||Frontiers in Atomic Spectrometry Using ICP/MS as Ionisation Source I: Speciation Analyses For Environmental, Nutrition and Industrial Applications
||1 - Atomic Spectrometry-Spectroscopy
2 - Environmental Analysis
3 - Inductively Coupled Plasma
4 - Life Sciences
5 - Sample Preparation
||03/08/2017 - Wednesday
||1/2 Day Course
||$325 ($425 after 2/18/17)
|Metal speciation is gaining increasing importance in a wide variety of fields, for example, clinical, environmental, nutritional, industrial, and geochemical applications. It is well understood now that the determination of the chemical form of metals is essential for the correct evaluation of their fate, impact, and ‘risk assessment” in all traditional compartments where inorganic analysis is involved. In the last 20 years considerable effort has been made by academic, regulation and industrial communities to identify, rationalize, and promote simple and effective analytical procedures that will improve our understanding of metal related issues in the environment, nutrition, hygiene and industry. The aim of this course is to detail the status of metal speciation analysis and will consist of the following topics:
a. Overview of traditional and classical aspects of sampling, extraction and detection of analyte species.
b. Current status of metal species determination strategies (elemental speciation)
c. Identification of the areas of growing demand
d. Review, examination and critically assess major developments in sample collection, preservation, preparation, analyte detection and validation.
e Description of analytical speciation procedures using examples from environment, nutrition and industrial applications.
|This course is for laboratory managers, research scientists, environmental chemists, geochemists, biologists, pharmacists, nutritionists, users in chemical industries and agriculture, metallurgists, toxicologists, new and experienced users of atomic absorption and plasma spectrometries, and technical personnel at all levels.
|Origin, evolution, and applications in environmental, clinical, nutritional and environmental sectors.
6.2. Metal species of interest.
6.3. Sample collection strategies and storage
6.4. Stability of species of interest
6.4.1. Storage of the samples
6.5. Sample preparation.
6.5.1. Evolution of traditional versus microwave assisted chemistry
6.6. Application to different matrices
6.7. New trends
6.8. Hyphenated techniques
6.8.1. Gas chromatography
6.8.2. Liquid chromatography
6.8.3. Simple systems: cost and effective methods
6.9. Separation and extraction techniques
6.10.1. Hyphenation strategies for cost effective detectors
6.10.2. Hyphenation to ICP/AES and ICP/MS
6.11. Practical examples
6.11.1. Metal speciation in flue gas and combustion process
6.11.2. Integration of cryotrapping using, GC/ICP/AES and ICP-MS
6.11.3. Speciation of Cr in the automobile industry
6.11.4. Expanding the scopes of HPLC ICP/AES AND MS
6.11.5. Arsenic in food products using HPLC/ICP/MS
6.11.6. Tributyl tin and Hg speciation in environmental matrices
6.11.7. Speciated isotopic dilution techniques using GC/ICP/MS .
6.11.8. Importance of certified reference materials for validation and
6.12. Participant discussion on their concerns and applications
6.13. The EVISA project “European Virtual Institute for Speciation Analysis” –
Opportunities for all users
Course Instructor's Biography
|Dr. Olivier F.X. Donard is a Research Director at the French CNRS, He is the head of the “Mass Spectrometry Center for Reactivity ad Speciation Sciences” and is the codirector of a commercial enterprise (Ultra Traces Analyses Aquitaine - UT2A) dedicated to speciation analysis. He has developed analytical strategies and promoted speciation related issues for a large variety of international environmental organizations (USA EPA, Dutch Ministry of Water and Environment, and French Fisheries IFREMER). He has pioneered several approaches for sample preparation, derivatization, and detection using atomic absorption, atomic fluorescence, ICP-AES and mass spectrometries that facilitate routine “elemental speciation” and is now developing similar approach in isotopic analysis both applied for fundamental research of commercial analytical applications. He is the author of more than 290 international publications in analytical and environmental chemistry He has delivered over 130 plenary and invited lectures at international meetings and more than 500 poster and oral presentations on the topic of atomic spectrometry, speciation and now isotopic signatures applied to a large array of applications. He has an h factor of 50 (ISI Web Sciences). He is the cofounder and an executive member of the “European Virtual Institute of Speciation Analysis - EVISA”. He collaborates with instrument and sample preparation manufacturers in order to improve instrument performance and preserve the integrity of the species of interest.