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This injector is designed for use with standard demountable torches in NexION® 1000 and 2000 ICP-MS series instruments. The demountable design allows the injector to be removed and replaced efficiently without dismounting the torch. An injector light shield is also included to protect the torch and injector base from discoloration caused by the plasma.
This injector is compatible with the Demountable Quartz Torch - Black Mark (N8152379), Demountable UHP Quartz Torch - Gray Mark (N8152448), and the Demountable Organics Quartz Torch - Orange/Black Mark (N8152596) for NexION® 1000/2000.
This O-ring-free Quartz SSI Cyclonic-Scott Dual Spray Chamber, with auxiliary gas port, is used in conjunction with PC3 Peltier cooled inlet systems with NexION® 300 and 350 ICP-MS series instruments.
This Quartz Baffled Cyclonic Spray Chamber, with included drain fitting, is used with NexION® 300 and 350 ICP-MS series instruments.
This IsoMist Programmable Temperature Controlled Spray Chamber is for use with NexION 300/350 ICP-MS series instruments. The IsoMist XR now features an improved thermodynamic design providing an extended temperature range and faster cool-down, so your ICP is ready to go sooner. IsoMist XR has a peltier unit with a range of -25°C to +80°C.
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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.
Measuring the amount of metals in CNTs presents a challenge. High levels can be measured directly in the solid by several techniques, including XRF and TEM, while low-level analysis requires complete digestion of the sample prior to analysis by ICP-OES or ICP-MS.
As with any new field of study, nanotechnology and the creation of ENPs may pose unintended environmental, health, and safety risks demanding further study. The traditional research process involving nanomaterials, however, requires many different types of technologies, including electron microscopes, great technical expertise, hours of manual calculations, and considerable investments in research to obtain a single piece of information.
One of the leading academic research groups involved with the study of the impact of ENPs on the environment is the Colorado School of Mines (CSM), based in Golden, Colorado.
Speciation studies can provide comprehensive information regarding ion mobility, bioavailability, and toxicity. Consequently, many modern labs are expanding their analytical portfolio to include HPLC-ICP-MS. For such studies, it is advantageous to have an intuitive, user-friendly system that meets the user requirements for automation, ultra-low baseline, powerful integration, and flexible data export. And no one offers a more integrated, versatile, and inert speciation solution than PerkinElmer - accelerate your speciation analysis with the NexSAR™ HPLC-ICP-MS Speciation Solution.
Analyzing single nanoparticles with ICP-MS requires a different approach than measuring dissolved elements. This work describes the theory behind single-particle ICP-MS measurements, drawing comparisons and differences with analyzing dissolved elements.
In this work, we demonstrate that PerkinElmer's NexION® 2000 ICP-MS, with its unique RF generator and ion optics, coupled with the Syngistix™ Nano Application Software Module, can be used to accurately measure and characterize NP sizes of 10 nm and smaller, both alone and in a mixture of NPs of various sizes.
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.
There is a growing body of evidence showing that there are significant differences between some nanomaterials and their non-nanoscale counterparts. What those differences portend raises many new questions about their potential to cause harm to human health and the environment.
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 studies the release of TiO2 NPs from various commercial textile products which do not advertise that TiO2 NPs have been added.
Through the years, both industry and analytical instrumentation have advanced. With the development of new chemicals and processes, new pollutants may enter the environment. However, the capabilities of analytical instruments have also increased, allowing the measurement of ever lower levels of environmental contaminants, as well as new pollutants.
This work has demonstrated the ability of the NexION 2000 ICP-MS to analyze both natural and drinking water samples in Standard (i.e. non-cell) mode, in accordance with U.S. EPA Method 200.8. Accuracy has been demonstrated through the analysis of several reference materials and spike recoveries, with stability of at least nine hours. Method detection limits allow for trace-level determinations, while the ability to selectively suppress user-defined isotopes also allows the measurement of analyte levels usually only possible by ICP-OES or Flame AA. The NexION 2000 provides a comprehensive solution to the challenge of U.S. EPA Method 200.8 and other drinking and natural water analytical requirements across the globe.