Analytik Jena releases HRCS AAS teaching material
HRCS AAS teaching material
Recognising the emergence of High Resolution Continuum Source Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (HRCS AAS), Analytik Jena has produced teaching material for use in higher education.
This free resource includes fundamental information, Powerpoint presentations, videos, two poster presentations and more than 30 reprints from learned journals covering the use of the technique.
The HRCS AAS technique was originally developed and patented at the Institute of Analytical Sciences in Berlin, Germany and commercialised by Analytik Jena.
A comprehensive 65-page full-colour booklet entitled 'Fundamentals - instruments and techniques of atomic absorption spectrometry' covers the principles and construction of all types of atomic absorption spectrometry, including HRCS AAS, as well as factors that influence the performance and results obtained from different types of instrument.
Powerpoint presentations in the teaching resource cover the fundamentals and principles of HRCS AAS, as well as some HRCS AAS flame applications, such as the determination of trace elements in tungsten, the determination of impurities in Co ore concentrate and the determination of seven elements in molasses.
A video showing the optical path in HRCS AAS is also included.