Atomic absorption spectrometry (AAS) is used primarily to determine the concentrations of individual elements in solution. As such, AAS is used in food and beverage, water, clinical research, and pharmaceutical analysis. It is also used in mining operations to determine, metal concentration.

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Atomic Absorption Spectrometer (AAS)

Eastern University, Sri Lanka

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Model SensAA Dual Whether the equipment service can be provided to external researchers/institutions Yes
Manufactured Year 2005 Availability of Technically Competent Staff
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Vendor Name Commencement of Operations Date 2005-12-01
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Institute Eastern University, Sri Lanka
Faculty Science
Department Chemistry
Laboratory Chemistry Lab1
Contact Person Name Head/Chemistry
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Phone Number 0652240755
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Product Category Spectrometry
Sub Category Metals
Testing Paremeters Metal Analysis
Description The Agilent 7900 ICP-MS (Inductively Coupled Plasma - Mass Spectrometry) is a flexible single quadrupole ICP mass spectrometer that provides the industry’s best matrix tolerance, most effective helium collision mode, lowest detection limits, and widest dynamic range. As a result, you can be confident you are reporting accurate data every time, even at trace levels, whatever your sample types. The 7900 ICP Mass Spec provides the highest performance for demanding commercial and industrial applications, with the flexibility needed for research and advanced analysis such as speciation. High sensitivity and fast acquisition of transient signals – necessary for analysis of single nanoparticles (spICP-MS), single cells, and for laser ablation – give you the edge over the competition.
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