Principle of atomic emission spectrometry, Chemistry

Principle of atomic emission spectrometry:

The analyte sample is introduced into the centre of the plasma as an aerosol with the help of a nebuliser using argon flow. In the plasma the sample undergoes various transformations like desolvation, vaporization, atomisation, ionisation and excitation. As the energy of the plasma source is quite high it   ensures the excitation of the atoms of all the elements present in the sample which then relax by emitting EM radiation of characteristic wavelengths of different elements. The emitted radiation are then utilised for the qualitative and quantitative determinations of the analyte.

Posted Date: 1/10/2013 3:09:57 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Principle of atomic emission spectrometry, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Principle of atomic emission spectrometry, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Principle of atomic emission spectrometry Discussions

Write discussion on Principle of atomic emission spectrometry
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
definition for entropy?

Q. Explain about Conservation of Mass? Conservation of Mass above two centuries ago chemists established a fundamental law called the law of conservation of mass. This l

Explain the two peaks in the diagram. How can a living cell control the position of the second peak to adapt the properties of its membrane to the demands of life? In blood, li


what is rosanance in benzene

Write the formula and name the example of k peroxide

Nuclei tend to have more neutrons than protons at high mass numbers because: (1) Neutrons are neutral particles   (2) Neutrons have more mass than protons   (3) More neut

Nebulisation techniques: The accuracy, precision and detection limits of flame AAS depend on how the analyte sample is introduced into the atomiser. We need to transfer a repr