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Elemental Analysis Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2015 - 2023

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Elemental analysis is a process of detection and quantification of elemental compounds, molecular species
and elements. This analysis technique is a part of analytical chemistry and can be qualitative and
quantitative in nature. Sample types tested for trace elements comprises of aqueous, non-aqueous,
organic and non-organic materials. For organic chemists, elemental analysis refers to CHNX analysis, which
is used to determine the purity and structure of a compound. In this technique, a sample is burnt in excess
of oxygen and thereby collecting combustion products like carbon dioxide, nitric acid and water. The
masses of these products are used to determine composition of the sample. Ultra trace analysis and
elemental trace analysis detection range from parts per million (ppm), to parts per billion (ppb) and parts
per trillion (ppt) levels, using updated techniques and instruments. Some of the major technologies used
for elemental analysis include inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry, inductively coupled plasma
optical emission spectrometry, X-ray Fluorescence and X-ray Diffraction among others.

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Some of the key driving factors for elemental analysis market are increasing concern for food safety,
increasing usage of X-ray fluorescence in clinical research and growing R&D funding in life sciences.
Moreover, this technology has a...


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