EPA 200.8 Method for the analysis of trace elements in drinking and fresh waters – Application Note

Shimadzu has released an application note that describes the methodology and use of the ICPMS-2030 for the analysis of trace elements in drinking and fresh waters following the EPA 200.8 method.

For more information on the ICPMS-2030, click here.

Results show the ICPMS-2030 meets or exceeds all of the analytical requirements established in the method and, when equipped with an AS-10 autosampler and the Internal Standard Addition kit, is capable of handling large sample sets with ease and simplicity.

You can download the application note here.

 

Elemental Analysis – ICPMS-2030 Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometer

  • The first system in the industry to include functions for assisting with analytical method development and diagnostics.
  • Newly developed collision cell provides high sensitivity and low interference.
  • Unique system developed by Shimadzu results in the industry’s lowest running costs.

Two assistant functions simplify analysis

The Development Assistant simplifies the process of developing analytical methods. The Diagnosis Assistant automatically diagnoses spectral interference. Together, they provide analytical results with exceptionally high reliability.

Designed for high stability, high sensitivity and low interference

The optimized internal structure including the newly-developed collision cell enables analysis at an excellent sensitivity with the minimum spectral interference.

Unique system developed by Shimadzu results in the industry’s lowest running costs

In addition to lower running costs, the environmentally-friendly mini-torch plasma unit, developed by Shimadzu, minimizes the energy (electricity) consumed in producing and maintaining an argon plasma.
As of February 2016, based on data obtained by Shimadzu

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