Varian 820-MS inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometer
|Within Vocab||SeaVoX Device Catalogue|
|Alternative Labels||Varian 820-MS ICPMS|
|Definition||A compact, floor-mounted inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometer (ICP-MS) featuring 90 deg reflecting ion optics systems for gigahertz sensitivity (1000 Mc/s/mg/L) and low background and interferences. The instrument comprises a sample introduction system (spraychamber, nebuliser and peristaltic pump), solid state 27 MHz RF generator and Turner Interlaced Coils. Plasma positioning, the triple stage vacuum system (which is fully contained within the instrument), all plasma gas flows, the mass analyzer and the Discrete Dynode Electron Multiplier (DDEM) detector are fully controlled by a PC. The DDEM detector provides nine decades of dynamic range in an all-digital pulse design. The Varian 820-MS system also features a unique Collision Reaction Interface (CRI) providing fast, flexible, interference-free analysis using simple collision and reaction gases. The instrument was originally manufactured by Varian, Inc., which was bought by Agilent Technologies in 2010.|
|Has Current Version||1|
||inductively-coupled plasma mass spectrometers||Mapping: 191423|
||Agilent Technologies UK Limited - Life Sciences & Chemical Analysis Group||Mapping: 1448682|
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