Scientific instruments isotopici

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CDRS Picarro laser spectroscopy for Isotope Analyzers

PICARRO Isotopes analysers to define origin of the analysed gases

The Picarro isotopes analysers are able to accurately measure and quantify stable isotopic ratios The isotopic analysis has various fields of application including geology, environmental supervision, determination of analysed components’ origin, and so on.
The isotopic pattern of a component or of a complex substance is like a “finger print”. It is peculiar and unique, therefore easily detectable by analysers able to “read” ii. A classic example is the measure of C13/C12 ratio to provide the evidence of the origin of the carbon dioxide (CO2) or to provide the evidence of the origin of water through the analysis of hydrogen and oxygen isotope ratios.

The isotopic analysers Picarro that Encotech provides are:

Analysers of water isotopes (H2O) for solids, liquids and vapours
.L2140-i analyser to determinate, in High Precision Mode, the 3 water’s isotopes.
.L2130-i the most popular analyser to determinate the H and O isotopy.

Analysers to determinate the carbon (C) isotopic ratio
.G2201-i to determinate the carbon (C) isotopic ratio in methane (CH4) and in carbon dioxide (CO2)
.G2131-i to determinate the carbon (C) isotopic ratio in carbon dioxide (CO2)
.G2132-i to determinate the carbon (C) isotopic ratio in methane (CH4)

Analysers to determinate the carbon (C) isotopic ratio in association with the combustion module
.13 CM-CRDS SISTEM: the smallest, cheap and completely integrate system for the 13C BSIA (Bulk stable isotope analysis)

Analysers to determinate the isotopic ratio and air nitrous oxide concentration (N2O)
.G5102-i per la determinazione delle origini dell’N2O e la sua concentrazione

PICARRO Isotopes analysers to define origin of the analysed gases