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Laser Plasma Spectroscopy – Dr. Richard E. Russo (SETI Talks)

NEW!  The development and modernization of laser ablation is widespread for geology and geochemical applications. A wide array of applications utilize LA-ICP-MS for geochemical analyses. Spanning both the routine, high throughput applications and the most advanced isotopic and elemental analyses of complex mineral, laser ablation has made significant impacts on the field of geology and geochemistry. This webinar will outline the basics of laser ablation when coupled with ICP-MS and when used in combination with laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS). This webinar will present modern examples of applications for mineral chemistry, geochronology and chemical mapping.

(by Alan Koenig)

“Laser Ablation (LA-ICP-MS and LIBS) Applications in Geology and Geochemistry”

NEW!  It’s now over 35 years since Alan Gray used a ruby laser to ablate pelletized rock samples for subsequent online analysis into an ICP-MS. The available technology both in terms of lasers and associated ICP mass spectrometers have changed a lot in that time.  This webinar will look at how the laser ablation technology for ICP-MS has evolved since its inception by considering the major technological advances that have resulted in improved detection power and an improved level of quantitation.

(by Dr. Steve Shuttleworth)

” A Brief History of Laser Ablation in Spectroscopy”

NEW! Clarity Image Plus™ is a powerful way to visualize your elements in your sample. Clarity Image Plus™ works with J200 Instrument’s Clarity data analysis software that processes LIBS and LA-ICP-MS data to produce the clear, instructive, and beautiful maps of your elements in your sample. This software is the final touch that you need to present your LIBS and LA-ICP-MS data in the most powerful way!
In this Webinar, Dr. Jhanis Gonzalez,  Technical Director of Product R&D and Management at Applied Spectra highlights some of the key features of Clarity Image Plus, and how to take your LIBS and LA-ICP-MS elemental imaging to the next level!

Unlocking the Full Potential of Laser Ablation Chemical Imaging Using Clarity Image Plus

Dr. Tatiana Trejos of the Department of Forensic and Investigative Science at West Virginia University highlights some research that has been performed to date to enhance and speed up forensic examinations of materials using LIBS, including gunshot residues, questioned documents, and trace evidence.

Streamlined Elemental Analysis: Applications of Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy to Forensic Evidence

Dr. Alexander Bolshakov highlights the advantages of our data processing software Clarity for both LA-ICP-MS and LIBS with an emphasis on depth profiling, 2D mapping and 3D imaging by LIBS and Tandem.

Rapid High-Definition 3D Chemical Imaging and Analysis of Microstructures, Spent Catalysts, and Biological and Geological Samples

This free on-demand webinar demonstrates the benefits of using laser ablation for chemical analysis and in particular when using femtosecond lasers.

Laser Ablation for Chemical Analysis Using Femtosecond Laser Pulses

This free on-demand webinar introduces the technology and just a few of the many applications of laser ablation and Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS).

Laser Ablation을 활용한 화학원소분석원리와 응용

This Chinese version of our free on-demand webinar introduces the technology and just a few of the many applications of laser ablation and Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS).

Chinese Version – Revolutionize Your Chemical Analyses with LA and LIBS

This Korean version of our free on-demand webinar introduces the technology and just a few of the many applications of laser ablation and Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS).

Korean Version – Revolutionize Your Chemical Analyses with LA and LIBS

Discover how laser ablation (LA) and Femtosecond LA-ICP-MS delivers high precision isotopic analysis and quantification with precision mass removal.

Korean Version – Femtosecond Laser Ablation for High Precision & Ultra-Sensitive LA-ICP-MS Analysis (Korean Version)

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