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Cortney Pincock Pincock ​Cortney's interests and work are currently centered around ICP-MS (inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry) methods and analysis of a variety of samples from environmental samples to nuclear fuels. Cortney is the instrument scientist for several instruments in the ARL including a PerkinElmer ELAN DRC II and two PerkinElmer NexION 2000 instruments . Prior to joining the Analytical Research Laboratory in 2016, Cortney spent nearly 6 years at an analytical laboratory for a local nutraceutical company where he did routine analysis and method development. He worked with instruments and techniques including HPLC, GC, UV-VIS, ICP-OES, ICP-MS, automated titrator, microwave digestion, IC, PCR, TOC, densitometer, viscometer, and FTIR. <div class="ExternalClass1CD293CC82E6453AB990FB7D01A3324C"><p>​B.S. Chemistry, University of Utah, 2010</p></div>Analytical Chemistry ChemistAnalytical Research LaboratoriesAnalytical ​I​nductively coupled plasma - mass spectrometer PerkinElmer ELAN DRC II PerkinElmer NexION 2000