Upcoming Extraction Webinar:
Learn how terpenes impact the quality of cannabis derivative products, and why cannabis growers and processors should address weaknesses in their extraction techniques to drive demand for them. Stephen Markle (Medizin/Planet 13, Las Vegas) explains why microwave-assisted, solvent-free terpene extraction has enabled his organization to optimize their production process while also helping to improve market demand for their line of vape cartridges.
Key Learning Objectives:
- Understand the critical role the terpene profile has on your product’s taste and smell
- See the science behind microwave terpene extraction, and why it’s ideal for developing high quality cannabis products, including vape cartridges
- Discover how microwave extraction yields full spectrum terpene extracts that are representative of your cannabis material
- Learn how microwave technology provides improved return on investment for your cannabis processing needs
Who Should Attend:
Cannabis and hemp growers and processors who want a better understanding for solvent-free extraction technologies to improve their product quality.
Digestion Webinar: Instruments for Elemental Analysis
The analytical chemist has many tools at their disposal to perform qualitative and quantitative analysis of the chemical characteristics of a compound. Elemental analysis has vital applications in earth and clinical sciences, such as the identification of trace elements in drinking water or bodily fluids. 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.
As an attendee you will learn more about:
– Recent advances in instruments and methodology for elemental analysis
– How to identify the best elemental analysis instrument for your application
– How to optimize your analytical workflow for improved results and reproducibility
Mercury Webinar: Analyzing Mercury in the Peruvian Amazon
For thousands of years, Mercury has been used for gold extraction, since it forms amalgams that helps miners separate fine gold particles from ore bearing sediments. Prof. Luis E. Fernandez and his team have focused on investigating the extent of mercury contamination in 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.
Key Learning Objectives:
– Understand the negative effects of artisanal gold mining in the environment and public health
– Discover how direct mercury analysis simplifies analytical procedures while providing high sensitivity and reliable results
– Learn how mercury characterization across different media is performed in order to determine its distribution, impact, and potential remediation
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. Explored are SRC technology capabilities, such as those described below, which uniquely address sample digestion challenges and requirements across a broad range of industries:
– Simultaneous digestion of widely different sample matrices
– High volume sample throughput
– Direct temperature and pressure control
– Reliable digestion regardless of the matrices or acid chemistry
– Improved recoveries for highly volatile elements
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>.
Who should watch this webinar: Chemists (Organic, Environmental, Analytical, Extraction) Lab Managers, Lab Directors, QC Managers in:
– CRO Contract Labs
– USP Pharma Labs
– Polymer Labs
– Analytical Testing Labs
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.
Who should watch this webinar: Chemists (Organic, Environmental, Analytical, Extraction), Lab Managers, Lab Directors, QC Managers in:
– Environmental Laboratories
– Cannabis Laboratories
– Government Laboratories
– Analytical Testing Laboratories
– Academic Laboratories
Direct Mercury Analysis for Fish, Animal and Biological Tissue Samples with Jason Gerbino and Maggie Castellini (University of Alaska at Fairbanks).
Direct Mercury Analysis at Work with Tim Michel.
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.
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.
Utilizing Microwave Sample Prep to Increase Environmental Laboratory Efficiency.
Digestion Webinar (Pharma):
Are You Ready for USP 232/233?
Watch this webinar to help your planning.