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Measuring Sulfur Content Quickly & Reliably
Warwick Analytical Service (WAS) is able to offer a routine service for precise determination of sulphur from ppm to % levels using Inductively Coupled Plasma - Optical Emission Spectrometry (ICP-OES) with good precision and accuracy. The Sulfur method is covered by the company's ISO 17025 and UKAS accreditation.
Measuring Sulfur by ICP-OES measures the total sulfur, both organic and inorganic. Due to the sensitivity of the technique a broad range of sample weights can be used making the method applicable to a wide cross section of samples. The sample is digested, typically using microwave digestion. The sample solution is then passed though a nebuliser and aspirated into the plasma. The sulfur content is then measured using emission lines around 182 nm.
Traditionally Sulfur is measured by a variety of methods many of which are time consuming and suffer from interferences. However using ICP-OES can provide a rapid analysis with simple sample preparation. Offering multiple analyte analysis with excellent speed, sensitivity and large linear dynamic range.
For further details of measurement of Sulfur using ICP-OES please contact Warwick Analytical Service on tel. +44-2476-323223 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Warwick Analytical Service, the laboratory services division of Exeter Analytical (UK) Ltd., is an ISO 17025, UKAS and GMP accredited company dedicated to providing analytical excellence at a realistic cost. Through experienced staff, the latest analytical instrumentation and working closely with clients - Warwick Analytical Service has established a strong reputation for informed personal service and delivering top quality data on time.