Thermo Scientific DELTA V isotope ratio mass spectrometers
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|Definition||The Thermo Scientific DELTA V is a series of isotope ratio mass spectrometers consisting of the DELTA V Advantage and the DELTA V Plus models. The instruments are designed to measure isotopic, elemental and molecular ratios of organic and inorganic compounds. The DELTA V series can be operated in Continuous Flow or Dual Inlet mode. The two models are built on the same platform and offer all standard applications, including H2 analysis under helium carrier gas load. The DELTA V series is controlled by an automated, integrated Isodat software suite. A magnet, whose pole faces determine the free flight space for the ions, eliminates the traditional flight tube. The magnet is designed for fast mass switching which is further supported by a fast jump control between consecutive measurements of multiple gases within one run. The sample gas is introduced at ground potential, eliminating the need for insulation of the flow path, ensuring 100 percent transfer into the ion source. The amplifiers register ion beams up to 50 V. Features of the DELTA V series include use with up to ten detectors, use with a wide range of sample preparation devices, a wide range of collector configurations and integrated signal amplifiers and digitizers. The DELTA V design also includes a weld-free monolithic analyzer with fixed alignment of all ion optical components, including the electro magnet. The DELTA V series has a sensitivity range of 1100-1500 molecules per ion (M/I) in Continuous Flow mode and 800-1200 M/I in Dual Inlet mode, depending on the model. The system stability is <10 ppm and the effective magnetic detection radius is 191 nm.|
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