Advancing Microwaves into a Simplified & Efficient Digestion Technique for Environmental, Food and Pharmaceutical Samples

June 22, 2016

8:00 a.m. PDT / 11:00 a.m. EDT / 16:00 BST / 17:00 CEST

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Overview

 

For more than 30 years, microwave heating has successfully been applied towards sample digestion, streamlining the workflow of elemental analysis. Legacy microwave systems improve throughput by parallel processing of large sample batches, while recent designs enable fast, sequential digestion of individual samples in a compact instrument footprint.

In this webinar we will discuss how a unique, compact and affordable microwave design addresses the limitations of existing microwave instruments, by eliminating consumable costs, simplifying handling steps, and enabling processing of mixed sample batches with high masses. Application examples from the environmental, food and chemical industries will illustrate the benefits of applying the unique Directed Multimode Cavity (DMC) microwave heating process towards sample digestion.

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Particpants Will Learn:

 

• Get an overview of current conventional and microwave-based sample digestion techniques, as well as limitations and challenges.

• Understand the importance of efficient sample digestion prior to elemental analysis.

• Learn how the unique DMC microwave heating technique simplifies the digestion requirements for a variety of sample matrices.

Who Should Attend:

 

• QA/QC Officers

• Researchers, R&D Managers

• Laboratory Managers, Directors & Supervisors

• Laboratory Technicians, Instrument Operators

 

Speaker

 
Reynhardt Klopper,
Product Specialist for Analytical & Synthetic Chemistry,
Anton Paar USA, Inc.
 

Moderator

 
Linda Wang,
Senior Editor,
C&EN
 

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