Category - Atomic-fluorescence

Atomic Fluorescence Spectroscopy

The energy stored in atoms can be released in a variety of ways. When it is released as light, this is known as fluorescence. Atomic fluorescence spectroscopy (AFS) measures this emitted light. The wavelength of the emitted light tells you the identity of the atoms. The intensity of the fluoresced light is directly proportional to the concentration of atoms and the intensity of the excitation source. Atomic fluorescence is generally much more sensitive than atomic absorption. Read More

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