Location: Residue Chemistry and Predictive Microbiology ResearchTitle: Review of Miniaturized and Portable Optical Emission Spectrometry Based on Microplasma for Elemental Analysis
|ZHANG, YARU - Chinese Academy Of Agricultural Sciences|
|LIU, JIXIN - Chinese Academy Of Agricultural Sciences|
|MAO, XUEFEI - Chinese Academy Of Agricultural Sciences|
|TIAN, DI - Chinese Academy Of Agricultural Sciences|
Submitted to: Trends in Analytical Chemistry
Publication Type: Review Article
Publication Acceptance Date: 9/22/2021
Publication Date: 10/18/2021
Citation: Zhang, Y., Liu, J., Mao, X., Chen, G., Tian, D. 2021. Review of Miniaturized and Portable Optical Emission Spectrometry Based on Microplasma for Elemental Analysis. Trends in Analytical Chemistry. 116437. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trac.2021.116437.
Technical Abstract: With aggravation of environment pollution, elemental monitoring of environmental and food samples has attracted extensive attention. Microplasma-based optical emission spectrometry (OES) demonstrates great potential in the elemental field analysis due to its small size, low power consumption, and low cost. In this review, advances of portable/miniaturized OES systems using microplasma as excitation sources are reviewed, with emphasis on four aspects: microplasma excitation sources, sample introduction methods, hyphenated techniques, and their applications for real samples. Limitations and potential development trends are also discussed for portable microplasma-based OES, which will earn its place in field instrumentation development.