Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP) based analytical techniques can provide quantitative bulk elemental composition of a wide variety of sample types, including powders, solids, liquids, and suspensions. This technique is especially powerful for quantitative chemical analysis when standards are not available.
Technical Specifications Detector : Dark detector
Sample Size Requirement : 250 mg to 1 gram of solid sample; typical solution volumes range from 2 -10 mL
Ideal Uses :
• Precise and accurate determination of major and minor elements in a wide range of materials.
• Quality control and process control, and research and development.
• Aesenic, Selenium, Mercury, Antimony by ICP-OES MSIS.
Typical Detection Limits :
• Parts per billion in solution.
• Sodium, Potassium, Aluminium, Calcium, Boron, Barium, Iron, Copper, Manganese Zinc, Cadmium, Cromium, lead Zinc by ICP-one neb nebulizer.
• Analysis of metals and minerals in Food as well as agriculture products.
• Analysis of metals and minerals in drinking and waste water.
• Analysis of metals and minerals in pharmaceutical product.
Our Strengths :
• A range of elements can be measured in a single analysis cycle.
• The useful linear dynamic range is over several orders of magnitude.
• The use of a quartz-free sample introduction system enables determination of low levels of Silicon and Boron.
• The analysis can be automated, enhancing accuracy, precision and sample throughput.