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ISC Webinars

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  • EPA Method 8270: Improve Throughput and Recoveries
    EPA Method 8270: Improve Throughput and Recoveries
    Horizon Technology Recorded: Oct 19 2010 46 mins
    Increasing Throughput and Recoveries with Highly Particulate Laden Aqueous Samples Using Horizon Technology’s Fast Flow Sediment Disk Holder for EPA Method 8270
  • Trace Level Analysis of Oxyhalides by Ion Chromatography
    Trace Level Analysis of Oxyhalides by Ion Chromatography
    Teresa Tam and Jay Gandhi, Ph.D. Recorded: Sep 8 2010 49 mins
    The webinar will discuss methods for assay of perchlorate, bromide and bromate at ppb concentration in drinking water.

    Moderator:
    Robert Stevenson, Ph.D.
    Editor of Separation Science; International Scientific Communications, Inc.

    Panelists:
    Teresa Tam
    Analytical Services Director; Illinois Sustainable Technology Center

    Jay Gandhi, Ph.D.
    Business Development Manager; Metrohm USA
  • Capturing & Improving Recoveries of EPA Method 8270 Compounds
    Capturing & Improving Recoveries of EPA Method 8270 Compounds
    Michael Ebitson and Greg Jeter Recorded: Oct 28 2009 44 mins
    An average laboratory will look for 70-100 compounds in the 8270 list over a very wide concentration range. The various characteristics and concentrations of these compounds offer a unique set of problems when attempting to extract, concentrate, and analyze. We will discuss a technique that includes the use of automation to capture and improve the
    recoveries of these 8270 compounds.

    Presented by:
    Michael Ebitson – Applications and Technical Support Manager & Greg Jeter – Technical Sales Representative, South West Region
  • EPA Method Modifications 1664A
    EPA Method Modifications 1664A
    Michael Ebitson and Jay Rowden Recorded: Jun 17 2009 38 mins
    Complying with the modifications to EPA Method 1664A using Horizon Technology automated extraction systems.

    Brought to you by: Michael Ebitson, Applications & Technical Support Manager and Jay Rowden, Technical Representative South-East Region
  • Use of environmental chambers for conducting stability testing
    Use of environmental chambers for conducting stability testing
    Ronald Breuer, Business Development Manger, BINDER Inc. Recorded: Jun 10 2009 18 mins
    The use of environmental chambers for conducting product shelf life and stability testing, including applications that require the ability to control temperature and humidity.

    Ron Breuer of BINDER Inc. will be presenting an informative presentation on stability and shelf life testing as well as static temperature and humidity testing for products in an environmental chamber. We will look at some of the current regulations for stability testing of pharmaceuticals as well as the options to comply with them. There will be information on other applications where testing requires the ability to control temperature and humidity.

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