Determination of Light Hydrocarbons and Hydrocarbon Boiling Point Distribution in Live Crude Oils and Condensates via Gas Chromatography
- Science & Technology
- New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, New Orleans LA
What is the INTour?
The 2013 INspiring INnovation Tour is an amazing opportunity to learn about new applications and technologies in your specific area of work. Last year over 1100 scientists and researchers participated in these information-filled days. Your registration includes:
Call for Presentations
PerkinElmer is inviting all scientists to submit presentations for consideration for our 2013 INTour. It's your chance to share your ideas and experiences with others in the industry and to be recognized as an innovative leader in your field.
To learn more, go to: www.perkinelmer.com/intourcfp
Making a Difference:
PerkinElmer is making a difference by supporting local and national charities, with many that focus on science and math education. Donations from the INTour in Boston will go to Students 2 Science and Habitat for Humanity. Students 2 Science's mission is to provide young students with an authentic STEM related work experience.
Join us for an analytical science event that features industry experts, networking opportunities and PerkinElmer Product Specialists. In addition, you'll have access to our exclusive INnovation Hub that features our portfolio of analytical instruments and services.
Featured Guest Speakers in Boston
• John Cataldo, Harpoon Brewery
• Philip Gschwend, Ph.D., MIT
• Robyn Hannigan, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts Boston
• Rachel Krevetski, Long Trail Brewing Company
• William LaCourse, Ph.D., University of Maryland, Baltimore County
• Linwood Noddin, MA DPH Chemical Threat Response Laboratory
• Franco Pala, Ph.D., Battelle Ocean Sciences
|9:15 AM||Better Drinking Through Science: Applied Analytical Chemistry in Beer Quality Assurance
Guest Presenter: Rachel Krevetski, Long Trail Brewing Company
|Use of ICP-MS for USP <232> and <2232> Laboratory Compliance|
|9:50 AM||Integrating Spheres: The Swiss Army Knife of UV/Vis/NIR Spectroscopy (or How To Measure Any Sample On A UV/Vis/NIR Spectrophotometer)||Capabilities of the Chemical Threat Response Laboratory Method Spotlight: Lewisite (CVAA) Analysis
Guest Presenter: Linwood Noddin, MA DPH Chemical Threat Response Laboratory
Current and Future Trends in Mass Spectrometry:Its Genesis, Present Day and Innovations Ahead
|Soil and Air Samples: Extend the hydrocarbon Range on ATD/GC/MS with Novel ATD Tube Design|
Small volume biological sample analysis by ICP-MS
Guest Presenter: Robyn Hannigan, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts Boston
|1:00 PM||Using HS-GC-MS in the Brewing Industry
Guest Presenter: John Cataldo, Harpoon Brewery
|In Vitro UV/Visible Spectroscopy of Elastic Scattering Sunscreens and Cosmetics: Characterizing Nanoparticles in Sunscreen and Cosmetic Formulations|
|1:35 PM||Food Adulteration Analysis Using Direct Sample Analysis (DSA)/Time of Flight Mass Spectrometry||
Validation and application of a chemical equilibrium model for the prediction of free copper ion activity in the coastal marine environmentsGuest Presenter: Dr. Franco Pala, Battelle Ocean Sciences
Environmental Engineering Class Projects using the NexION ICP MS
|Approaches to contaminant and adulteration screening with IR spectroscopy|
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