HCL hollow cathode lamp

The hollow cathode lamp (HCL) is used as the source in atomic absorption spectroscopy and provides an electromagnetic wave of a precise length and the amplitude of very narrow band radiation, perfect for obtaining the absorption line spectrum, typical of the atoms. There can be two kinds of hollow cathode lamps: single-element or multi-element.

AA and ICP Standard

A complete selection of pure and ultrapure standards for atomic spectroscopy and ICP, complete with Certificate of Analysis that documents its quality and reliability


Graphite tubes

High quality graphite pipes for atomic absorption.

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