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A meeting devoted to the determination, speciation and isotopic analysis of (trace) elements using single- and multi-collector magnetic sector - based ICP – mass spectrometry.

Date: 14.09.2009 - 16.09.2009
National/International: International
Language: English
Type: Conference
Location: Ghent, Belgium
Contact: Conference secretariat

Ghent University
Department of Analytical Chemistry
Atomic & Mass Spectrometry
A&MS Research Group

Krijgslaan 281 - S12
BE - 9000 Ghent, Belgium
telefax: +32 - 9 264 49 60Conference secretariat
e-mail: Frank.Vanhaecke@UGent.be
Conference web site at:   http:⁄⁄www.sficpms8.ugent.be

Scope of the conference

The aim of this series of conferences is bringing together scientists from various fields using magnetic sector - based ICP-MS, to discuss fundamentals and applications and to learn from each other’s experience. A relaxed atmosphere will be created to stimulate the transfer of knowledge and the exchange of ideas between the participants.

Program overview

The programme will consist of plenary lectures with a tutorial character, contributed research lectures and poster presentations.
The main topics to be dealt with during this conference will be:

  • Single-collector and multi-collector sector field instrumentation
  • Ultra-trace element determination
  • Elemental speciation using LC, GC or CE coupled to SF-ICP-MS
  • Spatially resolved and bulk analysis using LA coupled to SF-ICP-MS
  • Provenance determination studies based on trace element fingerprinting and isotope ratio determination
  • Geochemical and cosmochemical isotope ratio work relying on multi-collector ICP-MS

The conference will be followed by a free 2-days software training session organised by one of the major vendors.


June 1,2009Submission of abtracts

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