The Working Process of Atomic Emission Spectroscopy

Aug. 14, 2017

Atomic emission spectroscopy is an analytical technique for the determination of the composition and content of matter elements.

Atomic emission spectrometry consists of three major processes:

1, the energy is supplied by the light source to evaporate the sample, form a gaseous atom, and further excite the gaseous atoms to produce light radiation;

2, the composite light emitted by the light source is divided into spectral lines arranged in wavelength according to the spectral system to form a spectrum;

3, measure the wavelength and intensity of the spectrum in the spectrum with a detector.

We can also supply the high quality metal analyser, ICP AES spectroscopy etc. If you need, welcome to contact us.

Atomic Emission Spectroscopy