The Thermo Scientific booth features the latest developments in inductively coupled plasma, dc plasma, microwave plasma, glow discharge and laser sources, including the iCAP 6200 ICP emission spectrometer, the XSERIES 2 ICP-MS, the ELEMENT XR high-resolution ICP-MS and the NEPTUNE Plus high-resolution multicollector ICP-MS instruments. In addition, for the first time the company will showcase its ELEMENT 2 high resolution magnetic sector field ICP-MS with the new innovative jet interface, which offers increased sensitivity from 1 Mcps/ppb to 200 Mcps/ppb. All of the ICP and ICP-MS systems are capable of interfacing with third-party devices to facilitate more effective analyses, ensuring an efficient workflow for all applications. The products integrate effortlessly into the instrument software and require no additional software, minimizing user training and increasing familiarization. Most connections utilize bi-directional communication for full integration and sample efficiency.
Thermo Fisher technicians will be available within the booth throughout the conference to discuss applications and make suggestions for enhancing laboratory workflows. On Thursday, January 7 at 3:15, the company will deliver a workshop entitled 'Identification of selenium-containing proteins by combining molecular and elemental high resolution mass spectrometry.'
which features the new ELEMENT 2 with novel jet interface capabilities.
Another presentation, 'Enhancing sensitivity on sector field ICP-MS,'
will take place on Wednesday, January 6 at 2pm. Thermo Fisher will also present a range of technical posters throughout the conference covering topics such as high-precision ICP-OES analysis in the metallurgical industry, trace elemental analysis of industrial salts by sector field ICP-MS, and chromium speciation analysis in toys. A full list of posters and presentations is detailed and available to download at www.thermo.com/wpc.
During the conference, Thermo Fisher will present an award to a scientist who has made a noteworthy contribution to the field of plasma spectrochemistry in 2010. The award recognizes achievements in conceptualization and development of novel instrumentation, elucidation of fundamental events or processes involved in plasma spectrochemistry, authorship of a significant research paper or outstanding new applications that open new fields of use for plasma spectrochemistry.
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