Multicollector ICP-MS and Thermal Ionization Mass Spectrometry (TIMS)
Opening doors to exciting research in the earth and nuclear sciences
Meet the demand for precise isotope ratio measurements with the extraordinary precision, sensitivity, dynamic range and stability of the Thermo Scientific multicollector ICP-MS and TIMS systems. These systems represent a major step forward in multicollector ICP technology and opens the door to ever-expanding applications in the earth and nuclear sciences, as well as other disciplines.
The Thermo Scientific Neptune Plus mass spectrometer is a double-focusing multicollector ICP-MS, featuring high mass resolution, Jet Interface for ground-breaking sensitivity, variable multicollectors with 1013 to 1010 ohm amplifiers, multiple discrete dynode electron multipliers, and optional dual RPQ option.
The Thermo Scientific Triton Plus is a single focusing thermal ionization mass spectrometer featuring high sample throughput, multicollectors with 1013 up to 1010 ohm amplifiers, zoom optics, multiple discrete dynode electron multipliers and optional dual RPQ option.
Hydrides present the most challenging interferences to effectively resolve, and these interferences can affect high-precision isotope ratio measurements of silicon, magnesium, chlorine, and potassium, among other elements. The new XHR Option for MC-ICP-MS is optimized to resolve interferences introduced by hydrides and other compounds.
Integrate your GC and ICP-MS system – seamlessly!
When GC and ICP-MS systems are seamlessly connected, even applications having the most challenging detection limit are no problem. The Thermo Scientific GCI Series Interface provides easy, reliable measurement of volatile species, down to sub-ppt concentrations.
Make pioneering discoveries in geochronology
Gain insights into the age of rocks, minerals, sediments and fossils using gas mass spectrometers.
Amplify your precision
Are you limited in sample size? One of the major challenges in geosciences is the analysis of small ion beams. The analytical precision of these studies is limited by the detection system of your mass spectrometer. The amplifiers, equipped with 1013 ohm amplifiers with a new resistor design, enable you to get faster response times and extremely low noise/signal characteristics.