ICP Webinar Series

Improving ICP Calibration: A Troubleshooting Session

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What is Transpiration?

After 20 years of data gathering and careful research, we are proud to unveil Transpiration Control Technology (TCT), a new packaging system that drastically extends the shelf life of our standard CRMs. 

With TCT, concerns about shipping or storage conditions are eliminated, as transpiration is no longer an issue, which saves you money and simplifies research by removing the need to constantly inventory and restock CRMs.

What is Transpiration?

Why is transpiration problematic?

How TCT Works

How do you benefit from TCT?

TCT Demonstration

Quality Control with TCT

Ask A Chemist

Watch technical videos pertaining to some of the most common questions in our Ask A Chemist video series. You can see all of our Ask A Chemist videos on YouTube.

What does Inorganic Ventures do?

USP 232 - Some Basic Information

Dealing with HF - UniSolv may be a viable alternative for you.

Considerations when analyzing Hg by ICP-OES or ICP-MS

Autosampler tube contamination.

Custom Stock - a way to increase effectiveness while saving waiting time and cost

Why IV waited until now to introduce the new 30mL bottle size.


Why is Nitric Acid such a popular matrix?

What problems do you avoid by using Nitric Acid?

What about element and matrix compatibility with respect 
to Nitric Acid and HF?

What about Nitric Acid, Hydrofluoric Acid and Osmium issues?