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The Analytical Section of the Norwegian Chemical Society invites scientists and users of science to this 5th Nordic Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry. We sincerely hope that you will respond positively to this invitation and call for papers.

Date: 06.06.2010 - 09.06.2010
National/International: International
Language: English
Type: Conference
Location: Loen, Norway
Contact: Yngvar Thomassen
Conference chairman, NIOH, Oslo

P.O. Box 8149 Dep NO-0033 Oslo Norway;
Tel: +47 23 19 53 20 Fax: +47 23 19 52 06
e-mail: Yngvar.Thomassen@stami.no

Conference web site at:   http:⁄⁄www.nordicplasma.com

By contrast to other plasma spectrochemistry meetings, the FREE short courses (2 hours duration) will be offered to all participants during the four day meeting which may be very attractive to participants to learn about and to be updated on plasma spectrochemistry.
We are planning to organise 14 short courses, two or three in parallel each day , as part of the conference. This concept is ment to  stimulate Nordic users of plasma based techniques to learn more about theoretical and practical issues as well as obtain specialists recommendations for methods improvements. Thus these short courses are also a unique opportunity for laboratory engineers to be updated.

The aim of the conference is to provide a forum to encourage the exchange of ideas and knowledge about recent developments and state-of-the-art knowledge in main areas of plasma spectrochemistry. The conference will bring together international participants experienced in fundamental aspects, instrumentation and applications in typical Norwegian informal settings to examine recent progress in this continuing growing field; approximately 100 participants are expected to attend.

Topics to be discussed:

  • Fundamental aspects and instrumental developments of:
    • plasma sources (ICP, DCP, MIP, GD)
    • plasma source atomic emission and mass spectrometry
    • laser-assisted plasma spectrometry
    • plasma source detectors in speciation analysis
    • sample preparation, sample introduction and transport phenomena
  • uncertainties of measurements
  • Applications of plasma spectrochemistry in the analysis of:
    • speciation analysis
    • industrial products
    • environmental and occupational pollutants
    • food and agriculture products
    • aquatic systems
    • terrestrial/geological materials
    • biological/clinical materials
    • reference materials
    • radioactive and stable element species


April 1,2010Submission of abstracts

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