Thermo Fisher Scientific
Trace elemental analysis covers a range of applications that have vastly differing analytical requirements, and there are therefore a large number of instruments available on the market. Knowing which instrument is the most appropriate tool for your analysis depends on the specific analytical challenges your laboratory faces on a day-to-day basis. This webcast series will provide you with the knowledge needed to choose the right tool for your laboratory.
This part of the webcast series focuses on applications requiring high matrix tolerance or requiring detection limits in the high to low ppb range. These applications are typically run on inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectroscopy (ICP-OES) or atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS) instruments.
Attend this webcast to learn more about the available technology, and how they can address specific problems in trace elemental analysis.
Sanja Asendorf, Application Specialist, Thermo Fisher Scientific
After finishing her studies in Marine Environmental Sciences, Sanja participated in different research projects in the field of geochemistry. In 2014, she joined Thermo Fisher Scientific in Bremen as an Application Specialist for ICP-OES.
Nora Bartsch, Application Specialist, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Dr. Jianfeng Cui, Application Specialist, Thermo Fisher Scientific
After graduation in Chemistry in 2006, Jianfeng obtained his PhD from the University of Hannover Germany in 2010. In the next year he joined Thermo Fisher Scientific in his role as Application Specialist for TEA products.
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