Elementals in Soil Analysis | PerkinElmer

Elementals in Soil Analysis

Whether through industrial or waste disposal operations, the breaking down of soils, lead pipes, or acid rain, environmental analysis involves detecting arsenic, copper, chromium, nickel, silver, selenium, mercury and other elements in soil matrices, even at ultralow concentrations. It’s critical for environmental scientists to have reliable methods and instruments that can achieve results in compliance with established regulatory methods and detection limits.

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