Make the switch from Flame AAS to the Next Generation MP-AES Technology – Achieve safer, more cost effective elemental analysis for a wider range of applications
This event will take place on February 11, 2014 at 11:00 am EST/ 4:00 PM GMT/ 5:00 PM CET.

For more than half a century, the elemental analysis of geological and food & agriculture samples has relied on time-proven flame AA technology. Reliable and robust, easy to use, and cost effective – these are the reasons that flame AA has remained a technology of choice in these application areas. In recent years, the expansion in use of the microwave plasma-atomic emission spectrometer (MP-AES) as a replacement for flame AA has highlighted the evolving needs of the modern laboratory, with an even greater emphasis on cost-effective elemental analysis and the ability to measure lower levels of the target elements with less sample preparation and improved safety. In this presentation, we show the advancements in capacity and capabilities now available from the next generation of MP-AES technology, using the 4200 MP-AES to measure geological and food reference materials.


Kristen Moore

Multimedia Producer


Shane Elliott

Marketing Manager
Agilent Technologies

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What instrument are you currently using for your routine elemental analysis?*a. Flame AAS
b. ICP-OES (Duo, axial or radial)
c. Energy dispersive XRF
d. Ion chromatography
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d. Higher performance compared to FAAS
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