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Inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectroscopy system

Inductively coupled plasma-atomic emission spectrometry (ICP-AES) is an emission spectrophotometric technique, exploiting the fact that excited electrons emit energy at a given wavelength (based on their atomic character) as they return to ground state after excitation by high temperature argon plasma. This analytical technique is used for the detection of trace metals.
Make and Model
SPECTRO Analytical Instruments GmbH, Germany, ARCOS, Simultaneous ICP Spectrometer

Plasma: Radial plasma, having capability to analyse aqueous solutions with high dissolved solid content even up to 30wt %. Wavelength range: 130nm to 770nm Resolution: Approx. 9 picometer Detector: Charge coupled devices Vertical torch assembly having fully demountable quartz torch for HF based solutions Nebulisers: Concentric, cross flow, organic nebuliser, and cross flow nebuliser Spray chambers: HF resistant cyclonic chamber and hydrocarbon solution spray chamber



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