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Short Courses in 2022

Carsten Engelhard, University of Siegen, Germany:
Nanomaterials characterization by ICP-MS in single particle mode and related techniques
Jörg Feldmann, University of Aberdeen, Scotland:
Arsenic speciation, how to do it for rice and seafood: routine and affordable options
Gary Hieftje, Indiana University, USA:
Glow Discharge: The most versatile source

Gary Hieftje, Indiana University, USA:
Make your lecture count

Jaime Orejas Ibañez, University of Oviedo, Spain:
Solution cathode glow discharge atomic emission spectrometry

Karl Andreas Jensen, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ås, Norway:
Practical approaches to use reaction gases in ICP-QQQ-MS
Gunda Köllensberger, University of Vienna, Austria:
Calibration strategies for quantitative bioimaging
R. Kenneth Marcus, Clemson University, USA:
Use of the orbitrap as an analyzer for isotope ratio mass spectrometry
Sascha Novak, Meet-Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology, Germany:
Surface analysis of lithium ion batteries – Challenges and opportunities

Ilia Roduskhin, ALS, Luleå, Sweden:
Sources of contamination and remedial strategies

Rick Russo, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA:
Breaking the acid dissolution habit - Laser ablation direct solid sample chemical analysis
Dirk Schaumloeffel, University of Pau, France:
SIMS and related techniques for elemental and isotopic imaging at nanometer scale
Jacob T. Shelley, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, USA:
Unique uses of plasmas: From molecular analysis to chemical synthesis

Michael Sperling, University of Münster, Germany:
Laser ablation inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry as a tool for bioimaging
Lu Yang, National Research Council Canada:
Isotope dilution for accurate, precise and SI traceable measurements

Frank Vanhaecke, Ghent University, Belgium:
An introduction to isotopic analysis using multi-collector ICP-mass spectrometry
Björn Meermann, Federal Institute of Materials Research and Testing (BAM) Berlin, Germany:
From ICP-Quads to ToF & single particles to cells – Theory, applications, future possibilities

11th Nordic Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry
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