Perkin Elmer Optima 4300DV ICP-OES

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Perkin Elmer Optima 4300DV ICP-OES, optical emission spectrometer


Perkin Elmer Optima 4300 DV inductive coupled plasma optical emission spectrometer. (Picture taken by Saku Mattila.)

Name and Model (Year of Manufacture / Installation)

Perkin Elmer Optima 4300 DV (2002/2002)

General Information

Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP) Optical Emission Spectrometer (OES). The instrument is used for simultaneous multi-element detection from liquid samples.

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Key Specifications

RF Generator: 40 MHz Load Coil

RF Power: Up to 1500 W

Wavelength range: 163-782 nm

Diffraction grating: Echelle, 79 lines/nm blazing angle 63,4°

Resolution: 0,006 nm (at 200 nm)

Polychromator: The high energy echelle-based Optima polychromator which utilizes two CCD detectors covering the spectral range from 163 to 782 nm.

Horizontal torch with Dual View mode (Axial/Radial).

The instrument can determine the following chemical elements: all elements from Li to U (excluding N, O, F, He, Ne, Ar, Kr, Xe & Rn)

Key Features
  • Various sample introduction systems with the capability to analyze aqueous and organic samples, and FIAS equipment for the analysis of hydride forming elements.
  • Thermostatted optical system eliminates peak profiling and searching, ensuring exceptional long-term stability.
  • It can measure over 73 elements in seconds.
Location, Contact Person

Department of Chemistry, YE 403 / Ari Väisänen , Siiri Perämäki