Photonics Dictionary

atomic absorption spectroscopy

The analysis of the atomic structure of a sample by means of a source radiation that is absorbed and emitted by the sample with lines corresponding to the number and arrangement of atoms. Generally a hollow cathode source is used to transmit energy by the sample placed in a flame.
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