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January 2011
Technology Forum
One of the most powerful and sensitive testing techniques, inductively couple plasma-mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) has found application in fields as varied as water testing, food safety, and petroleum analysis. This month, Spectroscopy's Wavelength Tech Forum looks at the use of ICP-MS for elemental speciation. Joining us for this discussion are Shona McSheehy, Thermo Fisher Scientific, and Dr. Laszlo Ernyei, Senior Chemist/Spectroscopist, SPEX CertiPrep.
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Question of the Month

What do you use ICP-MS for in your lab?

A) Water purity/testing

B) Food safety/testing

C) Petroleum testing

D) Other

Click Here to Vote

Last Month's Results
In what application area do you use FT-IR or NIR?
Food and beverage
Semiconductor analysis

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