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Tips and Tricks On-Demand Webinars

Listen and watch our water purification tips and tricks webinars to learn about the latest technologies, experimental tips and troubleshooting strategies for your processes.

Practical Tips to Get the Most from Your Lab's Water Purification System

March | 2015
  • Presenter: Dr. Estelle Riché, Senior Scientist, Lab Water Application Group, Millipore SAS
  • Abstract
    Water is the most commonly used solvent in laboratories, yet it is probably the least understood. The purity of laboratory water is an important factor for the optimization of experimental results and can boost productivity. In this webinar, we will share practical tips on how you can get the most out of your water purification system.

    You will learn:
    • How to use your water purification system in an optimal way.
    • Discover how to identify potential sources of water contamination, and understand how these contaminants may affect experimental results.
    • Understand how proper handling of ultrapure water will help boost your productivity.

Solutions for Mass Spectrometry - Tips, Tricks and Applications

Dec. | 2014
  • Presenter: Dr. Stephan Altmaier, Head of Application Laboratory HPLC-MS, Advanced Analytics, Merck
  • Abstract
    Dr. Stephan Altmaier will identify factors contributing to a potential LC-MS contamination, such as solvents or additive purity and will also describe the interactions of impurities with analytes (ion suppression, adduct formation) and their influence on system performance, sensitivity and limit of detection. This webinar will be of interest to anyone working with mass spectrometry who is interested in increasing system performance. The webinar will help you keep your MS clean and improve system performance, in terms of sensitivity and LOD.

Best Practices for Using a Water Purification System

Oct. | 2012
  • Presenter: Dr. Estelle Riché, Senior Scientist, Lab Water Application Group, Millipore SAS
  • Abstract
    Water is so often used in the laboratory that we may take it for granted. In fact, it should be considered with the same care as other high-purity reagents. See why having a good-quality water purification system in your lab is only the first step.