Use of Automated Sample Preparation for Aqueous Samples

Martin Perkins

23rd July 2014

On Wednesday 9th July, Dan Carrier, Anatune’s Application Laboratory Manager, gave a presentation at the LEAP meeting hosted by FERA in York, UK.

Laboratory Environmental Analysis Proficiency (LEAP) scheme is operated by Food and Environment Research Agency with the aim of raising analytical standards and capability for laboratories involved in water analysis of all kinds.

You can find a useful background article on LEAP in the on-line edition of Laboratory News here.

Dan’s presentation was entitled:

“Use of Automated Sample Preparation Techniques with GC-SQ, QQQ, and QTOF for Aqueous Samples.”

If you attended the meeting (or not) and would like a copy of Dan’s slides, you can download a PDF copy here.