White Paper:

Selecting your ICP-OES analyzer’s plasma interface: axial-view, radial-view, dual-view or new MultiView

Posted 1/21/2015

This new paper reviews the core concepts surrounding the optical interfaces that are available for ICP-OES spectrometers today and discusses the relative strengths and weaknesses of each approach. The paper explains how each technique works and why understanding the plasma-viewing interface should be a major factor in the selection of the best technology and instrument for your laboratory or specific area of research. The paper also introduces a unique new plasma observation approach called MultiView. MultiView technology was recently introduced by SPECTRO Analytical Instruments in its new SPECTRO ARCOS ICP-OES and offers users full axial sensitivity and full radial precision with out any dual-view compromises.


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Article:

Introducing the new SPECTRO ARCOS ICP-OES analyzer with MultiView technology

Posted 1/21/2015

The new SPECTRO ARCOS high-resolution ICP-OES spectrometer is the first and only spectrometer featuring the fast, convenient selection of axial…

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Application Report:

Analysis of Aqueous Solutions by ICP-OES with Radial Plasma Observation

Posted 1/21/2015

The multi-element analysis of aqueous solutions is a major application for ICP-OES instruments and this report demonstrates that the new…

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Application Report:

Analysis of Oils Using ICP-OES with Radial Plasma Observation

Posted 1/21/2015

The elemental analysis of oils is important for many petroleum laboratories and refining processes. Samples can be crude oils, new…

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Application Report:

Analysis of Drinking Water by ICP-OES with Axial Plasma Observation

Posted 1/21/2015

The multi-element analysis of water is a major application for ICP-OES analyzers and this application report demonstrates the more-than-adequate capabilities…

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Article:

Geological materials analysis using ICP-OES, EDXRF, and ICP-MS

Posted 12/11/2014

Geoscientists – Join us on December 17 to delve into the deeper layers of geological sample analysis and laboratory sample…

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Article:

How new spectrometer technologies substantially cut operating costs

Posted 11/26/2014

This report explores how engineering innovations can significantly reduce costs — enabling substantial savings while improving performance. ICP-OES spectrometry is…

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