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Accuracy and quality assurance in speciation analysis by isotope dilution mass spectrometry

Isotope dilution analysis is an important method in speciation analysis to obtain accurate results. The aim of this training course is to familiarise the participants with the theory and practice of species specific and species-unspecific (post-column) isotope dilution mass spectrometry. Method validation and applications to environmental and biological samples will be covered.

Date: 23.02.2006 - 24.02.2006
National/International: National
Language:
Type: Training course
Location: Pau, France
Contact: Ryszard Lobinski
LCABIE - CNRS UMR 5034
Hélioparc
2, Av. du Pr. Angot
64053 Pau, France
ryszard.lobinski@univ-pau.fr
Sponsor: x.EVISA


Program

1st day:

  • Theory of isotope dilution analysis
  • Species specific and species unspecific isotope dilution
  • Certified reference materials
  • Organotin and organomercury compounds in sediments
  • Practical exercises on speciated isotope dilution analysis of TBT and DBT by GC – ICP-MS

2nd day:

  • Data processing and method validation
  • Isoptope dilution analysis of biomolecules
  • Practical exercises on post-column isotope dilution analysis of biomolecules by HPLC – ICP-MS
Lecturers:
 
Registration:

Max. number of participants: 12
Fee: 1140 €

For registration please download the information flyer incl. registration form, fill in the registration form and fax the signed form not later than January 23rd 2005. Please understand that the number of participants is very limited and therefore early registration is recommended.
 
 

Accomodation:

There are different classes of hotels available in Pau. You should book your hotel yourself after having received confirmation for your participation by the course organizer.

 Hotels in Pau

 


Deadlines

January 23,2006Registration










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