LIBS Info: Element Analysis

Title Authors Material Detector Spectrometer Software
Quantitative elemental determination in water and oil by laser induced breakdown spectroscopy Pascal Fichet, Patrick Mauchien, Jean-Fran├žois Wagne, Christophe Moulin Oil Princeton Instruments ICCD Max THR Monochromator Visual Basic
Laser: Nd:YAG
532.0000nm
60.0000mJ
1.000Hz
Gate Delay: 0.500us
Gate Width: 25.000us
The laser beam was directed at an angle to the liquid surface to reduce splashing, and the slower rep rate (1Hz) also improved reproducibility. Calibration curves were constructed by ratioing the peak to the background intensit
Element Detection Limit (ppm) Wavelength (nm) Other Wavelengths (nm) Calibration Method Calibration Range (ppm) Notes
Pb 135.0000 (Stated) 405.8700 N/A Univariate Calibration -10.0000--10.0000 Peak areas ratioed to background. Paper uses the less standard 2(sigma)/slope for the detection limit calculations. The values quoted have been recalculated to the more usual 3 (sigma)/slope.
Si 30.0000 (Stated) 288.1580 N/A Univariate Calibration -10.0000--10.0000 Peak areas ratioed to background. Paper uses the less standard 2(sigma)/slope for the detection limit calculations. The values quoted have been recalculated to the more usual 3 (sigma)/slope.
Ca 0.4500 (Stated) 393.3660 N/A Univariate Calibration -10.0000--10.0000 Peak areas ratioed to background. Paper uses the less standard 2(sigma)/slope for the detection limit calculations. The values quoted have been recalculated to the more usual 3 (sigma)/slope.
Na 1.0000 (Stated) 588.9950 N/A Univariate Calibration -10.0000--10.0000 Peak areas ratioed to background. Paper uses the less standard 2(sigma)/slope for the detection limit calculations. The values quoted have been recalculated to the more usual 3 (sigma)/slope.
Zn 195.0000 (Stated) 334.5020 N/A Univariate Calibration -10.0000--10.0000 Peak areas ratioed to background. Paper uses the less standard 2(sigma)/slope for the detection limit calculations. The values quoted have been recalculated to the more usual 3 (sigma)/slope.
Sn 120.0000 (Stated) 283.9990 N/A Univariate Calibration -10.0000--10.0000 Peak areas ratioed to background. Paper uses the less standard 2(sigma)/slope for the detection limit calculations. The values quoted have been recalculated to the more usual 3 (sigma)/slope.
Al 15.0000 (Stated) 396.1520 N/A Univariate Calibration -10.0000--10.0000 Peak areas ratioed to background. Paper uses the less standard 2(sigma)/slope for the detection limit calculations. The values quoted have been recalculated to the more usual 3 (sigma)/slope.
Cu 7.5000 (Stated) 324.7540 N/A Univariate Calibration -10.0000--10.0000 Peak areas ratioed to background. Paper uses the less standard 2(sigma)/slope for the detection limit calculations. The values quoted have been recalculated to the more usual 3 (sigma)/slope.
Ni 52.5000 (Stated) 341.4760 N/A Univariate Calibration -10.0000--10.0000 Peak areas ratioed to background. Paper uses the less standard 2(sigma)/slope for the detection limit calculations. The values quoted have been recalculated to the more usual 3 (sigma)/slope.
Fe 30.0000 (Stated) 371.9935 N/A Univariate Calibration -10.0000--10.0000 Peak areas ratioed to background. Paper uses the less standard 2(sigma)/slope for the detection limit calculations. The values quoted have been recalculated to the more usual 3 (sigma)/slope.
Mg 1.5000 (Stated) 285.2130 N/A Univariate Calibration -10.0000--10.0000 Peak areas ratioed to background. Paper uses the less standard 2(sigma)/slope for the detection limit calculations. The values quoted have been recalculated to the more usual 3 (sigma)/slope.
Cr 30.0000 (Stated) 425.4300 N/A Univariate Calibration -10.0000--10.0000 Peak areas ratioed to background. Paper uses the less standard 2(sigma)/slope for the detection limit calculations. The values quoted have been recalculated to the more usual 3 (sigma)/slope.


Element RMSE (ppm) Wavelength (nm) Calibration Method Notes