שיטות ICP-MS, ICP-AES ושימושן במעבדה ובתעשיה

Application OF ICP-AES Inductively Coupled Plasma Atomic Emission & ICP-MS Mass Spectrometry 

תאריך: 23 אוקטובר 2013
מיקום הקורס: מלון מטרופוליטן, רח' טרומפלדור 11 תל-אביב
מידע כללי
משך הפעילות: יום לימודים מלא
שעות:  09:00-17:00
עלות: 1,750 ש"ח + מע"מ
נקודות זכות: 1
מק''ט: 13474
שפת הקורס: עברית
על הקורס

Inductively Coupled Plasma Atomic Emission (ICP-AES) and Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS) are now accepted and mature approaches for the analysis of major, minor, trace elements and isotope ratios in a wide range of pharmaceutical nutritional, geological and environmental materials. This is due to the robustness of ICP-AES on the one hand and the superior subppt-ppq limits of detection of ICP-MS, and the potential of producing isotope information, on the other. The procedures are ideally suited for multi element analysis owing to the extended range of linear calibration, minimum interference effects due to sample constituents, and wide range of element coverage. Consequently, ICP-AES and MS have caused a renaissance in chemical analysis of a wide range of natural and fabricated materials

קהל היעד

The course is essential to laboratory managers, research scientists, regulators, quality control and assurance specialists, environmental, geochemical, agricultural, biological, clinical nutritional, and pharmaceutical scientists,  toxicologists, new and potential users of atomic plasma spectrometry, students, teachers and technical personnel at all levels

התועלת שתופק

The gathering of this plethora of information will provide an insight to the application of the ICP-AES and MS for multielement analysis in research, in industry and national institutions and assist in the decision making process by  for instrument selection best suited to the applications of the audience. Emphasis is placed on instructor-participant interaction during all phases of the course.

השאר פרטים למידע נוסף
  • שם מלא
  • דוא''ל
  • טלפון
  • הערות
  • שלח
תכני הקורס

The short course will focus on the following topics:

  1. CP-AES Instrumentation
    Recent advances in ICP-AES instrumentation such axially viewed plasmas and low UV detection will be described. The advantages-disadvantages of dual vs. single view configurations will be addressed. The recent introduction of microwave atomic emission spectrometry will reviewed and typical applications described.
  2. Multi element furnace atomic emission spectrometry (ETV-ICP-AES)
    The recent application of Atomic Emission Spectrometry coupled to a electrothermal vaporizer will be described with emphasis on analytical performance and comparison with conventional ICP-AES and graphite furnace atomic absorption (GFAAS).
  3. ICP- MS instrumentation - quadrupoles
    Recent instrumental developments will be described such as high efficiency ion- transmission interfaces, ion guides and collision-reaction cells. Sources of spectroscopic and non-spectroscopic interferences will be discussed and their compensation evaluated.
    A critical comparison will be made between the analytical performance of collision-reaction devices using a single reactive gas and kinetic energy discrimination and high resolution magnetic sectors.
  4. ICP- MS instrumentation – magnetic sectors and multicollectors
    High resolution magnetic sectors for the analysis of complex samples and simultaneous acquisition of isotopes in multi collectors for isotope determination will be described. A comparison with TIMS will be made.
  5. Overview of sample preparation
    A brief overview of sample preparation strategies will be given. However, this section will be limited.
  6. Sample introduction
    New developments in sample introduction such as micro nebulizers, rapid washout and membrane separation-desolvation devices will be described. Specifically it will address the ability of sample introduction to enhance detection and suppress matrix induced interferences
  7. Spectroscopic and nonspectroscopic interference effects
    Here we will deal with fundamental and practical aspects of matrix-induced spectroscopic and nonspectroscopic interference effects, and methods for their compensation.
  8. Speciation
    Speciation using LC and GC coupled ICP-MS – instrumentation will be described with typical applications for environmental testing.
  9. Direct Solids analysis
    In this session we will briefly describe recent developments in direct solids analysis mainly using lasers.
  10. Typical applications
    In this part of the course, several themes will be mentioned how ICP-AES and ICP-MS can be applied for solving environmental problems and for quality control in food safety
אודות המרצה

ד"ר ג'ו ברנר

Dr. Isaac (Joe) Brenner currently serves as a consulting scientist in geo-environmental analytical science and technologies. He is actively involved in instrumental and methods development for solution and solids analysis using ICP-AES and ICP-MS. He specializes in preparing environmental laboratories for ISO/EC 17025 accreditation using Standard Methods and US EPA procedures, including sampling strategies and preparation, preparation of SOPs, instruction, and QA/QC
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