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Supplier: Advanced Technical Services GmbH
Description: for high precision volumetric dispensing with an imprecision of better than 0.1% C.V. Fields of Application: GC, HPLC, Flame Photometry (HPFP), AAS, ICP, and similar analyses.
- Excitation Source: Flame (Flame Photometer)
Supplier: Excelitas Technologies Corp.
Description: sensing UV and blue light sensing Light meters Flame monitoring Photometry
- PN, PIN, or Avalanche: PN Photodiode
- Spectral Response: UV, Visible, IR
- Sensitivity: 0.1900 A/W
- Spectral Response Range: 320 to 1100 nm
Description: applications to selectively transmit a narrow range of wavelengths while blocking all others. Interference filters are widely used in instrumentation for applications including clinical chemistry, environmental testing, colorimetry, elemental and laser line separation, flame photometry, fluorescence
- Filter Type: Bandpass / Interference Filters, Neutral Density Filters
- Application Specific: Infrared (IR)
- Filter Shape: Circular
- Diameter, Square Side, or Rectangular Length: 0.9843 inch
Description: range of wavelengths while blocking all others. Interference filters are widely used in instrumentation for clinical chemistry, environmental testing, colorimetry, elemental and laser line separation, flame photometry, fluorescence, immunoassays, etc. In addition, interference filters are used
- Filter Type: Bandpass / Interference Filters
Description: , environmental testing, colorimetry, elemental and laser line separation, flame photometry, fluorescence and immunoassays. In addition, bandpass interference filters are used to select discrete spectral lines from arc or gas discharge lamps, and to isolate a particular line from Ar, Kr, Nd:YAG
- Filter Shape: Circular
- Diameter, Square Side, or Rectangular Length: 1.97 inch
- Optical Density: 4
- Filter Surface Quality: 80-50 Scratch / Dig
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Hanford Atomic Products Operation monthly report, June 1953
aration step in order to apply flame photometry .
Literature Citations, Part IV
With the use of the latter, di- rect flame photometry applied to the beet ext. gives results in reasonably good agreement with those obtained by chem. analyses of the sulfated ash.
Genuine myotubular myopathy
Data were compared with the results obtained by flame photometry applied to muscle homogenate.
Analytical Flame Photometry: New Developments
APPLICATIONS To describe all the reported applica- tions of flame photometry even briefly would require a large book.
Detailed Subject Index
… detn. of Fe in —, 3898 detn. of K, Na in —, 5000 flame detn. of Ca, K, Mg, Na in —, 4643 flame meas. of cation exchange in —, 4194 Clinical laboratory, application of flame pho- tometry in—, 3734, 4562, 4666 …
A Review of Flame Photometry
Vol. 5, No. 18, pp. 63-75 (1939). (32) Richard R. Overman and A. K. Davis, "The Application of Flame Photometry to Sodium and Potassium Determinations in Biological Fluids," Journal of Biological Chemistry, Vol. 168, p. 641 (1947). (33) J. P …
The Application of Emission Spectroscopy to the Analysis of Water-Formed Deposits
The most obvious application of flame photometry lies in the field of alkali analysis.
Determination of Potassium in Glass with the Hydrogen Flame Photometer
Introduction HE APPLICATION of flame photometry to the determination of several elements, in particular the alkalis and alkaline .
G The scope of applications for flame photometry .
Literature Citations, Part III 1946–1950
The Application of Flame Photometry to Sodium and Potassium Determinations in Biological Fluids. /.
Analysis of Rotor Steels for Residual Elements
For the direct application of flame photometry , we are assuming that a 1-g specimen is dissolved in 25 ml of solution and aspirated into the flame.