Block diagram of atomic fluorescence spectrometry, Chemistry

Block diagram of atomic fluorescence spectrometry:

The instrumentation for AFS consists of atom reservoir that might be a flame or a furnace etc., a basic source emitting the features absorption radiation of the element being determined, a monochromator (or filter), detector, signal processor and readout device. The basic source is commonly a hollow cathode lamp or a tuned laser. The block figure of the equipment required for AFS is shown below:

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