Selecting your ICP-OES analyzer’s plasma interface: axial-view, radial-view, dual-view or new MultiView?

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Plasma torch

Inside view: diffracting light, the optical system separates the spectral lines emitted in the plasma

MultiView: The user simply shifts the direction of the plasma torch into a new axial or radial orientation, with a relatively simple changeover that takes about 90 seconds.

This new paper reviews the core concepts surrounding the optical interfaces that are available for ICP-OES spectrometers today and discusses the relative strengths and weaknesses of each approach.
The paper explains how each technique works and why understanding the plasma-viewing interface should be a major factor in the selection of the best technology and instrument for your laboratory or specific area of research.
The paper also introduces a unique new plasma observation approach called MultiView. MultiView technology was recently introduced by SPECTRO Analytical Instruments in its new SPECTRO ARCOS ICP-OES and offers users full axial sensitivity and full radial precision without any dual-view compromises.

Facts, background information, dossiers
  • inductively coupled plasma
  • ICP-OES
  • ICP-OES spectrometer
  • environmental analytics
  • matrix Interferences
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