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, are being used and how this is providing benefits for the company's precious metals applications.
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, don't hesitate to watch this presentation as it addresses these issues and will guide you through the best practice for...
What techniques are available for trace elemental analysis of food samples and which is best for you?
The determination of the elemental content of food samples is critical for consumer safety, as it allows the identification of toxic elements such as lead and arsenic. In addition, it provides useful information regarding the nutritional characteristics of the food sample under test and is...
Speciation analysis of heavy metals is key to ensuring food safety standards - find out how ICP-MS is leading the way...
Need to know more about analysing trace metals in food? What guidelines are being provided by regulators? Why is speciation analysis so important? To find the answers listen to this on-demand learning presentation from Bert Popping.
Shimadzu has produced an application note describing the analysis of minerals and harmful elements in formula milk powder using ICP-MS.
Shimadzu has produced an application note describing an example of analysis of 24 elements included in the ICH Q3D guideline using inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry.
Shimadzu has produced an application note describing the simultaneous analysis of tap and mineral water using ICP-MS.
Shimadzu has produced an application note describing the simultaneous analysis of plant materials using ICP-MS.