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This MicroMist™ Nebulizer is used with NexION® 1000 and 2000 ICP-MS series instruments. The MicroMist™ micro-uptake glass concentric nebulizer offers high performance for limited sample volumes.
This Sample Introduction Line, with 0.5 mm I.D. and orange marker, is for use with NexION® 1000/2000 ICP-MS series instruments. It is designed for use with MicroFlow PFA-ST nebulizers and includes the fluoropolymer micro pump tubing fitting.
This MicroFlow High Efficiency Nebulizer, with PFA gas line, is for NexION® 1000/2000 ICP-MS series instruments. It is specially designed to convert liquid samples to aerosol at sample liquid flow rates as low as 10 μL/min while minimizing rupture of biological cells.
This 0.5 mm Internal Standard Addition Tee is for use with PFA-ST Nebulizers in NexION 1000/2000 ICP-MS series instruments. This mixing tee is perfect for online addition of internal standard or online dilution and achieves excellent mixing with minimal dead volume.
This Peripump Union, with male threads and dual flaring, is for use with the NexION® 1000/2000 ICP-MS series instruments. It adapts 10/32 to pump tubing and is for use with internal standard tee.
This Baffled Cyclonic C3 High Sensitivity Spray Chamber is used with NexION® 1000 and 2000 ICP-MS series instruments. It is recommended for use in the NexION® 2000 Core Configuration and NexION® 2000 Productivity Configuration, and is an ideal all-purpose spray chamber for non-HF samples.
This Ultra-High Purity Quartz MEINHARD™ Plus Nebulizer, with 0.5 mL/min uptake rate, is for use with NexION® 1000/2000 ICP-MS series instruments. MEINHARD™ Plus Nebulizers have the lowest dead volume of any glass or quartz nebulizer. The low dead volume and high sensitivity provide excellent detection limits and washout. It features the lowest contamination, especially for Al, Fe, K. It includes the PFA FG Gas Quick Connect (N8121036) and F2 Standard Integrated Capillary (N8121039).
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With the increasing development of high-tech applications, rare earth elements (REEs) are considered key elements for modern and future industries. Globally, there is growing pressure for analytical solutions that can accurately characterize and quantify REE content in a high-throughput manner to meet the application needs of expanding industries with reliable results to a diverse selection of mineral samples.
This work describes the in situ analysis of certified reference materials in selecting five mineral matrices using the NexION® 2000 ICP-MS coupled to a laser ablation (LA) system to demonstrate the performance capabilities of LA-ICP-MS for quantifying rare earth elements.
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.
Unlike other ICP-MS systems on the market that utilize conventional 40-MHz or 27-MHz commercially available generators which are typically customized and modified to work with ICP-MS instruments, the NexION® 1000/2000/5000 ICP-MS systems feature a 34-MHz frequency free-running RF generator, which was developed specifically for applications using ICP-MS systems. This state-of-the-art RF generator offers a trouble-free user experience, featuring adjustable power with 1 watt increments from 400 to 1600 watts. The accurate impedance matching of this system allows the plasma to quickly adjust to changing sample matrices, ensuring that sensitivity is maintained.
Learn more about the novel 34-MHz RF generator of the NexION 1000/2000/5000 ICP-MS - download this technical note.
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.
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.
Atomic spectroscopy is a family of techniques for determining the elemental composition of an analyte by its electromagnetic or mass spectrum. Several analytical techniques are available:
And selecting the most appropriate one is the key to achieving accurate, reliable, real-world results.
This guide provides a basic overview of the most commonly used techniques and the information necessary to help you select the one that best suits your specific needs and applications.
Milk and milk powder are used widely in the food industry for the production of other foods. Because of its nutritional importance and widespread consumption, regulations in many countries necessitate that the quality of the milk is routinely monitored.
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.
The United States Pharmacopeia (USP) has announced that its new standards for elemental impurities in drug products has been implemented since January 1, 2018. General Chapters <232> and <2232> specify the list of elements and their permissible daily exposure (PDE) limits based on the route of administration.