LCGC: Spamming scientists from multiple locations

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New Contaminant Methods for Fruit Juices, Arsenic Species in Apple Juice, Fungicide Residues in Orange Juice
Live Webcast: Thursday, March 1, 2012 at 8:00 AM PST; 11:00 AM EST; 16:00 GMT

Register Free at

Interest in fruit juice testing has increased recently, triggered not only by a U.S. FDA investigation of carbendazim in orange juice, but also by consumer concern regarding arsenic levels in apple juice. To comply with regulations and protect public health, contract test labs, government labs, and fruit juice producers need tools to reliably detect the presence of these compounds. This web seminar will present a new, validated TLX-LC-MS/MS method for the detection of carbendazim in orange juice with automated online sample preparation using Thermo Scientific TurboFlow technology. In addition, it will explain how elemental speciation analysis utilizing a new IC-ICP-MS application now gives food safety chemists the ability to determine levels of inorganic and organic arsenic species in apple juice.

Key Learning Objectives
* Learn how a new TLX-LC-MS/MS method for the detection of carbendazim in orange juice can be applied for routine use
* Learn how TurboFlow(tm) technology can be utilized to automate sample preparation and provide time and labor savings while delivering more reliable results
* Learn how ion chromatography can be coupled with ICP-MS for arsenic speciation

Who Should Attend
* Lab managers and technicians in food safety laboratories that test for chemical contaminants
* Lab managers and technicians interested in learning more about automated sample preparation methods
* Beverage producers concerned about juice safety

Dr. Laszlo Hollosi
Analytical Chemist
Food Safety Response Center
Thermo Fisher Scientific

Fergus Keenan
North America Field Marketing Manager
North America Field Marketing Manager
Trace Chemical Analysis
Thermo Fisher Scientific

Laura Bush
Editorial Director
LCGC North America

Sponsored by
Thermo Scientific

For questions, contact Jamie Carpenter at

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