Atomic Spectroscopy

Atomic spectroscopy is the learning of the electromagnetic radiation absorbed and emitted by the atoms. In the determination of elemental compositions the electromagnetic spectrum or mass spectrum is applied that can be distributed by the type of spectroscopy used or with the atomization source. The study of electromagnetic spectrum of the elements is called as Optical Atomic Spectroscopy. For analytical use the technology of atomic spectroscopy has yielded three techniques such as Atomic Absorption, Atomic Emission and Atomic Fluorescence. The transitions involve the relaxation and excitation of the outer or bonding shell electrons of metal ions and atoms and the corresponding photons have energies inside the visible regions of the spectrum and ultraviolet. A decent instance of this is the dark absorption lines in the solar spectrum.

  • Atomic absorption spectrometry
  • Atomic emission spectrometry
  • Atomic fluorescence spectrometry
  • Atomic and Molecular spectroscopy
  • Laser-Enhanced Ionization spectroscopy
  • X-ray emission spectroscopy
  • Atomic Optical Spectrometry
  • Atomic and molecular spectroscopy
  • Photoemission spectroscopy
  • Ion and atom sources
  • Prospects in analytical atomic spectrometry
  • X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy

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