The More The Better
Guillermo Grindlay and Juan Mora (Analytical Atomic Spectrometry Group, University of Alicante, Spain)

Balcaen80.pngICP-Tandem Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS/MS) for the Determination of (Ultra)Traces of Challenging Elements in Complex Matrices
Lieve Balcaen (Ghent University, Belgium)

Galusha_Parsons100.pngStrategies for the Determination of Rare Earth Elements in Biological Tissues by Inorganic Mass Spectrometry
Aubrey Galusha and Patrick Parsons (Laboratory of Inorganic and Nuclear Chemistry, New York State Department of Health, USA)

Beauchemin100.pngFlow Injection Single Particle Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry: A Simplified Approach for the Characterization of Metal-Based Nanoparticles
Diane Beauchemin (Queen's University, Canada)

Nelms80.pngMeeting the Demands of the EU Water Framework Directive for Trace Element Analysis
Simon Nelms (Thermo Fisher Scientific, UK)

Ranville_80.pngDeveloping Methods for Examining Nanoparticle Transformations using Single Particle ICP-MS & Field Flow Fractionation
James F. Ranville (Department of Chemistry & Geochemistry, Colorado School of Mines, USA)

To register for this on-demand eSeminar please complete the form opposite.