An Atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS) is described as a spectroanalytical method used for the quantitative determination of chemical elements used within the absorption of light (optical radiation) by free atoms within the gaseous state. In the
This method is used in analytical chemistry for deciphering the concentration of an element within a sample to be evaluated. An Atomic absorption spectroscopy can be used to figure out more than seventy elements within solid samples. Many people are unaware that atomic absorption spectrometry was first used as an analytical method during the 19th century by two professors from the University of Heidelberg, Germany – Gustav Robert Kirchhoff and Robert Wilhelm Bunsen.
Today, we utilize the Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer. At Buck Scientific, we have a variety of systems ranging from the 205 Spectrophotometer to the 220AS. It is interesting to note that our system has a unique in-line Deuterium background correction that has more energy. Plus, it completely eliminates the need to have a double beam system.
To find out more information about our Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometers from Buck Scientific visit: www.bucksci.com or give them a call at: 800.562.5566.
Here are a few of our quality products:
PFP-7 Flame Photometer
The Flame photometer PFP-7s single channel flame photometer’s low temperature design is a cost-effective approach for regular determination of potassium and sodium. You can purchase filters for measuring calcium, barium and lithium.
PFP-7C Clinical Flame Photometer
The PFP7/C is a low temperature, single channel flame photometer that is specifically designed for use in clinical applications for the determination of sodium, potassium and lithium.
Buck 205 Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer
If you need a 3 lamp turret and background correction, Buck Scientific has bare bones AA.
Model 300 Sodium Analyzer
When you choose the Model 300 Sodium Analyzer, you experience efficiency. The Thermal…