SPECTRO GENESIS is why flame AAS users are moving up to ICP-OES. Today, the astonishingly low cost of the SPECTRO GENESIS ICP-OES spectrometer begs the question: why continue using a one-dimensional flame AAS spectrometer when you can have the much more versatile ICP-OES instrument for a similar price? The informational resources on these pages will offer you many factors to consider before purchasing your next spectrometer.
This new paper outlines the strengths and weaknesses of conventional flame AAS and ICP-OES technologies in terms of operational costs, ease of use, analytical throughput, and other practical considerations to help users choose the analyzer that’s best for their analytical requirements.
The analyzer's innovative Optimized Rowland Circle Alignment (ORCA) optical technology utilizing few mirrors, separates light emitted in the plasma to provide a direct, high-luminance light path that minimizes light loss. This enables SPECTRO GENESIS to deliver constant resolution over a wide spectral range and enables full simultaneous measurement of the relevant spectrum and elements.
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