Speciation Analysis


Analytical Standards for Single & Dual Speciation Analysis

Speciation analysis has become common in many testing fields, including in the environmental, food and pharmaceutical testing labs. To analyze species in a sample requires Certified Reference Materials (CRMs) for sample verification and method validation.
SPEX CertiPrep offers a wide variety of speciation standards, certified to the strictest ISO Guide 34 guidelines and tested on our own LC-ICP-MS.
Single and Multi-Element Speciation Standards include Arsenic (+3), Arsenic (+5), Chromium (+3), Chromium (+6), Selenium (+4), and Selenium (+6).
Please see our Guide to Speciation and Speciation Product Flyer for product details.


What is speciation analysis?
The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) defines speciation as ‘the distribution of an element amongst defined chemical species in a system’. Speciation analysis is the analytical process of identifying and/or measuring the amounts of one or more individual chemical species in a sample.
For additional product information, contact us at +1.732.549.7144 or CRMSales@spex.com.

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