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Analytical Approaches to Trace Elements in Water

Spectroscopy Solutions , in collaboration with Thermo Fisher Scientific, has developed an on-demand webinar covering modern analytical approaches to trace elemental analysis in drinking and surface waters.

Spectroscopy Solutions, in collaboration with Thermo Fisher Scientific, has developed an on-demand webinar covering modern analytical approaches to trace elemental analysis in drinking and surface waters.

Below you'll find details of the presentations included:

Validation of Metals in Clean and Waste Water by ICP-MS in Accordance to ISO:17025
presented by Michelle Gaskell (South West Water, UK)
This talk will discuss ICP-MS method development best practice as it pertains to trace metals in water matrices. You will understand the importance of, and strategies for, complying with ISO:17025, how to prepare for UKAS extension to scope, as well as other key considerations.

Elemental Analysis of Water – Which Elemental Analysis Technique is Right for My Requirements
by Matthew Cassap (Thermo Fisher Scientific, UK)
The determination of the elemental content of drinking and surface water is critical for consumer safety, as it allows the identification of toxic elements such as lead and cadmium. Analysis can vary from one element to another to meet the requirements of national and international water directives. This presentation presents the techniques available for the analysis and provides advice on how to select which is right for the different types of analysis.

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