Live Air Date: Tuesday December 12, 2017
Water is a ubiquitous and essential solvent in many laboratories. As modern analytical techniques are becoming increasingly sensitive, they require higher quality reagents, which includes ultrapure water. In addition to ensuring the consistent quality of water delivered to their labs, lab managers may need to consider other system features, including environmental impact, user-friendly design and data management solutions. In this webinar, Dr. Estelle Riche will demystify how laboratory water purification systems work, and explain how you can select the right solution to meet your laboratory’s specific experimental needs.
At the end of this webinar, you will:
- Understand the potential impact of different water contaminants on your laboratory’s experimental results
- Learn how water purification systems work to deliver water suited for even the most sensitive laboratory techniques
- Receive advice on how to select an innovative water purification system that answers the specific needs of your laboratory
Dr. Estelle Riche
Global Applications Specialist, Merck KGaA
Dr. Estelle Riche holds an Engineering degree in Chemistry from ESCOM (France) and a PhD degree in Chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (USA). After spending several years as a Research Professor in the School of Dentistry at UNC, she joined the Lab Water business field of Merck KGaA of Darmstadt, Germany (based in Guyancourt, France) eleven years ago. She is currently a Global Application Specialist and her interests focus on understanding the potential impact of water contaminants on analytical and biological experiments.