Several features of most conventional ICP-OES spectrometers can cause considerable trouble and expense. The difficulties can often be traced to inherent weaknesses in the instruments’ design. In older instruments, these may contribute to clearly substandard results. Even in newer spectrometers, if they’re based on traditional technology, problems may persist. A new White Paper outlines how new spectrometer technologies demonstrate improvements across four broad categories — uptime, productivity, sensitivity/stability, and cost of ownership.
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