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Your Guide to Triple Quadrupole ICP-MS Method Development

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Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) is a key technique for the analysis of trace elements in a wide variety of sample types, owing to its outstanding speed and detection sensitivity.

By using the appropriate configuration for the sample introduction system, even challenging environmental samples can be analyzed. But biased or false positive results due to unresolved spectral interferences remain a cause of concern. 

This guide explores the recent improvements in interference removal using triple quadrupole ICP-MS and the best solutions to analyze a full suite of elements in any sample matrix.

Download this guide to learn more about:

  • How plasma conditions and sample matrix influence analysis
  • Spectral interferences and how to overcome them
  • Triple quadrupole ICP-MS method development for specific periodic elements
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