Local Electric Discharge in Liquid as a Source of Atomization and Excitation or Atomic Emission Spectroscopy (EMIS2)

Local Electric Discharge in Liquid as a Source of Atomization and Excitation or Atomic Emission Spectroscopy (EMIS2)
 
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Local Electric Discharge in Liquid as a Source of Atomization and Excitation or Atomic Emission Spectroscopy

The company Bourevestnik Inc. from St Petersburg, Russia, developed the EMIS-2. In cooperation with our Russian distributor Vladimir Lozovskiy (Lokamed) they made this analyzer for water.

The analyzer operation principle is based on the atomic emission method of chemical elements determined using a local electric discharge in the analyzed liquid, followed by the recording and processing of the emission spectra. The intensity of the radiation emission lines of an element is proportional to its mass concentration in the analyzed liquid. Click here for the complete abstract.