Maximizing Accuracy, Reducing Errors in Titration & Weighing Webinar
Titration is a widely used analytical method in quality control and research & development. Accuracy and precision of the results are critical to ensure the efficacy of process and final products.
Weighing is an integral step of analytical measurements and determinations in all laboratories. As weighing forms the first stage of the analysis chain, accuracy and precision of the eventual results would be highly influenced by the reliability of the weight.
Join us in this Metrohm x Sartorius webinar to learn about the factors affecting accuracy and precision in titration, fundamentals in weighing and system integration for titrator and balance.
Key Learning Objectives:
- How to Avoid Typical Mistakes, Minimize Weighing Errors and Optimize Accuracy and Precision of Results
- Compliance with Requirements of International Regulations and Standards Bodies
Understand the Importance of Calibrating, Maintaining and Qualifying Your Laboratory Balances
Miss Wenda Lee
Wenda Lee is an Application Chemist with Metrohm Singapore. She focuses on the area of titration, educating users to be experts in the technique and bringing solutions to clients. She also provides supports for the region in all aspects relating to technical support and trainings.
Mr Dylan Chan
Dylan Chan is the Regional Weighing Specialist for Sartorius, supporting the South East Asia region in all aspects relating to sales and technical support related to weighing products. He holds a MSc degree and is based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Dylan has over 12 years of experience in laboratory weighing pertaining technical requirements and compliance in various industry including Biopharmaceutical, Pharmaceutical, Food & Beverage and Chemicals.