Reducing contamination to improve ICP/ICP-MS results via an integrated approach

Simplify and expedite the ashing procedure with microwave furnace
During this webinar, we will discuss several factors that must be considered when looking to minimize contamination and reduce blank levels while preparing samples for analysis by plasma spectrochemistry.

These factors include:
  • laboratory cleanliness
  • reagent choice and purity
  • quality of materials used
  • digestion procedure itself

The analytical instrument is just one component in achieving the lowest limits of detection using plasma spectrochemistry. The other critical area that puts significant demands on a laboratory’s overall detection capability is to ensure that the sample preparation procedure does not contribute any additional sources of contamination.
Mirco Rossetti


Mirco Rossetti
Product Manager at Milestone

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