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Wu X.,University of Sichuan | Yang W.,University of Sichuan | Liu M.,SPECTRO Analytical Instruments GmbH | Hou X.,University of Sichuan | Zheng C.,University of Sichuan
Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry | Year: 2011

Mercury solution without or with formic acid was introduced into a low temperature argon plasma from dielectric barrier discharge (DBD). Mercury vapor generated in the DBD was separated from the liquid phase and finally swept into an inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometer (ICP-OES) for determination. The optimum conditions for the proposed technique and operation of the ICP-OES, as well as interferences from concomitants, were investigated in detail. It was found that the vapor generation efficiency of mercury could be significantly enhanced with the addition of formic acid. However, the efficiency was reduced sharply in the presence of chloride ions or oxidizing substances of high concentration. Under the optimized conditions, a limit of detection of 0.090 μg L-1 and a precision of 2.1% RSD at a concentration of 10 μg L-1 were achieved by the proposed method. The new DBD-induced mercury vapor generation provides several advantages including low power consumption (<25 W), green analytical chemistry, cost-effectiveness, smaller size, long operation lifetime, and ease of on-line operation. The methodology has been successfully applied to the determination of mercury in a certified reference water sample and mineral water samples. © 2011 The Royal Society of Chemistry.


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Spectro Analytical Instruments Gmbh | Date: 2016-07-05

Optical emission spectrometers for the element analysis of metals and metal alloys.


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Spectro Analytical Instruments Gmbh | Date: 2012-09-04

Scientific measuring device, namely, spectrometers. Material analysis for third parties.


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Spectro Analytical Instruments Gmbh | Date: 2013-10-30

Scientific measuring devices; spectrometers. Material analysis for third parties.


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Spectro Analytical Instruments Gmbh | Date: 2015-11-11

Scientific measuring devices, namely, spectrometers. Material analysis for third parties.


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Spectro Analytical Instruments Gmbh | Date: 2015-11-25

Scientific measuring devices, namely, spectrometers. Material analysis for third parties.


News Article | November 14, 2016
Site: www.chromatographytechniques.com

The latest version of the SPECTRO Analytical Instruments SPECTROBLUE inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometer (ICP-OES) includes a powerful new generator that brings a new level of analytical performance to routine laboratory analysis in industrial and environmental applications, plus new software to meet new U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requirements. The analyzer features a Paschen-Runge optical system, which provides enhanced optical resolution and sensitivity. The new instrument utilizes revolutionary UV-PLUS gas purification technology, as well as a OPI-AIR interface that avoids costly, complicated external water cooling. This new version also complies with both U.S. EPA CLP (Contract Laboratory Program) requirements ILM 5.3 and ISM 2.3.The analyzer brings next-generation plasma power to midrange spectrometers. Its new laterally diffused metal oxide semiconductor (LDMOS) generator delivers up to 1700 W of proven power. Benefits include: • Faster warmup time for high productivity: While traditional tube-based generators take up to 30 minutes to stabilize after startup, the analyzer’s new solid-state generator allows the system to be ready to analyze in less than 10 minutes for most applications. • Excellent matrix compatibility: High power gives the instrument great agility in the case of rapidly changing plasma loads and provides high matrix compatibility. Samples can be analyzed in lower dilutions, for lower limits of detection. • Longer lifetime: The new analyzer is extremely robust and trouble free. Its innovative air-cooled system operates without external cooling, delivering low running costs. Unlike traditional power sources, the analyzer’s new generator has no parts subject to wear — minimizing time and expense.The spectrometer is available with three versions of plasma interface, depending on its intended use.


News Article | September 6, 2016
Site: www.chromatographytechniques.com

SPECTRO Analytical Instruments’ SPECTRO MIDEX small-spot energy-dispersive X-ray fluorescence (ED-XRF) analyzers are designed for faster and more accurate elemental analysis of precious metals. The analyzer represents an alternative to fire assay testing that not only approaches fire assay in terms of precision, but surpasses it in both speed and ease of use. The analyzer incorporates the latest developments in ED-XRF detector technology, allowing improved precision. It both an increased accuracy of elemental analysis—critical in the refining of precious metal —and substantially accelerated testing times for higher sample throughput a priority for high-volume hallmarking centers. It is easier to operate and features helpful software and the easy transfer of results into a laboratory network. A high-resolution silicon drift detector makes determination of trace and minor elements even more accurate. Adding to that precision is a new ultra-high count rate. With the same measurement time as prior models, it delivers up to 4x higher intensities. Additionally, a compact design with a spacious measurement chamber handles samples of all sizes. Samples are placed onto a laboratory jack, and a turn of a knob moves it precisely into optimum measurement position. Close the analyzer door and a single screen click begins the analysis. SPECTRO Analytical Instruments www.spectro.com, +49 2821 8 92 0


News Article | November 13, 2016
Site: www.rdmag.com

The latest edition of the SPECTRO Analytical Instruments SPECTROBLUE inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometer (ICP-OES) includes a powerful new generator that brings a new level of analytical performance to routine laboratory analysis in industrial and environmental applications, plus new software to meet new U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requirements. The latest version of the SPECTROBLUE analyzer capitalizes on more than 30 years of benchmark service by SPECTRO ICP-OES analyzers. That heritage can be found in its Paschen-Runge optical system, which provides unmatched optical resolution and sensitivity. The new instrument utilizes revolutionary UV-PLUS gas purification technology, as well as a breakthrough OPI-AIR interface that avoids costly, complicated external water cooling. This new version also complies with both U.S. EPA CLP (Contract Laboratory Program) requirements ILM 5.3 and ISM 2.3. The new SPECTROBLUE model brings next-generation plasma power to midrange spectrometers. Its new laterally diffused metal oxide semiconductor (LDMOS) generator delivers up to 1700 W of proven power. Benefits include: • Faster warm-up time for high productivity: While traditional tube-based generators take up to 30 minutes to stabilize after startup, the SPECTROBLUE analyzer’s new solid-state generator allows the system to be ready to analyze in less than 10 minutes for most applications. • Excellent matrix compatibility: High power gives the instrument great agility in the case of rapidly changing plasma loads and provides high matrix compatibility. Samples can be analyzed in lower dilutions, for lower limits of detection. • Longer lifetime: The new analyzer is extremely robust and trouble free. Its innovative air-cooled system operates without external cooling, delivering low running costs. Unlike traditional power sources, the analyzer’s new generator has no parts subject to wear — minimizing time and expense. The SPECTROBLUE spectrometer is available with three versions of plasma interface, depending on its intended use: • SPECTROBLUE EOP: It´s axial interface provides high sensitivity and low detection limits, making it ideal for superior analysis of trace elements in industrial and environmental applications. • SPECTROBLUE SOP: It´s radial interface is ideal when low detection limits are of less importance than accuracy and precision at higher sample concentrations. It is also well-suited for analyzing organic solutions and slurries. • SPECTROBLUE TI: It´s twin interface — automatic axial and radial plasma observation — eliminates the EIE (Easily Ionizable Elements) effect. It provides accurate determination of alkali / earth alkali elements in a complex alkali / earth alkali matrix and is ideal for such environmental applications as analyzing sodium, potassium, or calcium in wastewater or soil matrices. SPECTRO helps ensure uninterrupted performance and maximum ROI over a spectrometer’s life via AMECARE services. Optional machine-to-machine (M2M) support allows proactive alerts, backed up by client connection with a remote SPECTRO service expert’s PC


News Article | October 3, 2016
Site: www.labdesignnews.com

SPECTRO Analytical Instruments offers its SPECTRO MIDEX small-spot energy-dispersive x-ray fluorescence (ED-XRF) analyzers for faster and more accurate elemental analysis of precious metals. The analyzer represents a smart alternative to fire assay testing that not only approaches fire assay in terms of precision, but greatly surpasses it in both speed and ease of use. The device incorporates the latest developments in ED-XRF detector technology, allowing improved precision. The innovations help make it one of the most-advanced midrange laboratory XRF benchtop analyzers available for precious metals testing. The new instrument delivers both an increased accuracy of elemental analysis — critical in the refining of precious metals — and substantially accelerated testing times for higher sample throughput — a priority for high-volume hallmarking centers. It is easier to operate and features helpful software and the easy transfer of results into a laboratory network. • High precision and accuracy for a wide range of concentration levels — plus short testing times (often 30 to 40 seconds). For small jewelry items or drill cuttings from remelted samples, it analyzes a small spot (typically 1 mm). For silver samples, which may be relatively inhomogeneous, averaged results from an optional larger spot size maintain high-accuracy results. • Excellent ease of use with intuitive software supplying all relevant information on a single screen. An integrated video system aids in accurate positioning of the sample and also can help document the testing spot. Display, printout, and transfer of analysis results supports later data use and/or proof of compliance. • Competitive, cost-effective analysis for precious metals testing offices, assay labs, hallmarking centers, and refinery labs. Its accuracy and speed reduce costly additional ICP-OES or fire assay testing that requires digestion. • A high-resolution silicon drift detector (SDD) that makes determination of trace and minor elements even more accurate. Adding to that precision is a new ultrahigh count rate. With the same measurement time as prior models, it delivers up to 4X higher intensities. • Greatly improved speeds on previous 120 second analysis times. With the same accuracy as earlier models, the new, faster scans may take only 30 seconds. • A compact design with a spacious measurement chamber that handles samples from tiny jewelry pins to large silver pieces. Samples are placed onto a laboratory jack, and a turn of a knob moves it precisely into optimum measurement position. Close the analyzer door and a single screen click begins the analysis. Optional AMECARE M2M (machine-to-machine) support extends self-diagnostic functions with proactive alerts, backed by direct monitoring via a remote service expert’s PC.

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