Modernizing Analysis of Trace Organic Compounds in Environmental Matrices.

Learn how to improve the extraction process

The contribution of an expert in the field, prof. Robert Richter of the Chicago State University,

will help us in understanding why sample preparation is a crucial factor to be improved to follow the evolutions of modern trace organic analysis instrumentation.
This webinar will focus on the fundamental theory of extracting an analyte from a sample matrix and will underline how modern extraction techniques, like microwave assisted extraction (MAE), plays a pivotal role in maximizing the efficiency of your extraction process. Finally, we will share real-world results obtained in the extraction of organic pollutants for trace analysis and we will gain insight into high sample throughput, minimal solvent usage and ease of use.


We will discuss:

  • the true importance of sample prep processing procedures and its impact on the analysis quality.
  • features of the different extraction techniques available today and comparison charts.
  • how to choose the best extraction technique for your lab’s workflow.
  • benefits of microwave extraction technology on daily activity in an environmental laboratory

Attendees will receive the “Microwave Green Extraction” book, the primer for QA/QC practitioners and Lab Managers with our compliments.

March 2018
Only 100 places open up
prof. Robert Richter
Chicago State University
Diego Carnaroglio
Application Manager at Milestone
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