Webinar: Sensitive Trace Metal Analysis in Challenging Matrices
4/6/2017 11:00 AM - 4/6/2017 12:00 PM

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Electrochemistry is characterized by its high sensitivity, insensitivity to interferences caused by dissolved solids, and its low cost of purchase and ownership. An alternative to more expensive techniques such as AAS, ICP-OES, ICP-MS, electrochemical methods deliver sensitive trace metal analysis in various chemicals and are powerful analytical tools to determine the concentration of organic impurities found in many pharmaceutical and clinical samples.

In this webinar Dayanand Mangru, Lab manager at Avantormaterials will share his experience in determining heavy metals in various chemicals and the carbonyl number in common solvents by voltammetry. Dr. Anne Shearrow, Applications Specialist at Metrohm USA, will then discuss the latest developments and common applications in voltammetry. 

Key Learning Objectives:
  • Learn how voltammetry can be used for critical chemical and solvent analysis
  • Discover the latest developments in electroanalytical instrumentation and applications using screen-printed electrodes.
  • Learn how to perform sensitive analysis in various industries
Who should attend?
  • R&D Scientists and QA/QC Managers from Chemical, Electroplating, Polymer, Pharmaceutical, Power Plant, Pulp & Paper and Food industries
  • Anyone performing trace metal analyses as per EPA, ASTM and USP regulatory methods
  • Those interested in learning about developments in voltammetry/polarography and its applications
  • Professors who are teaching electrochemistry