Subject: What happpens to the combusted Argon gas from an ICP spectrometer?
Date: Fri Mar 27 15:53:33 1998
Posted by Michael Huie
Grade level: teacher/prof
School: Logan High School
City: Logan State/Province: UT
Area of science: Chemistry
An inductively coupled plasma spectrometer uses a RF generator to
produce positive argon ions which then "burn" to produce temperatures
of 10,000K. What is the chemical reaction of this process and what
becomes of the products of this reaction?
Re: What happpens to the combusted Argon gas from an ICP spectrometer?
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