ICP-MS Based Metal Content Analysis Service

    ICP-MS (inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry) is a high-sensitivity analytical technique used to measure the concentration of metal and non-metal elements in liquid samples. It induces coupled plasma in a high-frequency electromagnetic field, and the sample is ionized. A mass spectrometer is used to quantify the mass of the elemental ions to determine the concentration of each element in the sample. ICP-MS is characterized by high accuracy and precision, simple sample preparation and injection, rapid scanning, and short operational cycle, making it exceptionally suited for metal analysis with very low detection limits.


    Metal ions may also present in biological products, derived from various production procudures, including raw materials, processing additives, or equipment wear. Hence, analyzing metal content is critical for quality assessment and control of bioproducts. MtoZ Biolabs employs high-resolution ICP-MS to deliver precise metal content analysis across diverse biological samples, ensuring accurate mental quantification. Welcome to contact to learn more about our service!


    Experimental Equipments





    Case Study

    A sample to detect is introducd into the plasma. The plasma with high temperature causes elemental ionization with each element forming a monovalent cation. This monovalent cation is selected and analyzed by MS, which screens ions based on mass-to-charge ratios (m/z), determining elemental concentrations through measuring ion intensity.



    Figure 1. ICP-MS Results Display



    Table 1. Metal Element Content Table for the Sample



    1. Experimental Procedures

    2. Relevant Mass Spectrometry Parameters

    3. Detailed ICP-MS Analysis

    4. Mass Spectrometry Images

    5. Raw Data

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