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QuEChERS 101: The Basics and Beyond

Date: Nov 17, 2010 - 15:00

The presenters discuss in detail the QuEChERS extraction procedure from the point of product arrival through extraction, dispersive SPE and on to analysis. Factors that affect recovery and increase throughput are presented in addition to future applications for QuEChERS, reaching far beyond pesticides in food products. New users will gain a basic understanding of the QuEChERS method and its benefits; experienced users will learn about new advances and optimization of the QuEChERS methodology.

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Living with trace elemental species - speciation, legislation, analytical demands and ICP-MS

Date: Sep 30, 2008 - 15:00

It is now widely recognized that different chemical forms of elements in our environment display different physicochemical properties such as toxicity, bioavailability, reactivity and mobility. Speciation, the discrimination and analysis of these chemical forms, is therefore on the rise, as we try to understand the true nature of trace-elements and their impact. This presentation aims to briefly introduce the principles behind speciation and its relevance in today's society.

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