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Optical Emission Spectroscopy (OES) for metal analysis

In the Optical Emission Spectroscopy technique, atoms in a sample are excited by energy that comes from a spark formed between sample and electrode.

The energy of the spark causes the electrons in the sample to emit light which is converted into a spectral pattern. By measuring the intensity of the peaks in this spectrum, Oxford Instruments’ OES analysers can produce qualitative and quantitative metal analysis of the material composition with uncompromising accuracy.

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Oxford Instruments’ OES instruments offer:

  • High accuracy analysis of elements down to ppm level
  • Truly portable (PMI Master Smart), can be taken to where the samples are
  • Ultimate performance on light alloys and trace elements
  • Titanium alloys (Al), Cu alloys (light elements), Aluminium alloys (grading, traces, light elements)
  • Precise analyse for elements like C, P, S and even Nitrogen (for Duplex steels)
  • OES is the only method capable to separate L- from H-grades

Oxford Instruments' product range includes:

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