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Deuterium and Atomic-Absorption Lamps

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GRAND ISLAND, N.Y., Jan. 16, 2015 — JM Science D2 lampJM Science offers a range of deuterium (D2) and atomic-absorption (AA) lamps for spectroscopy systems.

The D2 lamps (pictured) were designed for atomic absorption, UV spectrophotometer and liquid chromatography instrumentation, and have a typical lifetime of 2000 hours.

The AA lamps can be used in spectrometers to determine different elements in a solution. They are suited for pharmaceutical, toxicology and biophysics research.
Jan 2015

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