Tuesday, November 6, 2018 at 11am EST | 8am PST | 4pm GMT | 5pm CET
The analysis of organic solvents by trace elemental techniques presents a series of challenges, especially for laboratories introducing new ICP-OES based methods to meet expanded requirements. Organic solvents often require new sample introduction techniques to address their physical and chemical properties as well as instrumental solutions to the complex emission spectrums they produce. This webcast uses specific examples to demonstrate the appropriate selection of sample introduction components as well as the key factors to consider for method development for this type of analysis.
Key Learning Objectives
- Selecting sample introduction and components to ensure successful analysis of organic samples
- Understand the key factors impacting organic sample analysis by ICP-OES and how to develop a method taking these into account
- How to minimize reanalysis of samples by ensuring a right-first-time approach