Good Laboratory Practice Series: Glassware
The measurement of trace constituents demands methods capable of maximum sensitivity. This is especially true for metals and trace organics such as pesticides, as well as for the determination of ammonia and phosphorus. In addition to sensitive methods, however, there are other areas that require special consideration. One such area is that of the cleanliness of laboratory glassware. Obviously, the very sensitive analytical systems are more sensitive to errors resulting from the improper use or choice of apparatus, as well as to contamination effects due to an improper method of cleaning the apparatus. The purpose of this course is to discuss the kinds of glassware available, the use of volumetric ware, and various cleaning requirements.
7.2 Types of Glassware
7.3 Volumetric Analyses
7.4 Federal Specifications for Volumetric Glassware
7.5 Cleaning at Glass and Porcelain
7.6 Special Cleaning Requirements
7.7 Disposable Glassware
7.8 Specialized Glassware
7.9 Fritted Ware
7.10 Special Considerations (perhaps a discussion on claims of Teflon Class A labware)
$45 for TNI members; $60 for all others; $200 group rate for 5 or more students
Note: Certificates of Attendance are available for an additional $15 charge per certificate.
Thursday 11th January 2018, 11:00am EST
This course has been reviewed and approved by TNI.
About the Presenter:
Marlene Moore founded Advanced Systems, Inc. in February 1992 as a consulting company specializing in quality systems for laboratory and sampling operations. She brings together the needs of quality system management, measurement operations and regulatory compliance.
Marlene Moore has worked and managed sampling and testing laboratories for over twenty years before providing her expertise to others. Current work includes assessing for laboratory accreditation programs to ISO/IEC 17025 and assessing to ISO/IEC 17065 for conformity assessment certification programs. Assessments are performed for A2LA, ANAB and ANSI. Additional assessor and auditor training was completed under the EPA Safe Drinking Water Program for State certification laboratory auditors for inorganic, organic and microbiology and as an ISO auditor for ISO 9000. Formerly an RAB ASQ/ANSI registered auditor.