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Reimagine Immediate Same Laboratory Results for Atomic Spectroscopy—Safer, Faster, and Smaller

About This Webinar

The lifecycle of an atomic spectrometer instrument (AA/ICP-OES) is typically 10 to 15 years. Technology evolves at a much faster pace. Radom has evolved atomic spectroscopy not only with hardware design but includes installation, support, and quality.

Learn about the advancement in plasma generation, Radom Corporation MICAP-OES 1000 and its applications to atomic spectroscopy. This innovation provides the ability to adapt traditional sample submission to a central location. The MICAP-OES 1000 facilitates Process Analytical Techniques (PAT) by providing immediate analysis in-situ, at manufacturing/quality process streams, mining exploration and field monitoring sites.

Radom has contracted Inorganic Ventures to provide high-performance instrument set-up solutions. Inorganic Ventures (IV), a Certified Reference Material (CRM) manufacturer, was established over 35 years ago and guarantees “Quality Beyond the Bottle.” IV has adapted their quality approach to exceed industry standard expectations in turnaround time, shelf life, and service. This ensures the integrity of the validation installation of the MICAP-OES 1000. This new approach to atomic spectroscopy installation changes the way we deliver our product to a faster uptime without jeopardizing performance.

Join the Radom and IV teams to learn how Radom and Inorganic Ventures guarantee efficiency and confidence in your atomic spectroscopy analysis.

Featured Presenters
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Director of Product Management, Spectroscopy and Analytical Chemist, Radom Corporation
Christine Rivera has a bachelor of science degree in chemistry from Kent State University. She applied her chemistry background to atomic spectroscopy, starting with flame and furnace atomic absorption techniques to inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectroscopy (ICP-OES) and mass spectrometry (ICP-MS). Emerging technology of microwave plasma atomic emission spectroscopy was also added to her skillset. For over 30 years, Christine gained extensive experience in application, product, and technical sales of these techniques at Varian, Inc. GBC and Agilent Technologies. She also managed trace metal analysis teams for environmental and pharmaceutical companies.
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Manager, Technical Support, Inorganic Ventures
Dr. Lesley Owens is an analytical chemist with research specialties including chromium speciation, environmental sample design, elemental spectroscopy, and metal contamination in food products. Dr. Owens graduated from Emory & Henry College with a BS in chemistry, and a minor in mathematics. Owens, a Cunningham Fellow, received her PhD in analytical chemistry from Virginia Tech.