Applications of flame photometry, Chemistry

Applications of flame photometry:

A few common applications of flame photometry are given below.

  • Flame photometry could be used to detect the presence of the elements of Group I and II of the periodic table, e.g. K, Li, Na, Mg, Ca, Sr and Ba.
  • Flame photometry is extremely important within the analysis of biological fluids and tissues, in that elements such as sodium, calcium, potassium, aluminium, cobalt and iron are detected and determined. That has also been used for analysis of soil, natural and industrial glass, waters, cement.
  • Flame photometry could also be applied to nonmetal analysis through utilizing the infrared region of the spectrum using flame infrared emission technique.
  • Through using a appropriate, detection system and a monochromator, concurrent determination of upto ten elements (involving elements other than alkali and alkaline metals) can be carried out.

 

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