High Resolution Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry is a technique used for elemental analysis of solutions and solid samples via laser ablation. The superior ionization of inductively coupled plasma source is combined with a magnetic sector multicollector mass spectrometer resulting in ultimate sensitivity.
The high mass resolution potential of a sector-field mass spectrometer can physically distinguish and separate an analyte from interferences by exploiting small differences in mass-to-charge. This means that almost all elements in the periodic table can be analyzed without the requirement for complicated reaction gases regardless of sample matrix.
The Thermo Scientific Element HR-ICP-MS has a large dynamic range of more than 12 orders of magnitude. As such, it can be used to measure matrix elements (%), traces (ppm) and ultra-traces (ppb). There are a wide range of applications that use HR-ICP-MS from geoscience research, environmental testing, process chemicals and semiconductor applications.
The workhorse for semiconductor applications. The high performance, double-focusing magnetic sector field Element 2 HR-ICP-MS is optimized for ease-of-use, stability and productivity. Get access to a powerful technique for solving specific problems with excellent sensitivity and signal-to-noise ratio.
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The gold standard for full elemental analysis of laser ablation and solution samples. The 12 orders of magnitude linear dynamic range of the Element XR HR-ICP-MS enables analysis of any matrix element straight without further dilution, ideal for laser ablation analysis or applications with extreme isotope ratios.
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The Thermo Scientific Jet Interface, in combination with a desolvating nebulizer system, increases sensitivity by 10 to 20 times compared to standard wet plasma.
From battery through to medical research, the Element HR-ICP-MS is the instrument of choice for high precision elemental analysis. Learn more the applications of HR-ICP-MS.
Learn how the Element HR-ICP-MS is used to monitor contamination in workers in nuclear power plants and military personnel.
The low detection limits of the Element HR-ICP-MS are ideal for analysis of high-purity chemicals.
A high mass resolution and large dynamic range makes the Element HR-ICP-MS the workhorse for elemental mapping of geological samples.
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