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inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry - ICPMS
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    • Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) is an analytical technique that performs elemental analysis with excellent sensitivity and high sample throughput. The ICP-MS instrument employs a plasma (ICP) as the ionization source and a mass spectrometer (MS) analyzer to detect the ions produced. It can simultaneously measure most elements in the periodic table and determine analyte concentration down to the subnanogram-per-liter or part-per-trillion (ppt) level...

    Yoko Kishi. A Benchtop Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometer

    • Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS) is a technique for trace elemental analysis and isotopic distribution determination at trace levels, but ICPMS cannot handle directly high concentrations of ions. Dimethylglyoxime will selectively precipitate palladium from acid solutions leaving most of the impurities in solution and allowing their quantitation by ICP-MS without dilution...

    David A. Kidwell. Trace Analysis of Elements in a Palladium Matrix

    • Inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) is a powerful tool for both quantitative multielement analyses of inorganic elements and measurement of isotope ratios (IRs). The main disadvantage of this technique is the existence of polyatomic isobaric interferences at some key masses. Zinc has been investigated for such potential interferences in serum or plasma...

    V. M. Sadagopa Ramanujamet al. Polyatomics in zinc isotope ratio analysis of plasma samples by induct...

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