Environmental Analysis

Be More Productive with ICP-MS Instruments

Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) is a key technology for trace elements in routine focused laboratories. The determination of trace elements is regulated in a number of sample matrices, including drinking waters (EPA method...

How to perform better GC analyses of petrochemicals, PAHs and residual solvents

Separation Science, in collaboration with Agilent, is offering a selection of application notes demonstrating the versatility of its 8890 gas chromatography (GC) system that enables you to work smarter with autonomous monitoring, remote...

Environmental Compendium: The Essential Handbook for Every Environmental Testing Lab

Environmental scientists all have one thing in common… finding a reliable and reproducible method to uncover unknown contaminants and quantify known substances, even at ultra-low concentrations. We know that this can be quite a challenge.

A Review of Air Sampling Techniques and Monitoring of Ozone Precursor VOCs

Separation Science, in collaboration with PerkinElmer has developed an upcoming webinar that will compare the different techniques of air sampling and when they are utilized. Regulatory agencies globally are increasing requirements and rigor for...

What can smartphone technology offer environmental analysis?

Do you work with environmental samples? Would you like to know how modern smartphone technology is being utilized to improve analysis? If so, read on...

Analysis of PFAS in the Environment

Around the world, communities are discovering that per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are commonly found in drinking water and the environment. These chemicals are persistent, toxic and harmful and their presence and accumulation in the...

Speciation Analysis of Volatile Arsenic Compounds in Gas and Liquefied Gas Samples using GC-ICP-MS

Agilent Technologies has produced an application note describing a novel gas sampling system that enables simultaneous GC-ICP-MS analysis of total and speciated volatile arsenic compounds such as arsine in gas and liquefied gas samples.

Improving resolution of PAHs

Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are ubiquitous in the environment. They belong to a group known as persistent organic pollutants (POPs) and their monitoring is important because they have been identified as carcinogens. Multiple isomers...

Lowering costs in your environmental lab...

Environmental laboratories are always looking for ways to save costs without compromising analytical results in terms of sensitivity, robustness or quality controls.

Online monitoring of atmospheric aerosols

Atmospheric aerosols exert a large but uncertain negative (cooling) radiative forcing on regional climate. Their chemical composition affects this climate forcing via aerosol hydroscopicity and consequential cloud interactions, as well as...

Routine GC×GC for Environmental Monitoring

Do you work in an environmental laboratory? Is extracting key analytical data from your environmental samples a challenge? If so, then this on-demand presentation is for you...

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