Metrohm USA Seminar Program: Confident KF

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Metrohm USA is pleased to announce a series of seminars dedicated to Karl Fischer (KF) analysis hosted in 16 cities across the US and Canada.

Part of Metrohm’s commitment to ongoing education and practical training, these half-day seminars are designed for anyone from a laboratory measuring moisture or water content or for those who are currently using other techniques for moisture analysis and would like to learn about KF techniques.

The seminar program will feature technical information about KF, case studies and Q&A sessions to help scientists make more confident moisture measurements. Doug Clark, the HYDRANAL® National Technical Specialist at Honeywell, who has over two decades of experience developing KF reagents and applications, will present together with Metrohm titration specialists. Each seminar will give attendees practical, hands-on experience to overcome KF analysis challenges and understand the proper sampling and measurement techniques.

There is no cost to attend the seminar, however, advance registration is required as spots are limited. For a complete list of dates and locations, please visit http://seminars.metrohmusa.com/confidentkf/

Metrohm offers a complete line of analytical laboratory and process systems for titration, ion chromatography, electrochemistry and spectroscopy. From routine moisture analysis to sophisticated anion and cation quantification, we are ready to help you develop your method and configure the optimum system. Move your analysis from the lab to the production line with our dedicated process analyzers. At Metrohm we provide systems that find solutions. Learn more on http://www.metrohm.com

Additional Editorial Information:
Karl Fischer titrations are performed routinely for moisture analysis and under ideal conditions, the technique is fast and simple. However, practical elements like pH, solubility, side reactions, and sample preparation will affect KF results and decrease confidence in these measurements. Proper sampling and sample preparation are essential to accuracy. Furthermore, changes in conditions during the measurement can also impact results.

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