Atomic Absorption Spectrometers, 3 ways to use

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Atomic absorption spectroscopy (or AA spectroscopy) is a technique used in analytical chemistry protocols. Using an atomic absorption spectrometer, you can determine the concentration of many different elements in a sample. The spectrometer identifies the amount of metal in liquids and measures the quality of metal in a sample as well.

Atomic absorption spectrometer

Many industrial and research laboratories consider AA spectroscopy crucial to their processes. Spectrometers with low detection limits and rapid testing methods are ideal for:

  1. Environmental testing
  2. Toxicology
  3. Quality control

The atomic absorption spectrometer market features standard and advanced models. Advanced microprocessor models may include expanded firmware capabilities, built-in deuterium, and self-reversal background correction (which compensates for organics present in sample matrix).

Look for a combination of stable beam optical system and a higher sensitivity to enable fast, accurate analysis. Increased burner sensitivity makes an instrument ideal for testing far-UV elements, such as arsenic and selenium.


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