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Thermo Scientific iCAP Q ICPMS - Fergus Keenan
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http://www.thermoscientific.com/icpms  

Speaker: Fergus Keenan

Fergus Keenan explains how the Thermo Scientific iCAP Q brings speciation analysis to a new level of sensitivity and convenience with the new Thermo Scientific iCAP™ Q ICP/MS. This high performance elemental detector for metal and non-metal species combined with the completely metal -free flow pathway non-contaminating Dionex ICS- 5000 is perfectly suited for elemental speciation studies at trace levels. Ideal for speciation analysis of arsenic compounds, chromium in drinking water or leather, iodide and iodate in salt or sea water, organic tin compounds in environmental samples and selenium species in nutraceuticals or biological samples.

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