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HORIBA Scientific develops and manufactures high performance ICP-OES spectrometers for more than 35 years. The new Ultima Expert is a unique combination of ultimate performance with comprehensive assistance tools designed to simplify method development. Ultima Expert integrates ...
  • Focal Length: 1000 mm
  • Grating: 2400 lines/mm
  • Optical Resolution: 5 pm
  • Resolution (detailed): <5 pm for 160-320 nm and <10 pm for 320-800 nm 
Data Sheet
Ultima Expert
HORIBA Scientific
HORIBA Scientific develops and manufactures high performance ICP-OES spectrometers for more than 35 years. The new Ultima Expert is a unique combination of ultimate performance with comprehensive assistance tools designed to simplify method development. Ultima Expert integrates ...
  • Focal Length: 1000 mm
  • Grating: 2400 lines/mm
  • Optical Resolution: 5 pm
  • Optional Dual Grating: 4320 l/mm and 2400 l/mm used in 1st order, optical resolution <6 pm for 120-450 nm and <11 pm for 450-800 nm 
Data Sheet

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Atomic Emission Spectroscopy (AES) can be described as a spectroanalytical procedure that detects the quantity of elements in a sample by utilizing the intensity of light at a constant wavelength emitted from a sample that consists of free atoms – e.g. flame, plasma, arc, spark, etc. The method of sample preparation distinguishes two main techniques of AES: Flame AES and Inductively Coupled Plasma AES. Despite its relative complexity over traditional absorption spectroscopy, AES offers a significant advantage over the former with its ability to analyse multiple chemical elements simultaneously, having lower thresholds of detection and not suffering of interferences thanks to narrow spectral lines of atomic emission.