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ICP training for laboratories
Your teams need training in the ICP technique...
What is PKI?
First of all, it is necessary to define what ICP is. ICP is the abbreviation of Inductively Coupled Plasma. Indeed, it is an analytical technique with inductively coupled plasma which allows to measure the content of an inorganic element present in a sample. This technique is applicable to all types of elemental chemical elements.
Then, the analysis of a sample by ICP is indeed composed of several steps:
- First, the solid sample must be put in solution thanks to a strong acid, a mixture of strong acids or by microwave. This is called mineralization.
- Secondly, the preparation is introduced by argon plasma vaporization and then placed at very high temperatures. These thermal excitations lead to ionization and separation of the elements. They thus make it possible to characterize and detect each element according to the analyzers used.
Why train in ICP?
The applications of ICP analysis are multiple…you will be able to :
Develop your own methods
Validate the protocols according to the guidelines in force
Check the conformity of the products (specifications, MSDS...)
Transfer the methods to your laboratories
Deform a product to compare its chemical composition
FILAB's ICP training...
You have just acquired an ICP in your laboratory? The competent person(s) are no longer part of your team? Would you like to improve your expertise in ICP analysis and the use of results?
As an accredited training organization, FILAB supports your teams in the use of the ICP analysis technique, regardless of your sector of activity.
The applications of this technique are numerous, particularly in the fields of metallurgy, aeronautics, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and medicine.
At FILAB, we develop and offer our customers tailor-made training courses that are in line with your industrial issues or analytical challenges.
The positive aspects of FILAB
A highly qualified team
Responsiveness in responding to and processing requests
A complete analytical park of 2100m²