Current Tests

AIT’s measurement technologies, D-IDMS and D-SIDMS, can analyze virtually any analyte in any industry. With D-IDMS, there are more than 65 elements we can measure. With D-SIDMS, we can theoretically measure any species of molecule containing at least one polyisotopic element. That said, each analyte requires a unique sampling and sample preparation protocol. An analyte in a solid matrix, such as soil, may require extraction and/or decomposition, whereas an analyte in solution may require dilution and/or chromatography.

Below is a list of elemental species which currently have an optimized preparation and measurement protocols using D-SIDMS. This list is constantly growing based on which new compounds we are measuring for new projects.

If your analyte appears on the list below, we can help your project immediately. If your analyte (organic, inorganic, protein, volatile, etc.) does not appear not on this list, contact us and we can collaboratively optimize a method for your specific project.

  1. Inorganics: Heavy metals, Elements, Elemental Species
    • Chromium (Cr) – both species are measured simultaneously
      • Hexavalent Chromium – [Cr(VI)]
      • Trivalent Chromium – [Cr(III)]
      • Mass balance confirmation (except for soil samples)
    • Mercury (Hg) – two or three species are measured simultaneously
      • Methylmercury (MeHg)
      • Inorganic Mercury (Hg2+)
      • Ethylmercury (EtHg)
      • Phenylmercury (PhHg)
      • Mass balance confirmation (except for soil samples)
    • Selenium (Se) – both species are measured individually or simultaneously
      • Tetravalent Selenium [Se(IV)]
      • Hexavalent Selenium [Se(VI)]
    • Iron (Fe) – both species are measured individually or simultaneously
      • Divalent Iron [Fe(II)]
      • Trivalent Iron [Fe(III)]
    • Lead (Pb) – both species are measured individually
      • Dimethyl Lead (DMPb)
      • Trimethyl Lead (TMPb)
    • Antimony (Sb) – both species are measured simultaneously
      • Divalent Antimony [Sb(II)]
      • Pentavalent Antimony [Sb(V)]
      • Monomethyl Antimony (MSb)
      • Dimethyl Antimony (DMSb)
      • Trimethyl Antimony (TMSb)
    • Arsenic (As) – all species are measured simultaneously
      • Arsenite [As(III)]
      • Monomethylarsonic acid (MMA)
      • Arsenite [As(V)]
      • Dimethylarsinic Acid (DMA)
      • Arsonobetaine (AsB)
      • Tetramethylarsonium (TMA)
      • Arsenocholine (AsC)
      • Trimethylarsine Oxide (TMAO)
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  3. Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) – Volatile, Semi-Volatile and Non-Volatile Organic Compounds
    • Group 1: Fossil fuel and auto-exhaust related – Impacts neurological development, immune system, central nervous system, respiratory system
      • Benzene
      • Toluene
      • o-Xylene
    • Group 2: Potentially hazardous solvents – Impacts central nervous system
      • Pentane
      • Hexane
      • Perchlorethylene
    • Group 3: Arochlors (PCBs) – Impacts neurological development
      • PCB-28
      • PCB-52
      • PCB-101
      • PCB-138
      • PCB-153
    • Group 4: Pesticides – Impacts neurological development, immune system
      • Chlorpyrifos
      • Pendimethalin
      • Metolachlor
      • Acetochlor
    • Group 5: Phthalate (plasticizer) – Endocrine disruptor, impacts respiratory system
      • DEHP
    • Group 6: Flame retardants (PBDE) – Endocrine disruptor, impacts respiratory system
      • PBDE-47
      • PBDE-99
    • Any other POP-Analyte or groups of Analytes: Please call AIT customer support.
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  5. Protein Biomarkers – Each test is a D-ID enabled, true accuracy measurement
    • Immune System Assessment: Glutathione (GSH) Assay –
      • Oxidized GSH Dimer (GSSG)
      • Reduced Glutathione (rGSH)
      • Total Glutathione (tGSH)
    • Immune Pathway and Disease Specific Screening: Metallothionein Assay
      • Metallothionein-1 (MT-1)
      • Metallothionein-2 (MT-2)

We at AIT are very proud of our 100% success rate for precisely measuring every analyte our partners have requested. Whether you have a compound that is straightforward or “impossible to measure”, please contact us to discuss your project and learn how we can help.