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    Analytical instruments for atomic spectroscopy

    Besides Mass Spectrometry, a further variety of analysis techniques are categorized as atomic spectroscopy. Analysis techniques which use inductively coupled plasma (ICP), such as ICP-OES and ICP-MS, are among these. With increasing environmental awareness backed by regulations, an increasingly important use of atomic spectroscopy techniques is in mercury analysis. Achieving a high mass flow control performance, e.g. high repeatability or an excellent turn-down ratio, is a prerequisite to achieve a high analyzer performance. For this, a number of Axetris customers rely on our products while designing such systems.

    By Axetris Ag based in Kaegiswil, SWITZERLAND.

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    Mass flow devices for analytical instrumentation

    Axetris mass flow devices are used in a variety of analytical applications: Gas Chromatography, Mass Spectrometry, Atomic Spectroscopy, Elemental Analysis, Thermal Analysis, Bioreactor and Fermentor.

    By Axetris Ag based in Kaegiswil, SWITZERLAND.

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    Analytical instruments for mass spectrometry

    A variety of MS techniques – such as Quadrupole MS, Time-of-Flight (TOF) MS, Ion Mobility Spectroscopy (IMS), etc. have been developed in the past decades, providing new tools for materials analyses. Flow control for mass spectrometry (MS) requires high repeatability and small temperature- and pressure dependency. This is important to achieve a high resolution and instrument resolution. Depending on the size and electrical interface requirements, the Axetris MFC modules or MFC standalone types are the ideal choices for MS applications.

    By Axetris Ag based in Kaegiswil, SWITZERLAND.

  • Rapid Analysis of Mining Samples Using Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS)

    Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) offers many attractive analytical advantages with respect to other techniques for the mining industry. LIBS can detect elements from H – Pu, which includes non-metals, such as H, N, F, and O, along with high sensitivity for lighter elements (B, Li, C, K, Ca, Mg, Al, Si, etc.)

    By Applied Spectra, Inc. based in Fremont, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Percent Aromatics in Gasoline #3008

    The aromatic content of gasoline determines many of its combustion properties. Since it also impacts the environmental characteristics of the fuel it is desirable to have accurate measurements of this parameter. The traditional analytical method for measuring aromatics is either gas chromatography (GC) or an older method entitled fluorescent indicator adsorption (FIA), both of which are time and labor intensive. This note will discuss the use of Guided Wave hardware and software tools for the measurement of % aromatics in fuel products using fiber optic-based, Near-Infrared (NIR) spectroscopy. NIR can be applied in real time directly in process monitoring or as a laboratory procedure. In either case NIR is a time and money saving alternative to traditional methods. Request Application Note #3008

    By Guided Wave Inc, based in Rancho Cordova, CALIFORNIA (USA).

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