ZEEnit 650 P (graphite AAS with Zeeman technique)
Analytik Jena Analytical Instrumentation
Compact spectrometer with transversely heated graphite furnace and Zeeman background correction From atomizer to autosampler - the latest technologies in perfect metal trace analysis have been impl...read more
Compact spectrometer with transversely heated graphite furnace and Zeeman background correction
From atomizer to autosampler - the latest technologies in perfect metal trace analysis have been implemented on a graphite furnace AAS instrument that sets new standards.
The ZEEnit ® is a compact spectrometer with a new-generation of magnetic field technology. The instrument provides a wealth of unique benefits:
• Aspheric optics of high light transmission for maximum high baseline stability
• Compact system with maximum integration of all components and minimum foot print
• Temperature stabilized transversely heated graphite furnace for problem-free trace analysis according to the principles of the STPF concept
• Sensorless true temperature control and unique emission independent temperature recalibration
• Variable power magnetic field with different correction modes
• Unique 3 field mode for extension of the linear operating range with Zeeman GF-AAS Unique system allowing introduction of liquid and solid samples
• Directly combination of graphite furnace and hydride technique (HydrEA technique) for a higher efficiency of hydride analysis with clearly improved proof borders
• WinAAS ® software with a convincing concept for simple operation and optimization options for routine work inclusive extencive ones quality asscurance
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