Health for humans, animals & plants

Iodine in food by ICP-MS

This course takes place at our AGES National Reference Laboratory for Metals and Nitrogenous Compounds in Food and Feed in Linz, Upper Austria. The five-day course focuses on a combination of theoretical background knowledge and practical skills in the analysis of iodine by ICP-MS.

Content You will acquire knowledge of relevant standards, method validation and analytical expertise in the determination of extractable and total iodine by ICP-MS in food and feed. Each participant performs the analysis on real samples and acquires practical knowledge of the entire analytical procedure - from sample preparation and extraction or digestion to measurement and evaluation of the resulting data.

  • Sample management via LIMS
  • Sample preparation, extraction and digestion
  • Intensive training in routine methods
  • Evaluation of the acquired data and possible interferences
  • Possible QA strategies and method validation
  • Discussion of specific requirements that participants may have.
  • Review of relevant standards and EU directives
  • Overview of how the NRL works

Target audience

  • Analysts
  • Laboratory personnel
  • Heads of laboratories
  • Interested persons

Limit of participation Five-day standard course for max. four persons Date on request Location AGES GmbH Wieningerstraße 8 | A-4020 Linz, Austria Responsible for content Dipl.-HTL-Ing. Gerhard Liftinger Department of Chemical Analysis of Elements Institute of Animal Nutrition and Feed, AGES Fee on request

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