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Environmental Arsenal Gets Stronger

Posted August 29, 2014 12:00 AM by Engineering360 eNewsletter

From powerful mass spectrometers to mobile devices, tools available for environmental monitoring are becoming ever more efficient, notes this cover story. Inductively-coupled (IC) mass spectrometry, such as the new NexION 350, is increasingly being used for measuring metals in samples, providing up to 100,000 data points/sec. Agilent's new 7900 ICP-MS (see video) extends the range of environmental applications by letting staff switch easily from trace element analysis for demineralized water to high total dissolved solid digests. Read on for more innovations, including field devices from Ocean Optics for monitoring air, water, and soil in real-time.


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