Thermo Fisher Scientific
Inductively coupled plasma–mass spectrometry (ICP MS) is the technique of choice for both cutting edge research and routine analysis of trace elements. However, is not without its limitations. Interferences on analyte signals have a direct effect on data quality. Isobaric and polyatomic interferences can produce false positives that have significant implications, especially in regulatory applications. ICP MS using a triple quadrupole mass spectrometer can provide enhanced interference removal and better limits of detection in challenging matrices compared to an equivalent single quadrupole instrument. Using such a system can enable analysts to obtain the lowest limits of detection in a variety of challenging matrices, for a variety of challenging analytes, with the minimum of effort.
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Dr. Daniel Kutscher, ICP‑MS Product Specialist, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Dr. Shona McSheehy, ICP‑MS Product Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific
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