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

Link to the on-demand webcast from Spectroscopy featuring noted author Rob Thomas, Principal Consultant of Scientific Solutions, and Laura Thompson, National Sales Manager for Milestone, Inc.

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 on every sample
– Reliable digestion regardless of the matrices or acid chemistry
– Maximized ICP-MS performance through reduction of residual carbon content of organic-based samples
Improved recoveries for highly volatile elements such as mercury
– Lower running costs.

May 2018

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

Digestion Webinar: Improving Extractables and Leachables and Trace Metal Testing of Pharmaceutical Packaging

Regulatory requirements for pharmaceutical packaging dictate that not only must the final finished package be tested for trace metals, but all materials used in the construction as well.
October 2017

Extraction Webinar:

Understanding the Advantages of Microwave Extraction Technology for Environmental Laboratories.
September 2017

Mercury Webinar:

Direct Mercury Analysis at Work with Tim Michel.
July 2016

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

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