Inductively coupled plasma dynamic reaction cell mass spectrometry

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Inductively coupled plasma dynamic reaction cell mass spectrometry (ICP-DRC-MS) is a multi-element analytical technique capable of trace level elemental analysis. This ICP-DRC-MS method is used to measure the entire panel of the 3 elements, or any subgroup of these. Liquid samples are introduced into the ICP through a nebulizer and spray chamber carried by a flowing argon stream. By coupling radio-frequency power into flowing argon, plasma is created and the sample passes through a region of the plasma, the thermal energy atomizes the sample and then ionizes the atoms. The ions, along with the argon, enter the mass spectrometer through an interface that separates the ICP from the mass spectrometer. The ions pass through a focusing region, the dynamic reaction cell (DRC), the quadrupole mass filter, and finally are counted in rapid sequence at the detector allowing individual isotopes of an element to be determined. The isotopes measured by this method include zinc (m/z 64), copper (m/z 65), and selenium (m/z 78) and the internal standard gallium (m/z 71). Serum samples are diluted 1+1+28 with water and diluent containing gallium (Ga) for multi-internal standardization.


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