Upcoming Webinar - Increasing Productivity & Decreasing Costs with Purge & Trap Sample Preparation
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Upcoming Webinar - Increasing Productivity & Decreasing Costs with Purge & Trap Sample Preparation

11/19/2019
When: November 19, 2019
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm Eastern
Where: Online
United States
Contact: Jessica Enochs


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Volatile organic compounds are important environmental analytes of interest. To prepare a water sample for analysis of volatile organic components, often purge and trap technology is used to separate and preconcentrate the analytes for introduction into a GC/MS.  During purge and trap a specific volume of sample is purged with an inert gas and trapped onto a sorbent trap.  The sorbent trap is then heated and the analytes on the trap are transferred to a GC/MS for separation and analysis.  
This webinar will provide an overview of purge and trap for sample preparation.  Established US EPA methods will be discussed.  Optimized and innovative conditions will be described to show how changes within the scope of the methodology will affect results.  Increased productivity and lower costs, while maintaining performance, are the goal.

Who should attend:
•    Technicians
•    Organic Lab Managers
•    Laboratory QA Managers

Length of webinar:  Approximately 1 hour

Course Fee:
$90 ACIL Member, $100 All others, $400 Groups of 5 or more
For assistance with group registration, contact Jessica Enochs.

Presented By:  Anne Jurek

Anne Jurek has been the Senior Applications Chemist and Technical Writer at EST Analytical for over nine years. She graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry. Over the course of her career, Anne has gained experience as an analytical chemist in the fields of polymers and plastics, flavor and fragrance and finally in environmental analysis. Anne has written and/or presented over fifty applications on a variety of sampling techniques including purge and trap, large volume injection, headspace and solid phase micro-extraction.