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Multiwave 3000 Extended Applications due to Modular Configurations
Everything the same, but better Ceramics Slags, Oxides & Ores Coal, Crude oil, Tar & Plastics Minerals, soil, sludge & sediment (total) Dissolution of metals, alloys & Platinum-GM-materials Food, Plants, Pharmaceuticals, Blood, Urine, Tissue & Serum Extraction of Soil, Sediments, Sludge and Waste with Acids/Solvents
Configurations for all Applications Rotor 16 Environmental & Food Applications Clinical Analysis Solvent Extraction Standard Material Testing US-EPA Rotor 8 Sediments, Ores and Slugs Food with high fat Oil industry Ceramics and Oxides Chemical Industry
Evolution Continues General: All tested and optimized MULTIWAVE applications can be transferred with minor changes. E.g. Milk Powder 800mg MULTIWAVE * Multiwave 3000 * PowerTimePowerFanPowerRampHoldFan 0W1min1000W W15min1000W1Cooling starts automatically! *Rotor 16 MF100 with p/T sensor 0W15min0WFan3 * Rotor 6 MF100 Even buying a new system one can choose from a big pool of tested applications.
Evolution Continues General: Difficult samples turn out better! More vessels (33%), but: 1.Multiwave 3000 has 40% more power 2.X-vessels volume (+100% XF100 / +60% XQ80) Methods from other systems can be transferred easily because the Multiwave 3000 surpass each limit of other instruments. A system with sensors will reduce the efforts for development of new methods to a minimum.
Complete Sample Library Only methods for set rotors and sensors visible Methods available for power and temperature controlled systems Last four applications in a quick start menu. Update via Internet or disk possible. Features:
Kinds of Applications For methods running with a p/T sensor Better comparable results Needed for US-EPA standard procedures Solvent extractions mainly temperature controlled Temperature profile Power profile For the use of systems without sensors or p/T sensor. Available for several samples with exactly defined procedures Customer specific applications on request against a little fee. Applications available for
Digestion of Milk Powder Method development 1.Digestion of the sample with all sensors in power-mode for 4, 8 and 16 vessels 2.Found method profile should always be W below the power profile of the measured digestion 3.Expand digestion time to compensate lower energy input for comparable results. Power profile Rotor 16 MF100 4 PowerRampHoldFan Rotor 16 MF100 8 PowerRampHoldFan Rotor 16 MF PowerRampHoldFan ,5351
Finding New Power Profiles Rotor 16 MF100 4 PowerRampHoldFan
Total Digestion of Soil Task: A big private analytical lab used 3 MULTIWAVE with Rotor 12LF100 to run 3 digestion runs each day 7days a week. Sample throughput: 12 vessels – 2 blanks – 2 references = 4 samples (n=2) 4 samples x 3 runs = 12 Samples/Day/MULTIWAVE 115min – 70min = 45min; 3 runs =135min ( 2 runs more) 3 runs x 57min = 135min Sample throughput: 16 vessels – 2 blanks – 2 references = 6 samples (n=2) 6 samples x 5 runs = 30 Samples/Day/Multiwave 3000
Boron in Steel samples “…aim of the work has been the development of a validated method according to the EURACHEM/CITAC guide to “Quantifying Uncertainty in Analytical Measurement” It has been shown, that the contribution from the sample preparation step to the uncertainty of the combined analytical method is much smaller than the influence coming from instability of the ICP-OES-instrument!” Sample: 200mg EURONORM CRM – Boron in steel Reagents: 3 ml HCl (subboiling, 65%) 1 ml HNO 3 (suprapur, 40%; Merck) 0.5 ml HF (suprapur, 30%; Merck) 0.5 ml H 3 PO 4 (suprapur, 85%, Merck) Rotor 16 MF PowerRampHoldFan Institute of Analytical Chemistry, Micro- and Radiochemistry, Graz University of Technology, 2001.
Minor & Trace Elements in Food 1 Measurement: Perkin Elmer: ICP-OES Optima 3000 ETAAS AAnalyst 800 Sample: NIST SRM 1515 (Apple leaves), NIST SRM 1567(Wheat flour) BCR 150(Spiked milk powder), BCR 191(Brown bread) Reagents A: 2 ml HNO 3 (subboiling, 65%)2 ml H 2 O 2 (suprapur, 30%; Merck) 0.5 ml HCl (suprapur, 30%; Merck)5.5 ml H 2 O (ultra pure) Reagents B: ml HNO 3 (subboiling, 65%)0.5 ml HCl (suprapur, 30%; Merck) Rotor 16 HF100 T-16 TempRampHoldFan Institute of Analytical Chemistry, Micro- and Radiochemistry, Graz University of Technology, 2001.
Minor & Trace Elements in Food 2 Apple LeavesWheat Flour Results: Institute of Analytical Chemistry, Micro- and Radiochemistry, Graz University of Technology, (n=5)
Minor & Trace Elements in Food 3 Spiked Skim Milk Brown Bred Results: Institute of Analytical Chemistry, Micro- and Radiochemistry, Graz University of Technology, (n=5)
As & Se Traces in biol. Samples 1 Measurement: Perkin Elmer: ICP-MS ELAN 6100 DRC ETAAS AAnalyst 800 Sample: 200mg BCR 397 (Hair)2mL Clin-Rep®-Whole Blood Control 5mL Clin-Rep®-Urine Control Reagents A: 1 ml HNO 3 (subboiling, 65%)2 ml H 2 O 2 (suprapur, 30%; Merck) 0.5 ml HCl (suprapur, 30%; Merck)2ml H 2 O (ultra pure) Rotor 16 HF PowerRampHoldFan Institute of Analytical Chemistry, Micro- and Radiochemistry, Graz University of Technology, 2001.
Traces of As & Se in biol. Samples BCR 397 Hair Results: Institute of Analytical Chemistry, Micro- and Radiochemistry, Graz University of Technology, (n=5) Whole Blood Urine (n=5)
You saw…...everything the same, but better! Multiwave 3000
Leaching of Soil SRM 500 mg Soil GBW ,2 mL HNO 3 + 3,6 mL HCl 700 W 6 min W Fan W 15 min W Fan 0 0 W 15 min. 0 W Fan 3 Reaction conditions: 194 o C / 20 bar Result: light-brown, turbid solution
Aqua Regia Leaching of Compost 500 mg Compost (dried) 1,2 mL HNO 3 + 3,6 mL HCl (double sample wt. possible!) Reaction conditions: 21 min. decomp min. cool 163 o C / 20 bar