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 supplies for your ICP-MS? If so, sign up for this webinar as it will address these issues and guide you through the best practice for cone maintenance.
When is it happening?
Broadcast #1: 18 September, 2018
1 pm PDT (California) / 3 pm CDT (Arkansas) / 4 pm EDT (New York)
Broadcast #2: 19 September, 2018
9:30 am IST (New Delhi) / 12 pm SGT (Singapore) / 2 pm AEST (Melbourne)
Broadcast #3: 19 September, 2018
10 am BST (London) / 11 am CEST (Paris)
Why should you attend?
As a major supplier of spectroscopy and chromatography instruments, supplies and services, Agilent can assist ICP-MS instrument users reach new levels of productivity and efficiency by providing access to the power of its resources, knowledge and expertise.
ICP-MS instrument users attending this event will benefit from our experience and learn how to:
- select the right cone for your needs
- understand the risks and costs associated with use of non-genuine cones
- avoid instrument downtime and QC failures associated with poor performance
- maximize your investment in interface cones
- extend your cone lifetime
- avoid costly damage to cones through mis-handling.
(ICP-MS Spectroscopy Supplies Product Manager, Agilent Technologies, Melbourne, Australia)
Dr. Pearson graduated from the University of Hull, UK in 2003 with a M.Chem. in Chemistry with Analytical Chemistry & Toxicology. He went on to complete a Ph.D. using ICP-MS in 2007 with the title "Elemental Speciation and Miniaturised Sample Introduction Studies for ICP-MS". He has worked as a Product Manager in the UK and Australia for Spectroscopy and Sample Preparation instrumentation since 2007. Currently, Dr. Pearson is the ICP-MS Spectroscopy Supplies Product Manager for Agilent Technologies based at the Spectroscopy Technology Innovation Centre in Melbourne, Australia. He has over 15 years’ experience in Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy.