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  1. Multiwave 3000 Extended Applicationsdue toModular Configurations

  2. Everything the same, but better Ceramics Slags, Oxides & Ores Coal, Crude oil, Tar & Plastics Minerals, soil, sludge & sediment (total) Dissolution of metals, alloys & Platinum-GM-materials Food, Plants, Pharmaceuticals, Blood, Urine, Tissue & Serum Extraction of Soil, Sediments, Sludge and Waste with Acids/Solvents Multiwave 3000 - expanded possibilities

  3. Rotor 16 Environmental & Food Applications Clinical Analysis Solvent Extraction Standard Material Testing US-EPA Rotor 8 Sediments, Ores and Slugs Food with high fat Oil industry Ceramics and Oxides Chemical Industry Configurations for all Applications

  4. Evolution Continues • General: All tested and optimized MULTIWAVE applications can be transferred with minor changes. E.g. Milk Powder 800mg Even buying a new system one can choose from a big pool of tested applications.

  5. Evolution Continues • General: Difficult samples turn out better! More vessels (33%), but: • Multiwave 3000 has 40% more power • X-vessels volume (+100% XF100 / +60% XQ80) Methods from other systems can be transferred easily because the Multiwave 3000 surpass each limit of other instruments. A system with sensors will reduce the efforts for development of new methods to a minimum.

  6. Complete Sample Library • Features: • Only methods for set rotors and sensors visible • Methods available for power and temperature controlled systems • Last four applications in a quick start menu. • Update via Internet or disk possible.

  7. Kinds of Applications Applications available for • For methods running with a p/T sensor • Better comparable results • Needed for US-EPA standard procedures • Solvent extractions mainly temperature controlled • Power profile • Temperature profile • For the use of systems without sensors or p/T sensor. • Available for several samples with exactly defined procedures • Customer specific applications on request against a little fee.

  8. Digestion of Milk Powder • Power profile • Method development • Digestion of the sample with all sensors in power-mode for 4, 8 and 16 vessels • Found method profile should always be 100-150W below the power profile of the measured digestion • Expand digestion time to compensate lower energy input for comparable results.

  9. Finding New Power Profiles

  10. Pressure Increase Control 2g Milk Powder Rotor16 MF100 1 Vessel, 1000W Milkpowder 1170 mg Cut-Off 41sec

  11. Pressure Increase Control

  12.   Total Digestion of Soil • Power profile • Reagents • 5ml HNO3, 1mL HCl • 1ml HNO3, 2mL HF • 12ml Boric Acid 2x 115min 70min

  13. Total Digestion of Soil Task: A big private analytical lab used 3 MULTIWAVE with Rotor 12LF100 to run 3 digestion runs each day 7days a week. Sample throughput: 12 vessels – 2 blanks – 2 references = 4 samples (n=2) 4 samples x 3 runs = 12 Samples/Day/MULTIWAVE 115min – 70min = 45min; 3 runs =135min ( 2 runs more) 3 runs x 57min = 135min Sample throughput: 16 vessels – 2 blanks – 2 references = 6 samples (n=2) 6 samples x 5 runs = 30 Samples/Day/Multiwave 3000

  14. Boron in Steel samples Sample: 200mg EURONORM CRM 287-1 – Boron in steel Reagents: 3 ml HCl (subboiling, 65%) 1 ml HNO3 (suprapur, 40%; Merck) 0.5 ml HF (suprapur, 30%; Merck) 0.5 ml H3PO4 (suprapur, 85%, Merck) • “…aim of the work has been the development of a validated method according to the EURACHEM/CITAC guide to “Quantifying Uncertainty in Analytical Measurement” It has been shown , that the contribution from the sample preparation step to the uncertainty of the combined analytical method is much smallerthan the influence coming from instability of the ICP-OES-instrument!” Institute of Analytical Chemistry, Micro- and Radiochemistry, Graz University of Technology, 2001.

  15. Minor & Trace Elements in Food 1 Sample: NIST SRM 1515 (Apple leaves), NIST SRM 1567 (Wheat flour) BCR 150 (Spiked milk powder), BCR 191 (Brown bread) Reagents A: 2 ml HNO3 (subboiling, 65%) 2 ml H2O2 (suprapur, 30%; Merck) 0.5 ml HCl (suprapur, 30%; Merck) 5.5 ml H2O (ultra pure) Reagents B: 3 - 5 ml HNO3 (subboiling, 65%) 0.5 ml HCl (suprapur, 30%; Merck) • Measurement: Perkin Elmer: ICP-OES Optima 3000 ETAAS AAnalyst 800 Institute of Analytical Chemistry, Micro- and Radiochemistry, Graz University of Technology, 2001.

  16. Minor & Trace Elements in Food 2 Results: Apple Leaves Wheat Flour (n=5) Institute of Analytical Chemistry, Micro- and Radiochemistry, Graz University of Technology, 2001.

  17. Minor & Trace Elements in Food 3 Results: Spiked Skim Milk Brown Bred (n=5) Institute of Analytical Chemistry, Micro- and Radiochemistry, Graz University of Technology, 2001.

  18. As & Se Traces in biol. Samples 1 Sample: 200mgBCR 397 (Hair) 2mL Clin-Rep®-Whole Blood Control 5mL Clin-Rep®-Urine Control Reagents A: 1 ml HNO3 (subboiling, 65%) 2 ml H2O2 (suprapur, 30%; Merck) 0.5 ml HCl (suprapur, 30%; Merck) 2ml H2O (ultra pure) • Measurement: Perkin Elmer: ICP-MS ELAN 6100 DRC ETAAS AAnalyst 800 Institute of Analytical Chemistry, Micro- and Radiochemistry, Graz University of Technology, 2001.

  19. Traces of As & Se in biol. Samples Results: BCR 397 Hair (n=5)  Whole Blood (n=5)  Urine (n=5) Institute of Analytical Chemistry, Micro- and Radiochemistry, Graz University of Technology, 2001.

  20. You saw…. ..everything thesame, but better! Multiwave 3000

  21. Leaching of Soil SRM 500 mg Soil GBW 7404 1,2 mL HNO3 + 3,6 mL HCl 700 W 6 min. 1000 W Fan 0 1000 W 15 min. 1000 W Fan 0 0 W 15 min. 0 W Fan 3 Reaction conditions: 194 oC / 20 bar Result: light-brown, turbid solution

  22. Aqua Regia Leaching of Compost 500 mg Compost (dried) 1,2 mL HNO3 + 3,6 mL HCl (double sample wt. possible!) Reaction conditions: 21 min. decomp. + 15 min. cool 163oC / 20 bar