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contrAA - The Better Way to Do Atomic Absorption Spectrometry

publication date: Jan 21, 2015
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author/source: Analytik Jena

Since its introduction into the market, High-Resolution Continuum Source (HR-CS) AAS has revolutionized the world of spectroscopy.

Analytik JenacontrAA® instruments provide this technology for Flame, Graphite Furnace and Hydride analysis, including solid AA®. With the latest technical and software upgrades HR-CS AAS becomes even more powerful. Now also simultaneous evaluation of multiple element wavelengths is possible. As the Xenon lamp as continuous radiation source allows to use any wavelength, non-metals and "classical" AAS elements can be analyzed together in the same run. A CCD detector displays the absorption spectrum of samples. AAS users can really see what they measure not only a numeric absorbance value! Moreover spectrum display and comprehensive correction functions allow users to correct any background and spectral interference easily. Together with its software the contrAA® provides analysts from routine and research with powerful tools to boost their lab's performance. An easy to use interface ensures simple and convenient operation.


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