Join us on February 2 and 3, 2022 to learn more about inorganic trace analysis.
Trace inorganic analysis is an essential part of the analytical testing world. In many cases contamination can alter or skew elemental analysis providing inaccurate results. In this webinar, we will discuss the sources of contamination and methods or controlling error with practical best practices for inorganic trace analysis.
What you will learn
- Understand the ways and routes in which contamination can enter inorganic samples and how to eliminate or control those sources
- Review best practices for common laboratory sample preparation and dilution techniques used in inorganic sample preparation to reduce contamination and error
- Learn the appropriate calculations and use of inorganic reference materials and how to translate common conversions to reduce calculation errors
Attend the webinar in your region
US/Americas: Wednesday, February 2, 2022, 11 am PST (Los Angeles) | 12 pm CST (Chicago) | 2 pm EST (New York)
EMEA/APAC (India): Wednesday, February 2nd, 2022, 10 am GMT (London) | 11 am CDT (Paris) | 12 pm EET (Athens) | 3.30 pm IST (Mumbai)
APAC (East Asia): Thursday, February 3rd, 2022, 10 am SST (Singapore) | 11 am JST (Tokyo) | 12.30 pm ACDT (Adelaide)
About the presenter
Patricia Atkins, Senior Applications Scientist, Spex
Patricia Atkins is a graduate of Rutgers University in NJ and was laboratory supervisor for Ciba Specialty Chemicals in the Water Treatment Division. Patricia later accepted a position conducting research and managing an air pollution research group within Rutgers University’s Civil & Environmental Engineering Department. In 2008, Patricia joined Spex as a senior application scientist in our certified reference materials’ division and spends her time researching industry trends and developing new reference materials. Patricia has been involved with many industry-focused advisory and regulatory groups including AOAC, ASTM, ACIL, NACRW and the Emerald Conference. She is a frequent presenter and speaker at numerous conferences including NACRW, NEMC, Pittcon and AOAC. She is a published author with her work appearing in various journals and trade publications including Spectroscopy, LCGC and Cannabis Science and Technology where she is a columnist for analytical issues in cannabis testing.