Mass spectrometry sys offer high-precision isotope ratio analysis
The new Thermo Scientific Neoma Multicollector ICP-MS (MC-ICP-MS) system from Thermo Fisher Scientific features high-precision isotope ratio analysis for wide band of applications.
Sensitive, stable and easy to use inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) instrument suggested for usage in earth sciences, nuclear safeguards and biomedical research for carrying out high-precision isotope ratio analysis.
The modular new equipment features higher automation, integration, flexibility, new software and hardware technologies to quickly change between a broad range of isotopic systems to enhance productivity in multi-user facilities.
"High quality isotopic data enables scientists to better understand the processes that shape our environment and that control the distribution of mineral resources," said Fabrizio Moltoni, vice president and general manager, applied analytical technology, chromatography and mass spectrometry, Thermo Fisher Scientific. "These data also shed light on events in earth's history and our understanding of climate change, as well as underpinning nuclear safeguards and providing novel tools for metallomics and biomedical research. The Neoma Multicollector ICP-MS system builds on our experience with the market-leading Thermo Scientific Neptune Series MC-ICP-MS instrument and represents a major step forward in flexibility and ease-of-use, without compromising performance. The Neoma ICP-MS greatly increases accessibility to the wealth of information that isotope ratio data can provide, which will benefit geoscientists as well as researchers from numerous scientific disciplines."
The other highlights include highest sensitivity ICP interface, and the lowest noise detectors, and easy-to-learn Qtegra Intelligent Scientific Data Solution (ISDS) software.
For more information check at www.thermofisher.com/neoma.