OCT 16, 2019 10:00 AM PDT

Overcome Top Titration Challenges

Speakers
  • Senior Product Manager - Thermo Fisher Scientific
    Biography
      Ricki Hartwell is a Senior Product Manager within the Water Lab Products division at Thermo Fisher Scientific and is responsible for new product development, lifecycle management, competitive analysis, product positioning and global commercial training. Ricki has worked at Thermo Fisher Scientific for 15 years in various roles, beginning as a Technical Support Specialist, followed by a position as Technical Writer and most recently as Product Manager for the Thermo Scientific Orion electrochemistry testing equipment for pH, ion concentration, conductivity, and dissolved oxygen analysis as well as the new Orion Star T900 series potentiometric titrators. She holds a bachelor's degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from Boston University. Her hobbies include traveling, cooking, reading and spending time with her family.
    • Applications Lab Manager - Thermo Fisher Scientific
      Biography
        Gayle Gleichauf is the Applications Lab Manager for Thermo Fisher Scientific. She has been with Orion water analysis instruments since 2000, working first in the engineering group and then as an applications chemist. Gayle has over 25 years of experience in analytical chemistry. She holds a bachelor's degree in Chemistry and a master's degree in Environmental Science.
      • Senior Product Manager - Thermo Fisher Scientific
        Biography
          Kevin Goohs is a Senior Product Manager within the Water Lab Products business; a part of the Laboratory Products Division at Thermo Fisher Scientific. Kevin is responsible for new product development, lifecycle management, competitive analysis, product positioning and global commercial training. Kevin has worked at Thermo Fisher Scientific for 18 years in various roles that include Sr. R&D Manager, Technical Director, and now Sr. Product Management. Kevin's focus in on electrochemistry sensors, standards, and reagents for the legacy Orion product portfolio. He holds a bachelor's degree in Environmental Science from Adelphi University and a Master of Science in Environmental Engineering from Manhattan College. Kevin's hobbies include hiking, gardening, time with family, and serving popcorn at his tiny family-operated movie theater.

        Abstract

        DATE: October 16, 2019
        TIME: 10:00am PDT

        Do you encounter challenges with titration?

        •    Have you dealt with chemical spills or broken glassware while trying to fill the burette?  
        •    Ever missed the titration end point using color indicators?  
        •    Do you receive inconsistent results due to subjective interpretations of the end point color change? 
        •    Do you have to manually calculate sample concentration and log the details?

        Manual titrations can be extremely challenging and frustrating, impeding your efficiency in the lab. More importantly, these issues can lead to inconsistent results, waste valuable time, and stop critical scientific analysis from moving forward.

        We understand your challenges and are here to help! During this webinar, Thermo Fisher Scientific’s application development experts will share top tips to drive accuracy, consistency and increased productivity for your titration work. We will explore applications across the food and beverage, environmental, and industrial sectors as examples of how you can improve your process, recognize cost savings, and perform your titration with more accurate endpoint detection.

        Learning Objectives:

        • Explain how to improve titration accuracy and consistency of results
        • Increase sample throughput and do more testing in the same amount of time

         

        Webinars will be available for unlimited on-demand viewing after live event.

        LabRoots is approved as a provider of continuing education programs in the clinical laboratory sciences by the ASCLS P.A.C.E. ® Program. By attending this webinar, you can earn 1 Continuing Education credit once you have viewed the webinar in its entirety.


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