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Analyzer’s interface delivers high sensitivity for trace elements

By Gerald Ondrey |

The newest version of the Spectrogreen inductively coupled plasma, optical emission spectrometry (ICP-OES) analyzer (photo) features this company’s proven twin interface (TI). The TI automatically combines both axial and radial plasma views — looking both across the plasma and from end-to-end — optimizing sensitivity, linearity and dynamic range while avoiding matrix effects, like easily ionizable elements (EIE). The Spectrogreen TI is the third and newest version of this family of ICP-OES analyzers. It delivers numerous advantages for a wide array of routine laboratory analyses. — Spectro Analytical Instruments GmbH, Kleve, Germany

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