Perkin-Elmer Optima 5300DV ICP-AES

    Equipment/facility: Equipment

    • Location

      307 Hosler University Park, PA 16802

      United States

    Description

    The Perkin Elmer Optima 5300 ICP-AES is the backbone of all chemical analyses performed in the LIME laboratory. The ICP-AES is used to analyze elemental sample composition for a wide range of sample types. This instrument has high throughput and a robust sample introduction system, and a wide range of concentrations. It is the preferred technique for refractory elements such as Al, So, W, and Zr. Elements routinely analyzed using the ICP-AES include aluminum, antimony, barium, boron, cadmium. calcium, cesium, copper, iron,lithium, magnesium., manganese, phosphorus, potassium, silicon, sodium, tin, titanium, terbium, and zirconium. The laboratory has the capability to perform analysis for the following elements, which are requested less frequently: arsenic, bismuth, chromium, cobalt, gadolinium, gold, lanthanum, molybdenum, silver,

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    Terbium
    Antimony
    Lanthanum
    Cesium
    Bismuth
    Boron
    Molybdenum
    Tin
    Gadolinium
    Arsenic
    Chromium
    Silicon
    Barium
    Manganese
    Cobalt
    Titanium
    Aluminum
    Cadmium
    Lithium
    Silver