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 Ultrasonic Nebulizers

References to U5000AT+ and U6000AT+ Ultrasonic Nebulizers

Y. Takagai, M. Furukawa, Y. Kameo, and K. Suzuki. "Sequential Inductively Coupled Plasma Quadrupole Mass-Spectrometric Quantification of Radioactive Strontium-90 Incorporating Cascade Separation Steps for Radioactive Contamination Rapid Survey," Anal. Methods6, pp. 355-362, 2014.

M. R. Gomez, S. Cerutti, L.L. Sombra, M.F. Silva, L.D. Martinez, "Determination of Heavy Metals for the Quality Control in Argentinian Herbal Medicines by ETAAS and ICP-OES," Food Chem. Toxicol., 45, pp. 1060-1064, 2007.

S.S. Wise, A.L. Holmes, M.E. Ketterer, W.J. Hartsock, E. Fomchenko, S. Katsifis, W.D. Thompson, J.P. Wise Sr., "Chromium is the Proximate Clasogenic Species for Lead Chromate-Induced Clastogenicity in Human Bronchial Cells,: Mutuation Research, 560, pp. 79-89, 2004.

A Rapid and Accurate Method for the Determination of Plutonium in Food Using Magnetic Sector ICP-MS with an Ultra-Sonic Nebulizer and Ion Chromatography. P. Evans, S. Elahi, K. Lee, B. Fairman, J. Environ. Monitor.,5, pp 175-179, 2003.

Determination of Scandium in River Water by ICP-OES with Flow-Injection On-Line Preconcentration Knotted Reactor and Ultrasonic Nebulization. S.Cerutti, J.A. Salonia, J.A. Gasquez, R.A. Olsina, L.D. Martinez, J. Anal. At. Spectrom., 18, pp 1198-1201, 2003.

Joachim Noelte, ICP Emission Spectroscopy, Wiley-VCH, New York, 2003.

Influence of Digestion Procedures on the Determination of Rare Earth Elements in Peat and Plant Samples by USN-ICP-MS. M. Krachler, C. Mohl, H. Emons, W. Shotyk, J. Anal. At. Spectrom., 17, pp 844-851, 2002.

P. Jeker, U. Krahenbuhl, "Sulfur Profiles of the Twentieth Century in Peat Bogs of the Swiss Midlands Measured by IPC-OES and IC," Chimia, 55, pp. 1029-1032, 2001.

Speciation Preconcentration of Vanadium(v) and Vanadium(iv) in Water Samples by Flow Injection-Inductively Coupled Plasma Optical Emission Spectrometry and Ultrasonic Nebulization. R.G. Wuilloud, J.C. Wuilloud, R. A. Olsina, L.D. Martinez, Analyst126, pp 715-719, 2001.

Speciation Analysis of Antimony by High-Performance Liquid Chromatography Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry Using Ultrasonic Nebulization. M. Krachler, H. Emons, Analytica Chimica Acta429, pp 125-133, 2001.

Flow Injection Sorbent Extraction Preconcentraion for ICP Spectrometery with Ultrasonic Nebulization and Membrane Desolvation. R. Ma, C.W. McLeod & K.C. Thompson, Royal Society of Chemistry Special Publication (Ed. S. Tanner and G. Holland), Developments in Plasma Source Mass Specrometry, 192, 1997.

Determination of Plutonium in Sea Water using Co-precipitation and ICP Mass Spectromentry with Ultrasonic Nebulization. A.E. Eroglu, C.W. McLeod, K. Leonard & D. McCubbin, Spectrochim Acta, 53B, pp 1221-1233, 1998.

Determination of Technetium in Sea Water using Ion Exchange and ICP Mass Spectrometry with Ultrasonic Nebulization. A.E. Eroglu, C.W. McLeod, K. Leonard & D. McCubbin, JAAS13, pp 875-878, 1998.

​Direct Determination of Lanthanides in Environmental Samples Using Ultrasonic Nebulization and ICP-OES, Fabrina R.S. Bentlin, Dirce Pozebon, J. Braz. Chem. Soc.,  21,  p. 627, 2010.

 Laser Ablation

References to Laser Ablation Systems​

The Distibution of Lead Within Ancient and Modern Human Teeth: Implications for Long-Term and Historical Exposure Monitoring. P. Budd, J. Montgomery, A.G. Cox, P. Krause, B. Barreiro, R.G. THomas, The Science of The Total Environment, 220, pp 121-136, 1998.

Rapid Surface Analysis of Metals and Alloys by Laser Ablation ICP Mass Spectrometry, Y. Kishi, A.G. Cox, P. Krause & C.W. McLeod, Progress in Analytical Chemistry in the Steel and Metal Industries (Ed. R. Tomellini), EC 1999.​

Characterization of Inclusions in Clean Steels via Laser Ablation and ICP Spectrometry: Influence of Laser Parameters on Signal Response. C. Dubuisson, A.G. Cox, P. Krause, C.W. McLeod, P.D. Rugg, H. Falk, Proc. 50th Chemists' Conference, pp 87-91, 1999.

The Determination of Low Trace Elements in Coals by Laser Ablation-Inductively Couple Plasma- Mass Spectrometry. C.A. Booth, D.A. Spears, P. Krause, A.G. Cox, Fuel78, pp 1665-1670, 1999.

​LA-ICP-MS Evidence for the Distribution of LEad and Strontium in Romano-British Medieval and Modern Human Teeth: Implications of Life History and Exposure Reconstruction. J. Montgomery, P. Budd, A.G. Cox, P. Krause, R.G. Thomas, Metals in Antiquity (Ed. S.M. Young) BAR International Series, 792, pp 290-296, 1999.


​References to HGX-200 Hydride Generation and Cold Vapor System​

Trace analysis of arsenic in drinking water by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry: high resolution versus hydride generation. B. Klaue, & J.D. Blum, Analytical Chem., 71, pp 1408-1414, 1999.

Mercury isotope fractionation in epithermal ore deposits, C.N. Smith, B. Klaue, S.E. Kesler & J.D. Blum, Geology, 2005.

Mercury abundances and isotopic composition in the Murchison (CM) and Allende (CV) carbonaceous chondrites. D.S. Lauretta, B. Klaue, J.D. Blum, & P.R. Buseck, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta65, pp 2807-2818, 2001.

Sources and Exposure of the New Hampshire Population to Arsenic in Public and Private Drinking Water Supplies. S.C. Peters, J.D. Blum, M. Karagas, C.P. Chamberlain, & D.J. Sjostrom, Chemical Geology, 2005.

Impacts of zooplankton composition and algal enrichment and on the accumulation of mercury in an experimental freshwater food web. P.C. Pickhardt, C.L. Folt, C.Y. Chen, B. Klaue, & J.D. Blum, Science of the Total Environment, Jan/Feb Issue, .

The source and transport of arsenic in a bedrock aquifer, New Hampshire, USA. S.C. Peters, & J.D. Blum, Applied Geochemistry18, pp 1773-1787, 2003.

Algal blooms reduce the uptake of toxic methylmercury in freshwater food webs. P.C. Pickhardt, C.L. Folt, C.Y. Chen, B. Klaue, & J.D. Blum, PNAS Biological Sciences: Ecology99, pp 4419-4423, 2002.

Urinary arsenic species in relation to drinking water and toenail arsenic concentrations and genetic polymorphisms in GSTM1 in New Hampshire. M.R. Karagas, H.A. Nelson, K.T. Kelsey, S. Morris, J.D. Blum, T.D. Tosteson, M. Carey, & X.C. Le. Progress in Nucleic Acid Research17, pp 251-261, 2002.

Markers of low level arsenic exposure for evaluating human cancer risks in a US population. M.R. Karagas, X.C. Le, S. Morris, J.D. Blum, X. Lu, V. Spate, M. Carey, V. Stannard, B. Klaue, & T.D. Tosteson. Inter. J. Occupational Medicine and Env. Exposure, 14, pp 171-175, 2001.

Accumulation of heavy metals in food web components across a gradient of lakes. C.Y Chen, R.S. Stemberger, B. Klaue, J.D. Blum, P. Pickhardt, & C.L. Folt. Limnology and Oceanography45, pp 1525-1536, 2000.

Measurement of low levels of arsenic exposure: a comparison of water and toenail concentrations. M.R. Karagas, T.D. Tosteson, J.S. Morris, J.E. Weiss, V. Stannard, V. Spate, B. Klaue, & J.D. Blum, American Journal of Epidemiology, 152, pp 84-90, 2000.


References to CEI-100 Capillary Electrophoresis Interface​

​Determination of Element Species at Trace Levels Using Capillary Electrophoresis-Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry, A. Prange, D. Schaumloffel, J. Anal. At. Spectrom., 14, pp 1329-1332, 1999.

A New Interface for Combining Capillary Electrophoresis with Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry. A. Prange, D. Schaumloffel, Fesenius J. Anal. Chem.364, pp 452-456, 1999.

Species Analysis of Metallothionein Isoforms in Human Brain Cytosols by use of Capillary Electrophoresis Hyphenated to Inductively Coupled Plasma-Sector Field Mass Spectrometry. A. Prange, D. Schaumloffel, P. Bratter, A.N. Richarz, C. Wolf, Fresnius J. Anal. Chem.371, pp 764-774, 2001.

Characterization and Quantification of Metallothionein Isoforms by Capillary Electrophoresis -Inductively Coupled Plasma-Isotope-Dilution Mass Spectrometry. D. Schaumloffel, A. Prange, G. Marx, K.G. Heumann, P. Bratter, Anal. Bioanal. Chem.372, pp 155-163, 2002.

Analysis for Metal Complexes with Metallothionein in Rat Liver by Capillary Zone Electrophoresis Using ICP Double-Focusing Sector-Field Isotope Dilution MS and Electrospray MS Detection. K.P. Pawlak, D. Schaumloffel, J. Szpunar, A. Prange, R. Lobinski, J. Anal. At. Spectrom.17, pp 908-912, 2002.


​References to ASX‑520 Autosampler​​​​​​

Automated high-throughput protein purification using an ÄKTApurifier and a CETAC autosampler, D. Yoo, J. Provchy, C. Park, C. Schulz, K. Walker, J. Chromatography A1344, pp 23–30, 2014.


​References to APS‑1650 Automated Preparation Station​

Analysis of Wear Metals and Additive Package Elements in New and Used Oil Using the Optima 8300 ICP-OES with Flat Plate Plasma Technology, D. Hilligoss, Spectroscopy Application Notebook, Feb 01, 2012.

 Analyte Excite

​References To Analyte Excite Excimer Laser Ablation System​​​

High-resolution LA-ICP-MS trace element mapping of igneous minerals: In search of magma histories, Teresa Ubide, Cora A. McKenna, David M. Chew, Balz S., Chemical Geology409, pp 157–168, 2015.

 Aridus I

​References to Aridus I Desolvating Nebulizer System​

Cadmium, lead, and thallium in mainstream tobacco smoke particulate, R.S. Pappas, G.M. Polzin, L. Zhang, C.H. Watson, D.C. Paschal, D.L. Ashley, Food Chem. Toxicol., 44, pp 714–723, 2006.

Simple changes improve sample throughput for determination of low concentration uranium isotope ratios in small volumes of urine, R. S. Pappas and D. C. Paschal, J. Anal. At. Specrom.21, pp 360–361, 2006.

Reduction of UH+ Formation for 236U/238U Isotope Ratio Measurements at Ultratrace Level in Double Focusing Sector Field ICP-MS using D2O as Solvent, M.V. Zoriy, L. Halicz, M.E. Ketterer, C. Pickhardt, P. Ostapczuk, J.S. Becker, J. Anal. At. Specrom.19, pp 362-367, 2004.

Quantitative Analysis of Silicates Using LA-ICP-MS with Liquid Calibration. H. Halicz, D. Gunther, J. Anal. At. Spectrom.19, pp 1538-1545, 2004.

Rapid Analysis for Plutonium-239 in 1mL of Urine by Magnetic Sector Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry with a Desolvating Introduction System. R.S. Pappas, B.G. Ting, D.C. Paschal, J. Anal. At. Spectrom.19, pp 762-766, 2004.

Isotpic Composition of Silicon Measured by MultiCollector Plasma Source Mass Spectrometry in Dry Plasma Mode, D. Cardinal, L.Y. Alleman, J. Jong, K. Zeigler, L. Andre, J. Anal. At. Spectrom.18, pp 213-218, 2003.

A Practical Approach to Determination of Low Concentration Uranium Isotope Ratios in Small Volumes of Urine. R.S. Pappas, B.G. Ting, D.C. Paschal, J. Anal. At. Spectrom.18, pp 1289-1292, 2003.

Isotopic Analysis of Uranium and Plutonium Using ICP-MS and Estimation of Burn-up of Spent Uranium in Contaminated Environmental Samples, S.F. Boulyga, J.S. Becker, J. Anal. At. Spectrom.17, pp 1143-1147, 2002.

A Simple Method for Obtaining Highly Accurate Pb Isotope Data by MC-ICP-MS, Jon Woodhead, J. Anal. At. Spectrom.17, pp 1381-1385, 2002.

Optimization and Application of ICP-MS and Alpha-Spectrometery for Determination of Isotopic Ratios of Depleted Uranium and Plutonium in Samples Collected in Kosovo, S.F. Boulyga, C. Testa, D. Desideri, J. Sabine, J. Anal.At. Spectrom.16, pp 1283-1289, 2001.

Thorium Isotopic Measurements on Silicate Rock Samples with a Multi-Collector Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometer, S. Nakai, S. Fukuda, S. Nakada, Analyst126, pp 1707-1710, 2001.​

High Efficiency Sample Preparation with Dimethylformamide for Multi-element Determination in Pharmaceutical Materials by ICP-AES, Q. Tu, T. Wang, V., Antonucci, J. Pharm. Biomed. Anal.52, pp 311-315, 2010.