Atomic Absorption / Emission

Atomic spectroscopy provides quantitative elemental analysis of atomized samples. Atomic absorption (AA) spectrometers analyze the absorption spectra, whereas in atomic emission spectroscopy (AES) the emission spectra of a sample is analyzed after excitation by a flame, discharge or plasma source. Features of spectrometers to consider include speed, resolution, and dynamic range. Learn about the latest products, user reviews, applications, news, videos and webinars.

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