Author | Shane Elliott

Articles

ICP-MS: When Sensitivity Does Matter

April 01, 2007

Special Issues

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It makes intuitive sense - the higher the sensitivity of an inductively coupled plasma–mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) system, the lower the detection limit. But there are many factors that affect the detection limit for a given isotope in a given sample. These factors include sensitivity, background noise, and interferences.

Tech Note: A New Direction in ICP-MS (PDF)

January 01, 2004

Spectroscopy

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A new quadupole ICP-MS instrument has been designed to improve the sensitivity of this elemental analysis technique.

A New Direction in ICP-MS

January 01, 2004

Article

Inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) is a powerful technique for elemental and isotopic analysis that combines the efficiency and ease of use of the ICP component with the sensitivity and selectivity of MS.