Atomic Absorption (AAS)

 
     
 

Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy (AAS):

Atomic absorption spectroscopy is quantitative analyzing system, in the technique basically samples is atomized by heating in two methods: flame and furnace. The generated free gaseous atoms are usually in the ground state and will be excited by directing a light with a definite wavelength though the free atoms. The light source in the method is known as a hollow cathode lamp and emits a light with selective wavelength which absorbed by a particular element. Concentration of the specific element has a linear relation with this absorbance. Both Flame and furnace technique are widely used in different fields although the flame method is relatively more simple and low cost.

 

Atomic Absorption system with flame and/or furnace and also equipped with wide range of accessories like VGA is available in our stock and ready for immediate delivery. Also there is a huge list of spare parts and different hollow cathode lamps to support our customers. Please contact us for further information.

 

 
   

 

 

 

 
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