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North America Field Marketing Manager – Lab Water,
Laboratory trends of shrinking sample sizes and reducing sample preparation, combined with the increasing sensitivity of analytical and biological techniques, are resulting in more and more demanding purity of reagents and solvents used. The impact of trace contaminants from water utilized in these applications becomes, therefore, magnified. When the contaminant levels of concern in purified water are now often below the detection limits of currently available monitoring techniques, inappropriate selection of water purification technologies will have a direct impact on your laboratory results...
- Common trace contaminants in purified water and their impact on certain laboratory techniques
- How "ultrapure water" is defined and what it means with regard to purity
- How to select and use specific water purification technologies to remove specific classes of contaminants for various lab applications
- How to handle ultrapure water to minimize the risk of contamination and the impact on analytical techniques