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ICP Emission Spectrometry. A Practical Guide. Edition No. 2

  • ID: 5178908
  • Book
  • March 2021
  • 262 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd

A practical guide to ICP emission spectrometry, updated with information on the latest developments and applications 

The revised and updated third edition of ICP Emission Spectrometry contains all the essential information needed for successful ICP OES analyses. In addition, the third edition reflects the most recent developments and applications in the field. Filled with illustrative examples and written in a user-friendly style, the book contains material on the instrumentation instructions on how to develop effective methods. 

Throughout the text, the author - a noted expert on the topic - incorporates typical questions and problems and provides checklists and detailed instructions for implementation. The third edition includes 10 new chapters that cover recent progress in both the application and methodology of the technology. New information on plasma, the optics, and the detector of the spectrometer is also highlighted. This revised third edition: 

  • Contains fresh chapters on the newest developments  
  • Presents several new chapters on plasma as well as the optics and the detector of the spectrometer 
  • Offers a helpful troubleshooting guide as well as examples of practical applications 
  • Includes myriad illustrative examples  

Written for lab technicians, students, environmental chemists, water chemists, soil chemists, soil scientists, geochemists, and materials scientists, ICP Emission Spectrometry, Third Edition continues to offer the basics for successful ICP OES analyses and has been updated with the latest developments and applications. 

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OVERVIEW
Analytic features of the ICP OES
ICP OES - definitions
Distribution of the ICP emission spectrometers
Complimentary techniques for elemental analysis
MIP and LIPS
Symbols, abbreviations and acronyms used

PLASMA
The analytically used plasma
Argon
Added gases (e.g. Oxygen or Nitrogen)
Materials used for ICP torches
Orientation of the plasma (e.g. vertical vs. horizontal)
Excitation to emit electromagnetic radiation
High-frequency generator
Sample introduction system
Nebulizers

OPTICS AND DETECTOR OF THE SPECTROMETER
Principles of optics
Detector
Emission spectrometer mounts
Scanning Array Spectrometers
Simultaneous Array Spectrometers

METHOD DEVELOPMENT
Wavelength selection
Reference to NIST-Atlas
Processing and correction techniques
Non-spectral interferences
Optimization
Validation
Procedure to check linearity

ROUTINE ANALYSIS
Preliminary steps
Calibration
Quality control
Software and data management

TROUBLE SHOOTING

APPLICATIONS
General Notes
Notes on specific elements
Selected applications

INSTRUMENT PURCHASING AND LABORATORY PREPARATION
Which technique in atomic spectrometry is preferred?
Which ICP emission spectrometer is best for the application?
Preparation of the laboratory

LITERATURE
INDEX
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