SMART Chart Webinar Series: GDMS
Glow Discharge Mass Spectrometry (GDMS)
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Presented: Thursday, May 7, 2020
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Real materials are not pure! They contain various impurities of naturally occurring elements. The type, concentration and spatial distribution of impurities are of particular concern to many advanced technologies. The success of these technologies and industries relies on the high purity feedstock (e.g., 99.995%+) and contamination-free processing and engineering.
As a global leader in the 3rd party materials testing service, Eurofins EAG is launching a series of talks focusing on purity assay and trace analysis. Our talks will discuss trace analysis using both solid sampling techniques and solution-based sampling technique, including Glow Discharge Mass Spectroscopy (GDMS), ICP-OES, ICP-MS, Laser Ablation – ICP-MS, Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS), Instrumental Gas Analysis (IGA), Residual Gas Analysis (RGA), ETV- ICP-OES, etc. The fundamental of each technique and practical industry application will be presented.
The webinar will be focused on full survey chemical analysis using solid sampling high resolution GDMS. The talk will cover the fundamentals of GDMS, and present case studies in practical industrial applications, such as full survey chemical analysis of high purity alumina, long-term process control of critical impurities in nuclear grade graphite, key impurity monitoring of superalloys, and depth specific measurement of engineering coatings.
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About the Presenter:
Xinwei Wang, Ph.D., Project Manager
Dr. Xinwei Wang is a materials scientist and chemist with expertise on purity assay and trace elemental analysis of materials and processes involved in advanced technologies, including but not limited to high purity metals, advanced alloys, high performance ceramics, semiconductors, and pharmaceuticals that are essential for aerospace, electronics, medical, petrochemical and energy industries, etc.
Dr. Xinwei Wang joined EAG Laboratories in 2009. He started as an analyst, later became a scientist for trace analysis, with a focus on method development and validation for GDMS, ICP-OES, ICP-MS, IGA, and thermal analysis.
In this webinar we will cover:
- Principles of the technique
- Analytical requirements
- Variety of real-world examples for wide variety of materials
- Strengths and limitations