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Powerful, easy-to-use solutions for routine and research trace elemental analysis. Thermo Scientific trace elemental analysis instruments deliver quality, reproducible data from any sample type. With a streamlined and intuitive interface, our innovative solutions make it easy for operators at any experience level to analyze samples to meet even the strictest regulations and legislation. So you can have total confidence in your results.
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Simple, automated and reliable single element analysis by AAS. The flame AAS is ideal for the measurement of high concentration samples, whilst furnace AAS achieves sub ppb detection. The dual atomizer system with Stockdale optics and advanced background correction techniques ensure accurate analysis.
Dedicated ICP-MS solutions for trace elemental analysis for both high throughput monitoring of elemental contaminants and cutting edge ultra-trace analysis. Comprehensive interference removal using both single and triple quadrupole technology with unique ease of use.
Our ICP-OES systems provide powerful multi-element performance for routine and research applications. The optimized vertical torch ensures that the instrument has the flexibility to analyze any sample type. With high sample throughput and the shortest start-up time of any ICP-OES, producing consistent and reliable data has never been simpler.
Configurable analyzers dedicated to reliable, high speed and accurate quantification of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, sulfur and oxygen.
Direct analysis from sub-ppb to % level: Complete elemental and isotopic characterization spectrometers for high-purity conductive and semi-conductive materials.
An intuitive, user-friendly platform software, designed to simplify workflows and maximize efficiency. Enable easy rotation of lab technicians, with this common software solution.
Learn how AAS and ICP-OES can meet the requirements of applications requiring high matrix tolerance or requiring detection limits in the high to low ppb range.