Elemental Analyzers Information

oxygen and nitrogen elemental analyzer

Elemental analyzers are used for analyzing the carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, and sulfur content of organic and inorganic materials.  They can also be used to measure the amounts of halogen, phosphorus, metal and other elements.  The media that can be tested includes coal and coke, fuel oil, minerals and ores, organic and inorganic chemical materials, soil, refractory and ceramic materials, cement, ferrous and nonferrous metals, plant and animal materials, semiconductor and electronic materials.  The samples can be in the form of solids, liquids and slurries or gas.

 

 

 

 

The methods used in analysis and detection include carrier has hot extraction, dry colorimetric, dry combusion analysis, electrchemical, gas chromatography, insert gas fusion (IGF), infrared detection, Kjeldahl method, neutron activiation analysis (NAA), spectrometric detection and thermal conductivity detection.

 

 

References

 

http://www.globalspec.com/SpecSearch/SearchForm/sensors_transducers_detectors/environmental_sensors/elemental_analyzers

  

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