Types of plasma sources, Chemistry

Types of plasma sources:

The three types of plasma sources and the sources for their power are as given below.

Plasma Source

Source of power

 

The inductively coupled plasma (ICP)

 

Radiofrequency

 

The direct current plasma (DCP)

 

Direct current

 

The microwave induced plasma (MIP)

 

Microwaves

In a frit nebulizer the sample solution is pumped to a glass frit membrane, consisting of a porous coral such as synthetic material. The argon gas passes through the membrane and converts the sample into an aerosol spray. This is then directed into the plasma.

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