atomic absorption spectrophotometry

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determination of concentration by the ability of atoms to absorb radiant energy of specific wavelengths.

a·tom·ic ab·sorp·tion spec·tro·pho·tom·e·try

(ă-tom'ik ab-sōrp'shŭn spek'trō-fō-tom'ĕ-trē)
Determination of concentration by the ability of atoms to absorb radiant energy of specific wavelengths.
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Estimation of Chromium and Lead uptake by the contaminated plants (in vivo and in vitro) using Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy:There was a comparative estimation of Chromium and Lead uptake by both types of Tropaeolummajus using Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy.
The TFHRC researchers began their approach to this analysis by removing the binder from the hot mix, using either combustion or solvent extraction; extracting the aggregate residue with acid; analyzing it for calcium either by atomic absorption spectroscopy or ion exchange chromatography; and back-calculating the lime content.
In more recent years, a few compounders have opted for XRF analysis as an alternative to traditional QA/QC techniques such as atomic absorption spectroscopy or specific-gravity tests.
Its laboratories employ multiple technologies, including Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP), Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy (AAS) and UV/Visible Spectroscopy - applications, which require robust, high-performance instrumentation; such as PerkinElmer's Optima[TM] ICP-OES, AAnalyst(TM) atomic absorption systems and LAMBDA(TM) UV/Vis families.
Tenders are invited for Supply And Installation Of Gas Chromatograph With Mass Spectrometer And Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy To Water Analyzer Laboratory At Coimbatore
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This method has been replaced as an indicator of the future probability of delamination occurring by atomic absorption spectroscopy, a method that can be performed much more easily during everyday production operations.
The comparative concentrations of Copper and Lead scavenged by in vitro grown Ocimum tenuiflorum were estimated with respect to its in vivo grown counterparts using Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy.
X-ray fluorescence and atomic absorption spectroscopy are the largest market segments, but organic analyzers are the fastest growing.
The chemical analyses of the powders were carried out by atomic absorption spectroscopy, titrimetry, gravimetry and spectrophotometry.
They are generally measured by atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS), inductively coupled argon plasma spectroscopy, or mass spectrometry (MS), often following a digestion process.
The diagnosis of GH can be established reliably using the HII calculated from the hepatic iron concentration determined by atomic absorption spectroscopy.