Next-generation spectrometer

Agilent Technologies Inc. introduced its next-generation microwave plasma atomic emission spectrometer (MP-AES) to the mining industry at Mining Indaba, Feb. 3-6 2014, in Cape Town/South Africa. Mining Indaba is the world’s third-largest mining conference, dedicated to the capitalization and development of mining interests in Africa. Agilent presented also its full portfolio of solutions for the mining industry, including MP-AES, inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometer, micro gas chromatograph, portable Fourier transform infrared spectrometer, inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometer, atomic absorption, inductively coupled plasma triple quad mass spectrometer and other micro GC and portable FTIR technologies.

Throughout the meeting, Agilent scientists and product specialists demonstrated how the company’s atomic spectroscopy products address a wide variety of mining needs, including remote, field-based analysis of samples, and laboratory solutions for geochemistry, metals and mining analysis.

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