Up Coming Webinars

On-Demand Webinars:

Control your acid supply, and save money doing it – benefits of sub-boiling distillation

Open-vessel, conventionally heated digestion has been used to process samples for metals analysis for decades and is still used today. Though it works well for many applications, it does have its limitations. Learn how you can expand your lab’s metals capabilities by adding closed-vessel microwave digestion to your lab’s sample prep process. We will review its benefits, how it can help your lab digest and analyze a wide array of matrices more effectively, and even expand your capabilities to accommodate new applications.

Learning Objectives:
– Learn the advantages of closed-vessel microwave digestion over open-vessel techniques
– Learn how closed-vessel digestion can lower your analytical blank, shorten digestion times, and provide superior digestion quality
– See how using this technology can help expand your lab’s capabilities, both in sample types and applications
– See examples of lab’s like yours who have made the transition from open to closed-vessel digestion

Who should attend:
– Testing laboratories using techniques other than closed-vessel digestion to prep samples for metals analysis
– Contract laboratories looking to diversify the industries they serve for metals analysis
March 30, 2021

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Advance Your Lab’s Analytical Capabilities with Closed-Vessel Microwave Digestion

Open-vessel, conventionally heated digestion has been used to process samples for metals analysis for decades and is still used today. Though it works well for many applications, it does have its limitations. Learn how you can expand your lab’s metals capabilities by adding closed-vessel microwave digestion to your lab’s sample prep process. We will review its benefits, how it can help your lab digest and analyze a wide array of matrices more effectively, and even expand your capabilities to accommodate new applications.

Learning Objectives:
– Learn the advantages of closed-vessel microwave digestion over open-vessel techniques
– Learn how closed-vessel digestion can lower your analytical blank, shorten digestion times, and provide superior digestion quality
– See how using this technology can help expand your lab’s capabilities, both in sample types and applications
– See examples of lab’s like yours who have made the transition from open to closed-vessel digestion

Who should attend:
– Testing laboratories using techniques other than closed-vessel digestion to prep samples for metals analysis
– Contract laboratories looking to diversify the industries they serve for metals analysis
April 21, 2020

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Cannabis Microwave Digestion: Advanced Tips and Tricks

In this webinar you will learn about the various cannabis sample types, their properties, and how they behave during microwave digestion. We will review the best way to handle them and how we develop the optimal microwave program for digestion, using both rotor-based and Single Reaction Chamber (SRC) Technology. We will share analytical results and the experiences of some of our users.

Learning Objectives:
– Gain an understanding of the various types of cannabis samples and the nuances in working with them
– Learn tips and tricks for handling different types of samples, including flower, distillate, and tinctures
– See the microwave methods used to achieve safe and complete digestion of cannabis samples, and learn why they are used

Who should attend:
Anyone new to cannabis metals testing who would like to have a better understanding of the fundamentals of microwave sample preparation
April 23, 2020

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Back by popular demand!
May 6: Microwave Terpene Extraction 101

Learn how terpenes impact the quality of cannabis derivative products, and the principles and benefits behind microwave terpene extraction. We will discuss operation basics, productivity estimates, and general questions to better understand how this solvent-free approach compares to other extraction techniques.
May 6, 2020

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Basics of Cannabis Microwave Digestion for Trace Metals Analysis

In this webinar you will learn more about the role of sample preparation in the overall analytical process, the chemistry and parameters behind microwave digestion, and how it helps achieve accurate results for the analysis of your cannabis samples.
April 15, 2020

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Reduce Your Labs Expenses Through Sub-Boiling Distillation

Learn how easy it is to integrate sub-boiling distillation into your lab and the tangible cost savings it can provide. You will learn about how it works, simple setup, automated operation, and how it can even pay for itself in as little as a few months. We will even show you labs, just like yours, that are using it to support their metals analysis with measurable benefits.
April 9, 2020

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Microwave Terpene Extraction 101

Learn how terpenes impact the quality of cannabis derivative products, and the principles and benefits behind microwave terpene extraction. We will discuss operation basics, productivity estimates, and general questions to better understand how this solvent-free approach compares to other extraction techniques.
April 8, 2020

Instruments for Elemental Analysis

Join Lab Manager and our panel of experts as we discuss the latest trends in qualitative and quantitative analysis while reviewing the most recent advances in instrument design and methodology.
June 2019

Analyzing Mercury in the Peruvian Amazon

This webcast will provide an overview of Prof. Fernandez’s motivation behind this project. We will discuss his sampling methodology and how Direct Mercury Analysis has helped overcome the challenges posed by operating in the field to allow for on-site mercury characterization.
February 2019

Any Sample, Any Time: The Benefits of Single Reaction Chamber Microwave Digestion for Trace Element Analysis

Learn the fundamental principles and real-world benefits of single reaction chamber (SRC) microwave digestion compared to traditional sample preparation techniques for carrying out trace element analysis by atomic spectroscopy techniques.
May 2018

Improving Extractables and Leachables and Trace Metal Testing of Pharmaceutical Packaging

Jordi Labs will analyze pharmaceutical packaging extracts to demonstrate the use of Single Reaction Chamber technology and show results consistent with various pharmaceutical packaging regulations e.g. USP <661.1>, <661.2>, <1663>, <1664>, <233>.
October 2017

Understanding the Advantages of Microwave Extraction Technologies for Environmental Laboratories

Learn how the newest extraction rotor on the market is helping environmental laboratories increase productivity and reduce operating costs while producing accurate results.
September 2017

Mercury Webinar:

Direct Mercury Analysis for Fish, Animal and Biological Tissue Samples with Jason Gerbino and Maggie Castellini (University of Alaska at Fairbanks).
July 2016

Mercury Webinar:

Direct Mercury Analysis at Work with Tim Michel.
July 2016

USP <232>/<233>: Understanding Method Requirements and Guidance for Getting Your Lab Ready for Implementation

Overview of method requirements, define key parameters, and discuss considerations laboratories should make as they get themselves ready to implement the new methods.
May 2016

Think Blank: Clean Chemistry for Atomic Spectroscopy Webinar

Learn about Clean Chemistry products and technologies designed to help generate superior analytical data for ICP-OES or ICP-MS instrumentation.
January 2016

Digestion Webinar:

Utilizing Microwave Sample Prep to Increase Environmental Laboratory Efficiency.
October 2015

Digestion Webinar (Pharma):
Are You Ready for USP 232/233?

Watch this webinar to help your planning.
January 2015