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08/09/2022

Analysis of PFAS, AOF, EOF, and corrosive ions in various matrices with combustion IC

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Suitable sample preparation is vital for total halogen and sulfur analysis. Combustion IC is the traceable, fully documented, automated solution even for the most complex samples.

Learning points:

  • learn the principle of combustion ion chromatography (CIC)
  • understand CIC applications for the most challenging matrices
  • discover the new integrated CIC workflow
  • have the chance to discuss your technical questions with our experts

Traditional approaches are often cumbersome, time-consuming, and not consistently reproducible. Combustion ion chromatography (CIC) automates the pyrohydrolytic oxidization even for the most complex samples. In this workshop, organized together with with Nittoseiko Analytech (formerly Mitsubishi Chemical Analytech), Takuro Kato and Dr. Detlef Jensen will present the new combustion IC workflow and applications in detail! PFAS in water (AOF), in tissue (EOF), the analysis of high purity raw materials, industrial waste, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), metal ores, food, and beverages, recycled oil, or lithium-ion batteries: CIC is the solution. It is traceable, fully documented, and automated.

Who should attend:

  • Laboratory analysts working in environmental, food, industrial or pharmaceutical labs
  • Analysts challenged with PFAS testing
  • Analysts challenged with the analysis of total halides or total sulfur

You are unable to attend, or do you think the complete session is too long to watch it all at once? Take advantage of the on-demand version. Register, and you will automatically receive a link to the workshop recordings on 15 September.

Time: 10.00 - 12.30 Central European Summer Time


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Organizer:
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Event Type and Location:
seminar (online)
Date:
09/14/2022
Attendance Fee:
free of charge

Contact:
Thermo Fisher Scientific GmbH
Im Steingrund 4-6
D-63303 Dreieich
Mail: Send request
Web: www.thermofisher.com