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Atomic Absorption Spectrometer

Atomic Absorption Spectrometer
The atomic absorption (AA) spectrometers are intended for measuring the content of chemical elements(primarily, metals) in liquid samples (various types of water, beverages, biological liquids), as well as in other species after their mineralization (soil, bottom sediments and sewage sludge, foodstuffs, fodder and raw stuff for its production, biological tissues, and petrochemicals).

The MGA-915MD spectrometer employs a state-of-the-art version of the atomic absorption spectrometry with electrothermal atomization (GFAAS) and Zeeman high-frequency modulated light polarization (ZAASHFM) correction for the nonselective absorption, which excludes the effect of interfering impurities.

BENEFITS OF THE GFAAS – ZAAS HFM TECHNIQUE
As compared to the other analytical methods, the GFAAS – ZAAS HFM technique provides the optimum ratio of the cost and labor content of measuring concentrations of various elements at the ppb (μg/l) level.

Features:

- Low detection limits
- Capability of direct analysis of complex-matrix samples
- Low scale effect
- HF Electrodeless discharge lamps
- Full computer control of the spectrometer