Learn from our expert, Dr. Konstantin Kartaschew, how the intelligent combination of light microscopy with laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) will truly accelerate your root-cause-analysis workflow. You will discover how performing both visual (color and shape) and chemical (composition) analysis with your light microscope in a single work step will save you time and allow you to find the particle contamination source even faster. A demonstration performed with typical pharmaceutical samples will show you how this 2-methods-in-1 solution works in practice.
Dr. Konstantin Kartaschew explains how the DM6 M LIBS 2-methods-in-1 solution from Leica Microsystems offers advantages over SEM/EDS. For example, the true color of particles can be seen with light microscopy and the source of contamination can be quickly and efficiently determined using LIBS elemental analysis.
Dr. Konstantin Kartaschew: Konstantin is an Advanced Workflow Manager at Leica Microsystems. He studied Biochemistry at the Ruhr University Bochum (Germany), where he focused on various types of micro-spectroscopic analysis of biological, organic and inorganic samples. After his PhD in physical chemistry, he worked as a product specialist for spectroscopy at a major analytical instrument company, before joining Leica Microsystems in 2019 as a specialist for LIBS (Laser-induced Breakdown Spectroscopy) and other compound microscopy applications.
- See how to quickly and efficiently determine the shape, size, color, and composition of your particulate contamination in a single work step.
- Understand the benefits of simultaneous visual and chemical particle analysis over conventional root-cause-analysis techniques using SEM/EDS.
- Learn all about the innovative LIBS technology and the meaning of spectral fingerprints for your highspeed particle analysis.
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