Atomic Spectroscopy

The method of elemental analysis which exploits the properties of atoms while excited by external energy in the form of electromagnetic radiation or photons with fine frequencies is known as Atomic Spectroscopy. The basic principle of atomic absorption spectrometry is capacity of atoms to absorb energy from photons with specific frequencies. These measurements rely on the determination of the quantity of light at the resonance wavelength is absorbed when it comes to a group of atoms. By providing a sample with sufficient thermal energy to dissociate the chemical compounds into the free states of atoms we can obtain the atomic vapor required.

  • Atomic emission
  • Atomic absorption
  • Atomic fluorescence

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