Inductively Coupled Plasma Optical-Emission Spectrometry (ICP-OES) is an elemental analysis echnique that derives its analytical data from the emission spectra of elements excited within a high-temperature plasma. The purpose of the ICP-OES optical system is to separate element-specific wavelengths of light, emitted from the excited sample and to focus the resolved light onto the detector as efficiently as possible. The spectrometer is comprised of two sections, the fore-optics and the polychromator. When the light exits the polychromator it is focused on to the detector.
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