The Perkin-Elmer AAnalyst 200 system is used for determining the concentration of some elements. This spectrometer consists of a high efficiency burner system with a high sensitivity nebulizer and an atomic absorbtion spectrometer. The burner system provides the thermal energy necessary to dissociate the chemical compounds, providing free analyte atoms so that atomic absorption occurs. The spectrometer measures the amount of radiation absorbed at a specific wavelenght using a hollow cathode lamp as the primary light source, a monochromator and a detector. For each element whose concentration is to be determined, a lamp having the cathode made of the same element is used. A deuterium arc lamp corrects for background absorbance caused by non-atomic species in the atom cloud.
Atomic Absorption Spectrometer PERKIN-ELMER AANALYST 200
- Precision: ~ 1 mg /l
- Power: 100-230 V (±10%), 50/60 Hz (±1%), 300 VA (maximum)
- Environmental: Dust-free, free of vibrations, ambient temperatures: +15 ˚C to +35 ˚C with a change rate of a maximum 3°C per hour. Relative humidity: 20% to 80% non-condensing.
Services: Determination of the concentration of elements in materials such as metallic and non-metallic alloys, soils, fertilizers, inorganic natural waters, food, etc.