The NexION® 1000 ICP-MS is the ideal high-throughput system for routine, multi-elemental, trace-level analyses that meet regulatory standards – and that works within your budget. It features a host of proprietary technologies that combine to deliver exceptional speed and operational simplicity, making your lab more efficient than ever before.
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Ideal for high-throughput testing laboratories running routine multi-element analysis, the NexION 1000 ICP-MS features:
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Toxic cyanobacterial blooms were reported worldwide in various aquatic systems, including freshwater rivers, lakes, reservoirs, and eutrophied coastal marine habitats. Cyanobacterial blooms might be caused by a combination of multiple factors, including eutrophication, solar radiation, temperature, current patterns and other associated factors. Their proliferation in aquatic environments can cause death or toxin accumulation in aquatic animals and then, indirectly or directly, affect human health. Microcystis aeruginosa (M. aeruginosa) bloom is the most common harmful algal bloom (HAB) and is widely studied in various fields.
Copper sulfate is an algaecide frequently used for controlling algae growth. The mechanism of copper (Cu)-based algaecide for algal bloom control is not well understood. The amount of Cu required to kill an individual algae cell and the morphology of the cell after being killed is still unknown. Quantification measurement of these phenomena is even more difficult due to the lack of appropriate methodology.
This work demonstrates that single cell (SC)-ICP-MS provides an effective method for the determination of copper algaecide at the cellular level, leveraging the NexION® ICP-MS with Syngistix™ Single Cell Application software module.
Water forms 80% of the human body and is essential to all life. Due to increasing pollution and land disturbance, vast quantities of potentially harmful elements are mobilized into potable water sources, such as rivers, lakes and groundwater. As such, the concentrations of elements, which are known to elicit a toxicological response, are regulated throughout the world by international and national regulations, of which one of the most commonly used methods is the United States Environmental Protection Agency 200.8 (EPA 200.8). Since all drinking waters need to be tested prior to distribution to ensure fitness for consumption, this makes sample loads on water-testing laboratories high.
This study presents a high throughput method evaluating 27 analytes in drinking water following EPA 200.8 with a 3-5 fold reduction in sample analysis time through the use of PerkinElmer’s High Throughput System (HTS), a novel high-volume sample introduction module that is fully integrated with the NexION ICP-MS.
This work demonstrates a robust method using SP-ICP-MS technology to detect CeO2 NPs which were extracted from soil samples with tetrasodium pyrophosphate (TSPP). Over the past few decades, engineered nanoparticles (ENPs) have been increasingly used in many commercial products. As a result, more and more ENPs have been released into the environment, which raises concerns over their fate, toxicity and transport therein.
Due to increasing urbanization, industrialization, mining, and farming practices within catchment areas, the need to monitor potable drinking water for hazardous components has increased in importance. Many countries have implemented stringent criteria which need to be met before water can be distributed for human use and consumption. This require that analytical instrumentation be capable of reaching low detection limits so that trace concentrations of elements can be accurately and precisely quantified.
In the textile industry, the use of titanium dioxide (TiO2) nanoparticles (NPs) is increasing due to their ability to provide UV protection, increase the hydrophilic nature of fabrics, provide antibacterial characteristics, and reduce odors. This work demonstrates the ability of PerkinElmer's NexION® Single Particle ICP-MS with Syngistix™ Nano Application Software Module to both detect and measure TiO2 nanoparticles released from textiles.
Eye drops are commonly used medications which are available both over-the-counter and as prescriptions in various forms. Because eye drops are classified as a parenteral medication and have relatively large daily doses, the inorganic components in eye drops must be present at low concentrations. As a result, ICP-MS is the most appropriate technique for the determination of trace elements in eye drops.
The International Conference on Harmonization Guideline for Elemental Impurities Q3D (ICH Q3D) has established maximum permitted daily exposure limits for elemental impurities in pharmaceutical products. This work discusses the sample preparation and analysis of Class 1, 2, and 3 elements in a variety of eye drops with the NexION ICP-MS, following the criteria defined in ICH Q3D. The developed methodology (both sample preparation and analytical) demonstrates both accuracy and stability.
Owing to the toxicity of heavy metals, it is increasingly important to test cannabis flowers and other cannabis derivatives so that patient and consumer safety is maintained as the use of cannabis becomes more common. This need has translated into an increasing demand for testing cannabis flowers and other cannabis derivatives for toxins such as the heavy metals cadmium (Cd), lead (Pb), arsenic (As), and mercury (Hg). In this application note, we present data to illustrate the successful validation of the Titan MPS™ Microwave Sample Preparation System and the NexION® ICP-MS for the determination of heavy metals in cannabis flower according to the validation protocols set in USP General Chapter <233>, which are commonly used for evaluation of the levels of elemental impurities in samples.
Single Particle (SP) ICP-MS is an analytical technique that has demonstrated tremendous potential for the measurement and characterization of metal-containing nanoparticles (NPs) in a wide range of sample types, including environmental. One of the most challenging matrices is seawater due to its high salt content, which causes severe difficulties when analyzed for NPs due to matrix suppression and cone clogging.
This work demonstrates the ability of the NexION® ICP-MS, coupled to the dedicated Syngistix™ Nano Application software module, to measure silver (Ag) nanoparticles in seawater and track their transformations over time.
Due to rising concerns over the carcinogenic properties of hexavalent chromium (Cr6+) in drinking water, many national and regional water standards are looking to lower the maximum allowable levels of total chromium and hexavalent chromium in potable waters. And in order to assess trace concentrations of Cr6+ in drinking water, it is necessary to have an instrument capable of measuring parts per trillion (ppt) concentrations of Cr and possessing a wide linear dynamic range – HPLC-ICP-MS is often the instrumentation of choice in such applications.
This work demonstrates an ion exchange method for the characterization of Cr6+ in potable drinking water using our NexSAR HPLC-ICP-MS Speciation Solution. Discover the advantages of the inert and metal-free fluid path of the NexSAR Inert HPLC coupled with the NexION® ICP-MS’ Universal Cell Technology™ for these types of analyses – download this application note.
Nanoparticles (NPs) have been of significant interest over the last two decades as they offer attractive benefits for drug delivery to overcome limitations in conventional chemotherapy. Nanoparticles can be engineered to carry both drugs and imaging probes to simultaneously detect and treat cancer. They may also be designed to specifically target diseased tissues and cells in the body. A number of nanoparticlebased cancer therapeutics have been approved for clinical use and/or are currently under development.
Testing for harmful metal(loid)s that may be included in raw materials, processes, paints and additives used in the manufacturing processes of children's toys has been mandated by the regulation EN 71-3. This regulation recommends specific testing methods and maximum allowable concentrations of leachable metals and metalloids such as Al, As, B, Ba, Cd, Co, Cr (III), Cr (VI), Cu, Hg, Mn, Ni, Pb, Sb, Se, Sn, organotin, Sr and Zn in parts of toys, with the exclusion of general packaging materials.
This work shows a method for the measurement of hexavalent chromium in different toy material categories in accordance with method EN 71-3 Category II, leveraging the unique combination and capabilities of the NexSAR™ Inert HPLC coupled to the robust NexION® ICP-MS.
This work investigated the transfer of Ag and CuO nanoparticles from consumer products via simulated dermal contact by using textile wipes as a surrogate using PerkinElmer’s NexION ICP-MS single particle analyzer with the unique Syngistix Nano Application software module for data collection and analysis
The grain industry is very complex. It’s global, diverse, and can also present analytical challenges. Today’s grain users demand more when it comes to quality, safety, and uniformity. In addition, they seek diverse products with unique characteristics.
PerkinElmer is equipped to help the grain industry in its quest to feed the world – nutritiously and economically. Our testing and analysis solutions encompass the three primary areas required for complete knowledge of grains and their derivatives – composition, functionality, and safety.
PerkinElmer's NexION 1000 ICP-MS is the ideal high-throughput system for running routine, multielemental, trace-level analyses that meet regulatory standards – and that works within your budget.
The International Conference on Harmonization Guideline for Elemental Impurities Q3D (ICH Q3D) has established maximum permitted daily exposure limits for elemental impurities in pharmaceutical products. In combination with the U.S. Pharmacopeia’s (USP) Chapters <232> and <233> on elemental impurities, they redefined how the pharmaceutical and related supply-chain industries will measure, document, and comply with strict new standards to limit the presence of elemental impurities in drug products.
PerkinElmer provides the tools and processes you need to take control of impurities testing for both drug substances and drug products, providing proven, reliable technology for the identification and quantification of elemental impurities and the accurate measurement of residual solvents in accordance with strict regulatory guidelines.
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With instruments that are the industry standard worldwide, PerkinElmer accessories, consumables, methods and application support meet the most demanding requirements and are the preferred choice in thousands of laboratories globally.
This guide provides a basic overview of the most commonly used atomic spectroscopy techniques and provides the information necessary to help you select the one that best suits your specific needs and applications.
Look to PerkinElmer for all of your consumables and supplies for your NexION 1000 or 2000 ICP-MS system.
PerkinElmer ICP-MS instruments are complete systems with the exception of the following items which must be provided by the customer: electrical power, exhaust vents, argon gas supplies with approved regulator, cell gas supply with approved regulators
PerkinElmer’s Syngistix Enhanced Security software for AA, ICP and ICP-MS meets the special needs of highly regulated labs such as those that must comply with the U.S. FDA’s 21 CFR Part 11 regulations.
PerkinElmer's Syngistix is a workflow-based software designed to offer a harmonized user experience
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PerkinElmer's NexION 1000/2000’s patented RF generator combined with the novel design of the self-cooling LumiCoil RF coil provides a reliable plasma source for a wide range of demanding trace-element detection applications.
PerkinElmer’s All Matrix Solution system provides a number of benefits to simplify analysis of high-matrix samples with the NexION family of ICP-MS instruments.