Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy is a spectroanalytical method for determining the quantitative chemical components that utilizes the technique of absorbing light beams by free atoms in gaseous state. The base of atomic absorption is based on the absorption of light by free metal ions. In analytical chemistry, atomic absorption is used to determine the concentration of a specific component in the test sample. Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy can detect more than 70 different elements in solutions or solids.
In this method, by using the atomic absorption spectrum of the sample, the specific concentration of the analyte is determined. To determine the relationship between absorbed material and analyte concentration, standards for analyte concentration are required. To analyze and identify atomic components of the sample, samples must be decomposed to atoms.
Atomizers that are most commonly used today are electroshock and flame atomizers. After this step, the atoms must be dispersed by optical radiation. These optical radiation are then passed through a monochromator to be separated and ultimately measured by a detector.
One of the most important applications of atomic absorption spectroscopy in the pharmaceutical, water and wastewater industries, toxicology research, biophysics, catalytic processes, archeology, and many other sciences.
- Special design for dusty and corrosive gases
- Absolutely insulated optical system with coated quartz mirrors
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- Field correction capability with deuterium lamp with fast response time
- It is possible to analyze each sample from concentrations less than ppb to percentages
- Quick and easy to use
- All-automatic wavelength and light slide selection
- Simple lamp installation
- Ability to extend the analytical capabilities and upgrade the device
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