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Are you a multi-user MC-ICP-MS lab? Have you found that you are occasionally limited in your research by the technology in your lab? Or have you suffered setbacks from instrument downtime?

 

The Thermo ScientificTM NeomaTM MC-ICP-MS system represents the next generation of MC-ICP-MS, delivering all the advantages of high-precision isotope ratio analysis, with none of the limitations. With market-leading sensitivity, a field-proven ICP source, a wide dispersion and the largest number of moveable detectors of any MC-ICP-MS, the Neoma MC-ICP-MS empowers you to push the limits of your science.

 

Why is Neoma MC-ICP-MS the ultimate instrument for multi-use laboratories


At the heart of the Neoma MC-ICP-MS is the enhanced variable multicollector detector array with 11 Faraday cup detectors. This ensures the flexibility to cover isotopic applications from Li through to U, allowing certain isotope systems (e.g. Mg-Si) to be measured within a single measurement line for the first time ever.

 

In addition, Neoma MC-ICP-MS offers the most flexible detector system yet offered by Thermo Fisher Scientific, with three different detector types spanning more than 9 orders of magnitude in signal intensity range (from 1 cps to 6 Gcps). Catering for any sample, no matter how big or small.

  

How can Neoma MC-ICP-MS improve the precision of your isotope analysis?


From the outset, Neoma MC-ICP-MS has been designed to maximize the precision of your isotope ratio analysis. The source is designed to adapt rapidly to changing sample matrices and provide unparalleled robustness, even for challenging samples. A low ion energy spread results in optimum ion focusing and transmission. In combination with the Thermo Scientific Jet InterfaceTM, the sensitivity of the Neoma MC-ICP-MS is 10 to 20 times higher than standard wet plasma.

 

Learn more about high-precision isotope measurements for Neodymium, Iron, hafnium and Zircon in these application briefs:

 Learn more about how Neoma MC-ICP-MS can speed and streamline your geosciences research.

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