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Atomic emission spectroscopy (AES) is a method of chemical analysis that uses the intensity of light emitted from a flame, plasma, arc, or spark at a particular wavelength to determine the quantity of an element in a sample. It can provide information about properties such as electron-atom, atom-atom and ion-atom collisional effects, energy distribution of species, charge transfer between plasma constituents, and electric and magnetic fields.
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Fast, quantitative, elemental analyses of difficult samples are hallmarks of the DC Arc approach. Few other techniques can challenge the ease-of-use or productivity of DC Arc when it comes to samples that are difficult or impossible to digest. Prodigy DC Arc performs elemental analysis of samples in their native form without sample digestion.
When compared to standard ICP-OES instruments, the SPECTRO ARCOS is completely different. The special optical system is housed on the left side of the instrument that delivers high accuracy, resolution and stability.
SPECTRO Analytical Instruments offers SPECTRO GENESIS, an advanced ICP-OES spectrometer that comes with a complete set of factory techniques that can be extended to all general industrial and environmental applications, such as soil, sewage sludge, water, waste water, industrial waste water, dust, filter, additives in oil, and wear metals in oil.
SPECTRO Analytical Instruments offers SPECTROBLUE, an advanced inductively coupled plasma-optical emission spectrometer (ICP-OES) that sets new standards among small, mid-range spectrometers for ease of operation and low maintenance.
The ICPE-9800 series of simultaneous ICP atomic emission spectrometers from Shimadzu are advanced systems that provide excellent precision required for simultaneously and rapidly testing numerous elements regardless of their concentration levels.
The CCHAR high-aspect ratio CNT AFM probe, are designed for critical dimension measurements and imaging high-Z structures in materials science, metrology and life science applications. The standard CNT probe length is approximately 1┬Ám overall with < 500nm of exposed CNT tip. These two dimensions can also be custom engineered to user specifications.