Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP) Chemical Analysis
Here at MVMTC, we are capable of using inductively coupled plasma (ICP) spectroscopy to test a variety of different materials for their elemental constituents. ICP spectroscopy is a form of wet chemical analysis used to identify both trace amounts and major concentrations of elements within a test sample. This method requires solids be dissolved or digested into a liquid phase, which are then vaporized to quantify the elements present in the sample. ICP analysis is particularly helpful when testing samples that are too small for other solid-state chemistry testing methods.