- Speed & Sample Throughput
- The Prodigy acquires the full DC Arc spectrum in a single burn. This means twice the sample
throughput of instruments which require two burns to cover the full wavelength range.
- Save Time and Money
- Since Prodigy requires only one burn it uses half the number of electrodes and takes half as much
of your operators time when compared to other instruments.
- Full Wavelength Coverage
- The Prodigy's Advanced Echelle Spectrometer and Large Format Programmable Array Detector
(L-PAD) provide full wavelength coverage from 175 to 900 nm. Now you can analyze sulfur at
180 nm by DC Arc.
- Superior Results
- The most appropriate internal standard wavelength is always available, which results in internal
standard corrections that are truly time-correlated and more accurate than ever before.
- Space Saving Bench Top Design
- The Prodigy's benchtop design saves you
valuable laboratory space while providing
resolution that is superior to that of any
- Responsive Support
- Look to Leeman's atomic spectroscopy experts
to help you get the answers you need when
you need them.
Fast, easy, quantitative, elemental analyses of difficult samples are hallmarks of the
DC Arc approach. No other technique can challenge the ease-of-use, productivity
and superior detection limits that DC Arc provides analyzing solid samples that are
difficult or impossible to digest such as:
- - High Purity Metals: Copper, Nickel, Cobalt, Tungsten
- - Precious Metals: Gold, Silver, Platinum
- - Ceramics: Metal Oxides, Carbides, Borides and Nitrides
- - Nuclear Materials: Uranium Oxide, Plutonium Oxide
- - High Purity Graphite
- - Geological Materials
When it comes to copper analysis, DC Arc continues to be
the preferred technique for the routine analysis of trace
elements in a high purity copper matrix.