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|Ion Chromatography Symposium (IICS)|
Cincinnati, OH - 9/19
Assoc. of Analytical Communities (AOAC)
Orlando, FL - 9/26
Electrochemical Society (ECS)
Las Vegas, NV - 10/10
Eastern Analytical Symposium (EAS)
Somerset, NJ - 11/15
2-day IC & Titration best practices
Oklahoma City 9/14-15
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Advanced IC Methods
Anaheim, CA, choose:
11/16-17 or 11/18-19
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FREE WEBINAR ON WATER ANALYSIS
Tomorrow! September 8th, 2 pm EST
In conjunction with American Laboratory Magazine, our Ion Chromatography expert Dr. Jay Gandhi will join panelist Teresa Tam (Illinois Sustainable Technology Center) and moderator Dr. Robert Stevenson (Separations Science) in discussing methods for trace level assays of perchlorate, bromide and bromate in drinking water.
This is a LIVE webinar, with time saved at the end for Q&A.
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Application: Escape the burden of sample prep!
Titration and ion chromatography are applications used for highly accurate determinations; however, they are only as reliable as the sample prep techniques that precede them. With automation, you don't have to worry about the shape, coating, filling components, etc., that would change how you prep your sample - it's all done for you, automatically and reproducibly!
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Application: Titration of whole blood & plasma
Perform acid-base analyses on whole blood and blood plasma with the method set forth by Joergensen and Stirum: this technique uses automatic titration to determine blood acid concentrations to diagnose conditions such as acidosis and alkalosis in research specimens.
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Application: Impedance spectroscopy basicsWe've put together a series of short application notes that cover the basic principles and concepts, data analysis, circuit equivalents, even electrode setup. It's a great starting point for EIS/FRA review.
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