Aqueous liquid sample carrier for PPB-level trace element analysis
With the patented
Rigaku UltraCarry, you can use your Rigaku NEX CG
quantify trace elements in aqueous liquids down to parts-per-billion
(ppb) concentration levels. Routine elemental analysis of contaminated
water or industrial wastewater can now be performed without an Atomic
Absorption (AA) or Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP) spectrometer. UltraCarry based
trace element analysis is suitable for use by non-technical personnel.
- Analyze a wide range of elements (11Na to 92U)
- PPB-level elemental detection limits for aqueous samples
- Simple three-step process: pipette, dry and measure
- Easy-to-use EZ Analysis NEX CG user interface
EDXRF trace element analysis only from Rigaku: US
UltraCarry is a novel disposable (single-use) sample retainer for
X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analysis that is used to preconcentrate a
liquid sample into an uniform sample carrier that is optimized for the suppression
of background noise. This approach dramatically improves the
signal-to-noise ratio, resulting in almost three orders of magnitude
improvement in the Lower Limit of Detection (LLD or LOD) and Limit of
Quantification (LOQ) for heavy elements.
The UltraCarry sample retainer comprises a ring-shaped support fitted
with a X-ray transmissive hydrophobic film and central liquid absorbent
element pad. For routine analysis using UltraCarry, a recommended vacuum
dryer apparatus—Rigaku UltraDry—is available as an XRF accessory.
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