Atomic Fluorescence Spectrometers

Atomic Fluorescence Spectrometers


Atomic fluorescence spectroscopy (also known as atomic spectrofluorometry or atomic fluorimetry) is a technique used in biochemical, medical, and chemical applications that require very high sensitivity as well as precision and accuracy. An atomic fluorescence spectrometer is capable of measuring samples containing both hydride-forming elements and Mercury at a parts per trillion (ppt) level using the unique vapour hydride generator. The high sensitivity and reliability of Aurora’s series of  Atomic Fluorescence Spectrometers is ideal for elemental analysis in a variety of research and industrial sectors.

Applications

Metallurgy · Geology and Mining · Petrochemical · Pharmaceutical Quality Control · Agriculture and Environmental Monitoring
LUMINA AFS Atomic fluorescence spectrometer spectroscopy 3400

LUMINA 3400 Atomic Fluorescence Spectrometer

LUMINA AFS Atomic fluorescence spectrometer spectroscopy

LUMINA 3500 Atomic Fluorescence Spectrometer

LUMINA AFS Atomic fluorescence spectrometer spectroscopy

LUMINA 3600 HPLC-AFS

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