Thermo Scientific: Trace Elemental Analysis for Mining and Metallurgy

  • Date: 20 June 2011
  • Author: Thermo Scientific
  • Speakers: Andrew Clavering, Carmen Dews, Hazel Dickson
  • Published: 10 August 2011
  • Associated Suppliers: Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., Waltham, MA, USA
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Trace Elemental Analysis
for the Mining and Metallurgy Industry:
A Journey from Ore to Final Product

This event has been recorded and is now available on demand.

Look around you - how many metal products can you see? From the foundations of your house, to the car you drive - metals surround us. But - how did they get here?

This webinar takes a step back from the refined and polished world we live in and visits the source of all our metal products - the mining and metallurgy industry.

Follow the journey of an ore obtained straight from the earth, through the refining and purification processes to the final, finished product.

More importantly, learn how trace elemental analysis techniques accompany the process from beginning to end, enabling the production of the purest, highest quality products.

This webinar focuses on AA, ICP, ICP-MS, OES and XRF techniques through the presentation of real-life case studies and applications. If trace elemental analysis plays a role in your mining and metallurgy industry and laboratories - then this webinar is essential listening for you!


Who should attend?

  • Laboratory managers and operators, process managers and engineers.
  • Those wishing to optimise their metallurgical and mining process trace elemental analysis.
  • Those new to the industry who wish to learn more.
  • Those who need to replace old instrumentation with the latest technologies.


Your speakers ...


Andrew Clavering Carmen Dews Hazel Dickson
Andrew Clavering
ICP Applications Specialist
Carmen Dews
Elemental Sales Specialist
Hazel Dickson
AA Applications Specialist



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  • Thermo Fisher Scientific, Cambridge, UK

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