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Current, traditional laboratory techniques used to analyze chemical samples are atomic absorption and inductively coupled argon plasma optical emissions spectroscopy (ICP-OES). The former uses combustible gases and has limited range capability while the latter uses argon gas and typically requires a chiller for cooling. Both techniques are not conducive to remote mobile, local, or remote laboratory testing labs.
Radom Corporation developed the solution for instrumentation for labs with Microwave Inductively Coupled Atmospheric Plasma. This innovated nitrogen-based plasma atomic spectroscopy instrument replaces the traditional argon generated plasma technology.