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Recurring monthly online seminar July to December 2020
Calibration Optimization: Measurement Performance Analysis & Calibration Interval Optimization – monthly online seminar July to December 2020 check out the link for the exact dates >>> Gone are the days of trying to find answers or decide on actions based on a stack of calibration reports. Join us for this live seminars to learn how our experts create transparency among your calibration activities and identify measurement risks and improvement potential.
In-line ultrasound-enhanced Raman spectroscopy - 14.07.2020 >>> This online seminar will provide a theoretical introduction to ultrasonic particle manipulation and illustrate how the combination of Raman spectroscopy and ultrasonic particle manipulation allows to improve the LOD of in-line Raman spectroscopy. The benefits of optimized geometrical arrangement will also be discussed.
DP Level Measurement – Innovations and the do’s and don’ts – 23.07.2020 >>> Learn about innovations to maximize the simplicity, safety, productivity and efficiency of your DP level system.
Raman back-to-basics: Understanding the features of a complete Raman spectroscopy solution- 28.07.2020 >>> In this introductory and educational online seminar, we will examine the underlying principles of Raman spectroscopy, how to collect a Raman signal, and what is needed to create a complete, highly effective Raman solution.
Optimizing pH Analytical Measurements – 13.08.2020 >>> Avoid costly mistakes in the design and implementation of new or existing analytical measurement loops. Where to mount the sensor, how to install it and best practices for a successful measurement.