"Inductively Coupled Plasma-Optical Emission spectroscopy" (ICP-OES) often also called ICP-AES (Inductively Coupled Plasma-Atomic Emission spectroscopy) is an atomic spectrometric detection technique used for the quantitative determination of elemental concentrations. The technique is using the Inductively coupled plasma (ICP) as an atomizer and excitation source, that due to its very high temperature in the range of 7000-8000K efficiently desolvates, vaporizes, excites, and atomizes samples introduced as gases, vapors or aerosols. 

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European Symposium on Atomic Spectrometry (ESAS 2008) | EVISA's Agenda of Events
Instrument database: AHF analysentechnik AG - DST-1000 PFA Acid Distillation System
Instrument database: PerkinElmer Inc. - Optima 8000 bench-top, dual-view ICP-OES
Instrument database: Varian Inc. - AA240FS
Component database: Glass Expansion - IsoMist XR - programmable temperature controlled cyclonic spray chamber
Component database: AHF analysentechnik AG - Nebulizers for ICP-OES and ICP-MS
Company database: Thermo Scientific
Instrument database: GBC Scientific Equipment Ltd. - Avanta Ultra Z
Instrument database: Elemental Scientific Inc. (ESI) - PC3 Peltier Cooled Spraychamber
Instrument database: Shimadzu Europe - ICPE-9000
Instrument database: Elemental Scientific Inc. (ESI) - PC3-SSI Peltier cooled Spraychamber
Third Asia-Pacific Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry | EVISA's Agenda of Events
Instrument database: Varian Inc. (Part A) - SPS3 Autosampler
Instrument database: Agilent Technologies Inc. - 730 Series ICP-OES
New method for the determination of hexavalent chromium in anti-corrosion coatings | EVISA's News
Component database: Varian Inc. - Double Pass Glass spraychamber
Instrument database: Perkin-Elmer Corp. - Optima 3100
Component database: Glass Expansion - LC Interface for Speciation Measurements
PittCon 2010 Review II: SPECTRO announce a new era in ICP Mass Spec | EVISA's News
All about Analytical Sciences - Resources related to Analytical Sciences | EVISA's News