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  1. Continuation of Rob Thomas’s Monthly Blog for July

    Continuation of Rob Thomas’s Monthly Blog for July

    When I began the process of putting the book chapters together for my new book, Measuring Elemental Impurities in Pharmaceutical and Related Materials, I was very much aware that I did not have a pharmaceutical, contract laboratory, or regulatory agency background. My expertise was in atomic spectroscopic techniques having worked 24 years for an ICP-MS vendor, and 17 years running my own consulting company. So to give the book added credibility to the

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  2. Welcome to Rob Thomas' Monthly Blog

    Welcome to Rob Thomas' Monthly Blog

    First, I’d like to thank CPI International for inviting me to write a monthly blog. I’m very excited to be involved with this well-respected supplier of certified reference materials, laboratory consumables, small equipment, and test kits to the spectroscopy, chromatography, mass spectrometry, and microbiology analytical communities for the past 30 years. With my background of over 40 years in the field of atomic spectroscopy (refer to call out box),

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  3. Food Safety and Contamination Risks Averted Through Analytical Testing Procedures

    Food Safety and Contamination Risks Averted Through Analytical Testing Procedures

    Food safety has become a major public health issue due to numerous and easily accessible sources of contamination. Food concerns may be attributed to single or multi-faceted areas of food production including growing, harvesting, packaging, handling, processing, manufacturing, transporting, preparing, and storing. With modern food production methods employing a wide variety of chemicals, probabilities of food-borne illnesses and associated economic loss are much greater.

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  4. Grueling and Costly Oil Production Calls For More Efficient Refinement Options

    Grueling and Costly Oil Production Calls For More Efficient Refinement Options

    Depleted oil resources along with sustained high expense of exploration and refinement are forecasted to lead to global economic disruption. The decline in oil supply production has been a recurrent issue until now as fuel comprises more than one third of the global energy supply and powers over 95% of transportation usage. Oil wells typically cost millions of dollars to build. Thus, oil companies spend an inordinate amount of time analyzing exploration data for indications of oil sources before drilling.

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