The importance of elemental analysis in the food and beverage market

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This webinar will focus on the full range of applications to the food & beverage market, from raw materials to packaging to finished-goods testing. We will cover everything from percentage-level macro-testing to trace-level elemental speciation.

We will explore the range of techniques available, particularly AAS, ICP-OES and ICP-MS, and look at both liquid and solids analyses.

We will also be running a live analysis session on our demo ICP-MS.

Who is this webinar for?

Any scientists, analysts, researchers or technicians involved in the analysis of food-related products. Whether it’s exploring new technologies or learning more about the existing instrumental applications this webinar will be invaluable to you.

When will this take place?

This webinar will take place on Wednesday 3rd February 2021 at 10:00 and will last 1h30 approx. It will be run via Microsoft Teams Live. It will be a combination of a technical presentation and a live demonstration

What will be presented?

Examples and explanations of the importance of elemental testing in the food chain
Comparisons of different techniques
Live ICPMS demonstration of trace-level toxic elements in beverages

The speakers include:

  • Dr David Bellis, who has extensive experience in the filed of food and beverage analysis, with a recent focus on ICP-MS speciation, particularly hydride speciation of Arsenic.
  • Dr Jan Scholz, a highly experienced spectroscopist particularly in the field of AAS and ICPOES.
  • Matt Allen: Product Manager at SciMed for Analytik Jena products.


For more information about registering to this event or to get more information on the SciMed range of AAS/ICP-OES/ICP-MS  from Analytik Jena please contact us by either calling us on  +44 (0) 161 442 9963, send an email to or complete our enquiry form.