Virtual Event Center

Accede to our analytical lab and team of experts in just one click!

At Milestone we are keen to provide real and solid answers to your needs. That's why we are offering you an easy access to our application team and analytical laboratory through our Virtual Event Center. In these series of events, industry-based webinars and virtual workshops, we provide in depth explanations of our solutions for several applications and markets.
Through our live webcams, you can enter in our labs, speak to our specialists and ask for a customized demo. Real samples, possibly yours, are processed live to provide a tangible demonstration of our solutions. See with your eyes how Milestone can help!
Virtual event center with live webcams
Now available 24/24 h

Virtual Workshop with live demo
Gianpaolo Rota

Gianpaolo Rota

Product Manager at Milestone
For analytical labs

Tips for method development in microwave sample prep for metal analysis

Do you know which factors can influence the method development? Sample mass, reagents, target analysis, temperature, pressure, vessels type are some of the key points that have to be carefully assessed.
This Educational Workshop aims to provide valuable tips on how to develop the right method for your matrices based on your application and throughput requirements to get on the top of your digestion process.
  • Key parameters in a digestion process
  • Correct choice of the acid mixture
  • Guidelines on various matrices
    Environmental: soils, sediments, water
    Organic: clinical, biological, food, pharmaceutical, petroleum, polymers
    Inorganic: metals & alloys, catalyst, geochemistry
  • Full recovery of the target elements

Date

21st October, 2021

Virtual Workshop with live demo
Gianpaolo Rota

Mirco Rossetti

Product Manager at Milestone
For analytical labs

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

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.
  • 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.

Date

25th November, 2021

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Microwave Digestion