Trace Metals Analysis in Dietary Supplements Using ICP-MS:
How to Achieve Regulatory Compliance and Minimize Contamination

Separation Science, in collaboration with Thermo Fisher Scientific, offers an upcoming webinar looking at ICP-MS analysis in dietary supplements for trace metals and minimizing contamination to meet regulatory compliance.

Date: 21 July, 2020

Start Times:
Broadcast 1: 10am BST (London) / 11am CEST (Paris) / 2.30pm IST (Mumbai) / 5pm SGT (Singapore)

Broadcast 2: 10am PDT (Los Angeles) / 1pm EDT (New York)

Duration: Approximately 60 minutes

Grant Fulford (Eurofins Food Integrity and Innovation)
Grant is a Senior Analytical Chemist at Eurofins Food Innovation and Integrity in Madison, WI, USA. Grant’s 16+ years of ICP-MS experience with trace metals analysis includes method development, special projects, and routine testing. He is also experienced in IC/ICP-MS, ICP, Graphite Furnace, and microwave sample digestion.

HansKHans Krueger (Eurofins Food Integrity and Innovation)
Hans is an analytical chemist who has spent 14+ years performing trace metals testing on food products with Eurofins Food Integrity and Innovation in Madison, WI, USA. Hans has helped develop and improve the trace metals analytical methods that are utilized at Eurofins Food Integrity and Innovation with ICP-MS instrumentation.





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This presentation will cover ICP-MS analysis of dietary supplements for trace metals and minimizing contamination to meet regulatory compliance. The topics presented include an overview of the technique of ICP-MS, the limitations and interferences of ICP-MS, sample preparation, laboratory hygiene, and the regulations for food and supplement analysis.

Case studies and data will be presented to show the challenges that regulations for trace metals can present in ICP-MS analysis of food and dietary supplements. Effectively and efficiently combating these challenges of ICP-MS instrumentation in supplement testing for trace metals will be discussed, as will strategies for hitting lower limits of quantitation (LOQs) in trace metals using ICP-MS instrumentation to meet regulatory compliance.

Additionally, how possible future regulation and client requirements can be met using a coupled IC/ICP-MS for Arsenic speciation will be addressed.

By attending this webinar you will learn:

  • why ICP-MS is a powerful technique for accurately quantitating trace metals
  • the key challenges and limitations involved in food and dietary supplement analysis with ICP-MS instrumentation
  • how regulations can affect the LOQs needed
  • how to ensure quality data is being generated

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