Agilent Technologies introduced a new addition to its lineup of inductively coupled plasma-optical emission spectrometers. The Agilent 5110 ICP-OES will enable scientists to perform faster, more precise ICP-OES analysis than ever before in food, environmental and pharmaceutical testing as well as for mining and industrial applications.
The new spectrometers build on the company’s breakthrough 5100 ICP-OES, which captures axial and radial views of plasma in a single measurement, enabling laboratories to use half as much argon in the process, saving both time and money. The new system is also a dual-view system.
Unlike ICP-OES systems from other vendors, the 5110 enables laboratories to increase throughput without compromising on precision.
The 5110 includes three advances:
- A fully integrated “Advanced Valve System” with unique hardware and software technologies that enable ultra-high throughput with excellent precision and ease of use,
- IntelliQuant measurement for rapid sample screening and simple method development and
- New diagnostic capabilities that maximize instrument uptime and simplify troubleshooting.