GC-ICP-MS with the Element 2 Sector Field ICP-MS
Apr 09 2008
element concentration. The purpose of speciation analysis is to ascertain specific information such as toxicity, reactivity and
mobility that are dependent on the particular chemical form.
The currently accepted approach for performing speciation analyses is coupling a separation technique with a sensitive detector such as ICPMS.
Capillary gas chromatography (GC) coupled with HR-ICP-MS offers the ultimate sensitivity and chromatographic resolution for the determination of volatile elemental species.
With the introduction of a GC coupling package for the Thermo Scientific ELEMENT 2 Sector Field ICP-MS, Thermo Fisher Scientific provides the very highest sensitivity and specificity for the
determination of volatile trace element species.
With a unique dual mode sample introduction system, the coupling package offers a robust, fully automated hyphenated technique for
speciation studies in environmental, clinical and industrial applications.
For more information visit www.thermo.com/src to download the technical poster âA new GC interface for Sector Field ICP-MSâ
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