Discrete Sample Introduction Techniques for Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry, Volume 34 (Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry) download epub
by D. Beauchemin,D.C. Grégoire,D. Günther,V. Karanassios,Jean-Michel Mermet,T.J. Wood
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Authors: D. Grégoire D. Günther V. Karanassios Jean-Michel Mermet . Hardcover ISBN: 9780444899514. eBook ISBN: 9780080934556. Electrothermal vaporization sample introduction for inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry. Then, the book demonstrates how these limitations can be reduced and/or eliminated by combining various techniques with ICP-MS. Great detail is provided on each technique so that the reader can get a good understanding of it before carrying on to the instrumental requirements for its hyphenation to ICP-MS, and the resulting impact on the operation of the hyphenated instrument.
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Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry presents the basic principles, recent developments and important applications of analytical chemistry. The volumes in this series discuss in depth topics regarding experimental phenomena, major advances, experimental approaches, essential instrumental methods, theoretical strategies and important applications within the field. Volume 34. Discrete Sample Introduction Techniques for Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry. Published: 12th December 2000 Authors: D. Volume 33. Elemental Speciation.
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With a level of detection of one part in 1015, inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) is a highly sensitive tool in a huge range of analytical applications.
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In ICP-OES, detection limits span from 10−2 to 10 μg L−1 and precisions reached are between . % and 2%. An additional advantage of this technique is the easy way that the ICP spectrometer can be coupled to other techniques such as HPLC, HG, FI or an electrothermal atomiser.
Arc nebulization is employed as a sample introduction method for elemental and isotopic analysis of conducting solids and non-conducting powdered samples with an inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometer (ICP-MS). Detection limits are in the g g/sup -1/ range and relative precision and accuracy are /approximately/ 5% for elements studied. 'Speciation'' measurements are demonstrated by LC separation of phosphorous and sulfur containing compounds with ICP-MS detection. The response factors for P and S are independent of the individual compound.
Whereas solid mass spectrometric techniques allow direct analysis of solid samples in ICP-MS, the determination of trace impurities or isotope ratios in solid samples is often carried out after digestion and dissolution of the material. For the determination of trace impurities and isotope ratios in liquids, an additional nebulization.
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Publisher: Elsevier Science; 1 edition (December 26, 2000)
Pages: 594 pages