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2019-06-26. Rainer Stosch PTB Raman spectroscopy: Identification and quantification in volume (integral measurements).
2019-06-17. Lisa Deleebeeck DFM DFM proposes to use electrochemical characterization techniques based on the Coulter method of counting particles in liquids.
DFM Electrochemistry is one of the largest within the field of metrology. The team has extensive experience in the design, construction and implementation of techniques for the measurement of liquid materials. This work includes, but is not limited to, the fields of electrolytic conductivity, pH and coulometry.
DFM would bring its experience of over 20 years of Certified Reference Material (CRM) manufacture, under CIPM-MRA, to the project, the team currently produces 9 CRMs, and have participated in training others to implement ISO17034 and ISO 31 & 35 for the production. DFM’s capabilities are regularly confirmed via CCQM comparisons. DFM also has experience of handling particle suspensions, as it has an accredited service for measurement of particles in air and a laboratory equipped microscopes which can be used to characterize particle populations in solution
2019-06-14. Kärhä Petri Aalto University Experience on holographic microscopy for detecting types of mikroparticles.
2019-06-14. Jochen Vogl BAM BAM is a DI under the CIPM MRA for metrology in chemistry and biology. Its Inorganic Trace Analysis Division has considerable expertise in inorganic mass spectrometry, isotope ratio analysis and the certification of iRMs. The group runs a suite of single and multi-collector mass spectrometers and a metal-free cleanroom laboratory. We can offer amount of substance measurements as well as isotope amount ratio measurements with smallest measurement uncertainties. We explicitly have experience in the quantification of toxic elements in plastics and we can quantifiy remaining catalysts such as antimony trioxide or contaminants such as mercury, cadmium or lead. We would like to contribute mainly to objective 2, the determination of the chemical composition of microplastics.
2019-06-13. Daniel Pröfrock Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht Infrastructure for the sampling and analysis of MP, state of the art MS facilities for Ultra trace element and isotope Ratio Analysis (ICP-MS, ICP-MS/MS, MC ICP-MS) all kinds of chromatography for speciation Analysis (LC, GC, CE) Laser Ablation, online Matrix removal and preconcentration, clean room facilities (class 1000/10000), experience in Ultra trace Analysis in environmental research, MS facilities for organic trace analysis
2019-06-05. Toni Laurila Aalto University Aalto University, Finland is developing monitoring methods for microplastic analytics in water samples.
2019-06-04. Bayo Javier Technical University of Cartagena Our Research Group of Microplastics develops its activity since 2014 in the Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering of Technical University of Cartagena (Spain). Matrices: microplastics in personal care products, wastewater treatment plants (waster and sludges), sand and sediments of marine protected areas, fishes. Extraction: density separation method with a salt-saturated solution. Possible microplastic particles are examined under an Olympus SZ-61TR Zoom Trinocular Microscope coupled to a Leica MC190 HD digital camera. Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) is used for the identification of functional groups and molecular composition of polymeric surfaces. Other facilities: SEM-EDX scanning electron microscope, transmission electron microscope, atomic emission spectrometry, thermogravimetric analysis coupled to a mass spectrometry detector, wavelength dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometer, powder X-ray diffraction, Mastersizer 2000® laser diffraction.
2019-06-04. Bayo Javier Technical University of Cartagena Our Research Group of Microplastics develops its activity since 2014 in the Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering of Technical University of Cartagena (Spain). Matrices: microplastics in personal care products, wastewater treatment plants (waster and sludges), sand and sediments of marine protected areas, fishes. Extraction: density separation method with a salt-saturated solution. Possible microplastic particles are examined under an Olympus SZ-61TR Zoom Trinocular Microscope coupled to a Leica MC190 HD digital camera. Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) is used for the identification of functional groups and molecular composition of polymeric surfaces. Other facilities: SEM-EDX scanning electron microscope, transmission electron microscope, atomic emission spectrometry, thermogravimetric analysis coupled to a mass spectrometry detector, wavelength dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometer, powder X-ray diffraction, Mastersizer 2000® laser diffraction.

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