Sulfur is detected as SO2 in two non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) cells after carbon and sulphur in the sample are oxidised to carbon dioxide (CO2) and sulphur dioxide (SO2), respectively.
The oxygen carrier then sweeps the sample through a heated dust filter, a drying agent, and two NDIR cells where sulphur is detected as SO2.
Carbon analyzers, also known as carbon combustion analyzers, are crucial tools used in a variety of scientific settings, including environmental and pharmaceutical ones. They estimate the amount of carbon in a substance whose composition is unknown.
The sample is weighed and then fed into the analyser to determine its carbon content. Based on the idea that SO2 molecules absorb UV light, excite at one wavelength, and then decay to a lower energy state, emit UV light at another wavelength, the sulphur analyzer works.
The Global Carbon & Sulfur Analyzer Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
The G4 ICARUSTM Series 2 Combustion Analyzer for High-Sensitivity Carbon and Sulfur Analysis is released by Bruker. Today, Bruker announced the availability of the new G4 ICARUSTM Series 2, a flexible, highly sensitive combustion analyzer for determining the concentrations of carbon and sulphur in inorganic materials.
Today, Bruker announced the release of the G4 ICARUSTM Series 2, a flexible, highly sensitive combustion analyzer for determining the concentrations of carbon and sulphur in inorganic samples.
The G4 ICARUS Series 2 adds to Bruker’s lineup of small, highly effective, and low-maintenance combustion analyzers by combining an innovative, very sensitive detection system with an exclusive, field-proven furnace.
For the purpose of detecting sulphur, the G4 ICARUS Series 2 is outfitted with HighSenseTM LED-powered detectors that use NDUV absorption photometry.
With no spectral or thermal interference, HighSenseTM offers a linear dynamic range of five orders of magnitude and a signal-to-noise ratio ten times better than that of conventional IR absorption detectors.
The G4 ICARUS Series 2 is a superior tool for demanding applications in academic and industrial laboratories thanks to its innovative detection method, which beats traditional combustion analyzers in analytical precision and accuracy.
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