Inductively coupled plasma emission spectrometer (ICP) is an instrument that analyzes the element to be measured based on the characteristic spectrum emitted when the atom of the element under test in the excited state returns to the ground state, which is mainly used for the qualitative and quantitative analysis of inorganic elements.
The specific applications of inductively coupled plasma emission spectrometer are as follows:
1. Analysis of element content of refractory alloys;
2. Elemental trace analysis of high-purity non-ferrous metals and alloys;
3. Analysis of trace elements for research and production of metallic materials, power materials, and precious metals;
4. Detection of hazardous substance element content in electronic, communication materials and packaging materials;
5. Detection of armful substances and chemical components in medical devices and their packaging materials.
II. Environment and safety
1. Component analysis and hazardous substance analysis of food containers and packaging materials;
2. Food hygiene heavy metal content test and food inspection analysis;
3. Detection of harmful heavy metals and anions in water (sewage, drinking water, mineral water, etc.);
4. Detection of harmful heavy metals (antimony, arsenic, barium, chromium, cadmium, lead, mercury, etc.) in toys, children's products and their packaging materials;
5. Analysis of heavy metals and trace elements in fertilizers such as arsenic, mercury, lead, cadmium, chromium, manganese, iron, etc.;
6. Detection of harmful ingredients such as arsenic, mercury, lead, etc. in cosmetics, detergents and their packaging materials.
III. Medicine and food
1. Analysis of harmful heavy metals, trace elements, effective ingredients, etc. in Chinese and Western medicines and their packaging materials;
2. Analysis of heavy metals, trace elements and organic components in biological tissues;
3. Analysis of harmful ingredients and nutrients in health products and biological products;
4. Analysis of harmful substances, heavy metals, trace elements and other nutrients in food and its packaging materials.
IV. Geology, minerals, agriculture, universities
1. Detection of element content in geology and soil; used for research institutes of geology and soil and environmental monitoring stations;
2. Qualitative and quantitative analysis of minerals;
3. Material element content detection, geological soil element detection, environmental sample detection and analysis for agricultural research institutes or universities.
V. Any high-purity substance detection
1. Trace element analysis of high-purity caustic soda and its raw materials in chlor-alkali chemical industry;
2. Analysis of high-purity pharmaceutical intermediates.