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Improve Your Skills in ICP-OES Analysis

Welcome to the ‘Atomic Spectroscopy Learning Hub: Improve Your Skills in ICP-OES’, a free access portal produced by Separation Science in collaboration with Agilent. The course is designed to improve your knowledge, best practice and troubleshooting...

Minimization of the Required Sample Volume for Agilent RapidFire High-Throughput Mass Spectrometry System

This application note describes analysis with the Agilent RapidFire high-throughput MS system using tubing with a smaller inner diameter (id). This way, the necessary sample volume could be minimized.

Automated Method Development Using a High‑Throughput Mass Spectrometry System

This application note demonstrates a procedure for optimizing a method for a small example molecule, cyclic AMP. The final method has a CV of <3%, greatly improved peak shape, and 20-fold reduced carryover as compared to the generic starting method.

High-Throughput Direct Injection Analysis by Mass Spectrometry

Due to large numbers of samples and the associated analysis time for each, using mass spectrometry (MS) as a primary screening technique can be a long, tedious process. This application note presents a modified Agilent RapidFire high‑throughput MS...

A lab-wide approach for training your entire team

A successful lab requires more than just optmized workflows - at its heart it needs a confident, well-trained team of scientists.

Knowing How to Make ICP-MS Easier

Are you looking to improve your ICP-MS analysis? If so, register for this presentation and learn how from our technology experts.

6 Steps to Successful ICP-OES Analysis

Want to improve your ICP-OES skills? Then visit the '6 Steps to Successful ICP-OES' tutorial.

Best practice, tips and tricks, and troubleshooting advice for atomic absorption spectroscopy

Improve your atomic absorption knowledge and skills with these online tutorials.

Webinar on New ICP-OES Sample Introduction Components to Enhance Analysis of Challenging Samples

Join this ICP-OES focused webinar to learn about new sample introduction components that can enhance analysis of challenging samples with improved productivity, better performance, and simpler maintenance routines.

Visit the 'Atomic Spectroscopy Learning Hub' to improve your ICP-MS knowledge and skills

Looking to improve your ICP-MS skills? Why not visit the ‘Atomic Spectroscopy Learning Hub’, a free-access portal produced by Separation Science, in collaboration with Agilent. The course is designed to improve your knowledge, best practice and...

Best practice, tips and tricks for improved atomic absorption

Separation Science, in collaboration with Agilent, offers a free-access learning series comprising video tutorials discussing fundamentals, best practice tips and tricks, and maintenance and troubleshooting advice for atomic absorption spectroscopy....

Using AI to provide cost-effective elemental ICP-OES analysis

Are you looking to simplify maintenance, improve analytical performance, and reduce sample remeasurement with your ICP-OES analyses? If so, this on-demand webinar is aimed at you...

Maximizing value in metals recovery

In a recent interview, Separation Science took time to talk with Adam Currie, Laboratory Manager at Siltech PMR in Melbourne, Australia, to understand how plasma-based techniques such as ICP-OES and MP-AES, and the Agilent OneNeb Series 2 Nebulizer,...

Mastering the art of ICP-MS interface cone performance

Do you need help in selecting the right cones for your Agilent ICP-MS and for your laboratory’s applications. Would you like to have a better understanding of what impact the cone has on the analysis results and why you should choose genuine...

Clearing a blocked nebulizer in simple steps

This technical overview from Agilent Technologies demonstrates the importance of cleaning a blocked ICP-OES nebulizer and provides an instructional guide on how to clean it.

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