Why Should You Attend:
Do you struggle with knowing what to do with calibration curves that are not linear? Do you have trouble with analyses that produce anomalous or negative results? Are you not sure what methods to correct for inaccuracies are proper and acceptable? Did you know that the use of internal standards does not always correct for inaccuracies in a method? Find out how to approach these questions, when to apply the methods and why some approaches don’t work in this webinar.
Not all calibration curves are linear, that’s why they are called curves. Some curves require more calibration standards to define the curve. This webinar will provide a survey of methods to assess calibration curve linearity, ways to mathematically fit curves to the calibration data to obtain accurate results and present examples of improper use of calibration data. In addition, the you will learn how to assess the accuracy of an analysis and how to use the assessment to improve the analytical method. Methods of calibration using eternal standards, internal standards, extracted standards and standard additions will also be covered.
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Who Will Benefit:
Dr. James C. Peterson has a Ph.D. in analytical chemistry from the University of Maryland and has over 36 years of analytical chemistry laboratory experience in academic, private, state, and federal laboratories. As a qualified chemist forensic examiner for the FBI Laboratory, he managed and oversaw forensic chemical examinations of evidence for the presence of chemical weapons. He has served as an analytical chemistry expert witness in legal cases related to the human exposure to toxic chemicals.
Dr. Peterson directed the start-up of five analytical laboratories which included the preparation of quality assurance documentation, instrumentation qualification and method development and validation. He has developed numerous methodologies for the detection and identification of toxic chemicals and drugs in human blood and urine, trace evidence and environmental samples and has given scientific presentations and training seminars at local, national and international conferences.
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