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The IV ICP Conference | Attend Online

September 21 - 25, 2020 | 9 - 11:00 EST Each Morning

Learn basic ICP techniques including sample preparation, sample and CRM stability considerations, trace metal analysis and much more from the safety of your computer.

Contact us at marketing@inorganicventures.com for additional details.

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Tough times don't last, quality partners do!

Inorganic Ventures offers custom solutions to meet your unique needs. We are processing orders and shipping customs as usual, order today!

Customs add value by:

  • Giving you a product ready for immediate use with no prep required.
  • Saving on labor and equipment costs
  • Having all documentation and paperwork handled for you
  • Our TCT program which provides 4-year shelf life and flexible storage
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Secure your products with TCT today!

Our Transpiration Control Technology (TCT) allows you inventory control and extended 4-year shelf life in preparation for unforeseen circumstances.

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Good things come in small packages.

30mL standards from Inorganic Ventures.

Custom and CG line standards now available in smaller volumes to give you more control over your testing inventory.

Contact us at info@inorganicventures.com for additional details.

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Inorganic Ventures holds high standards for your standards!

Top-tier inorganic CRM manufacturers since 1985.

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We’re here to work with our customers to secure the best possible outcomes, from sales & ordering through customer support. Contact us today!

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Wise people say, “Time is money.”

And for once, time and money are both on your side!

Our Transpiration Control Technology puts you in control.

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What is a Conductivity Standard Solution?

The science of measurement is principally the realm of physicists concerned with measuring physical quantities: length, mass, time, and so on. Metrology was applied to the field of chemistry relatively recently, and as such, has not been adopted so easily. Many analytical chemists are yet to be convinced of the value of standardized chemical measurements, with poor cross-fertilization failing to put an end to the debate. Standards solutions aim to bridge this cultural gap by laying out a clear framework for traceability and quality assurance in wet chemistry and analysis.

Certified reference materials (CRMs) for elemental analysis and wet chemistry applications are formulated to strict regulatory standards for a range of downstream applications. Conductivity standards, for instance, can be used to calibrate electrochemical sensors or to assist with conductivity detection in ion-exchange chromatography (IEC). 

Understanding Conductivity Standard Solutions

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What are NIST Traceable Standards?

NIST-traceable standards are reference materials certified to specific values laid out by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). They are designed specifically for standardized instrument calibration and quality assurance protocols aimed at eliminating measurement uncertainties. The implication with NIST-traceable standards is that all calibrations are part of an unbroken chain of comparisons from the manufacturer through to the end-user, which is where the term traceability comes from.

Understanding NIST-Traceability

Traceability is a crucial parameter in elemental analysis and wet chemistry applications. When we talk about the traceability of measurements, we are referring to systemic reliability – and subsequently the reliability of your results – relative to an accepted set of standards. This is the basic premise of standardized metrology and the international system of units (SI). Yet the traceability of chemical measurements is

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