- Knowledge repository saves time for busy scientists.
ROANOKE, Virginia, Sept. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Inorganic Ventures, a global provider of custom and Certified Reference Materials, has launched a new online technical center. This resource brings better discovery and organization to a vast library of technical answers to common issues facing Inductively Coupled Plasma Optical Emission Spectrometry (ICP-OES) users.
To view the new Tech Center, visit: http://www.inorganicventures.com/tech-center
"For a decade the Tech Center has been a great resource to help our industry problem solve day-to-day issues an analytical chemist faces, but it was poorly organized," Inorganic Ventures, Vice President of Operations, Christopher Gaines, said. "The newly designed center will make it much easier for users to find the information they need, in a fraction of the time."
Users will find answers to many common issues such as, matrix compatibility, sample preparation, measurement and results.
The Tech Center also offers a variety of technical guides, as well as numerous ICP tips.
"We gained the knowledge to create this resource, because this has been our business for almost 30 years," Gaines said.
One of the Tech Center's most unique attributes is an interactive periodic table, which includes: chemical compatibilities, preferred lines, major interferences and additional data for more than 70 elements. Another valuable resource is the ICP Operations Guide, which is a 16-part series intended for anyone preparing samples and standards for measurement using ICP-OES or ICP-MS.
The newly designed center is a testament to Inorganic Ventures commitment to supporting the work of analytical chemists.
About Inorganic Ventures
Inorganic Ventures is based in Christiansburg, Va. with a European distribution center in Santander, Spain. Since 1985, the company has manufactured high quality analytical inorganic standards, specializing in certified custom reference materials with a focus on ICP, ICP-MS, IC, atomic absorption, wet chemistry, and QC applications. Inorganic Ventures holds international accreditations to ISO Guide 34 and ISO 17025. It is ISO 9001 registered and its laboratory is accredited by both A2LA and SAI Global.
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