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In this video, you will discover how the Agilent 200 Series AA Systems can handle your analytical challenges
An overview of how Agilent's Sample Introduction Pump System (SIPS) accessories work and the benefits they deliver.
Provides important safety information regarding an electrical shock hazard when removing the AA ETC 60 Electrothermal Temperature Controller workhead.
Information associated to the type of solid cathodes Atomic Absorption lamps have.
Provides instructions on how to set up and operate the 50/55 AA system.
The VGA 77 Vapor Generation Accessory is ideal for rapid trace level determinations of mercury and other hydride-forming elements at parts-per-billion (μg/L) concentrations.
Information on why Cathode lamps wear out and how you can maximize the life span of an Atomic Absorption lamp.
Information on whether if there are any performance compromises with multi-element Atomic Absorption cathode lamps.
Information on typical results of a single element Atomic Absorption cathode lamp, based on the standard operating conditions for each lamp.
Explains how to install a bracket for the ETC 60 workhead Mk 2, in order to use a mercury flow-through cell or a standard hydride absorption cell on the AA
An overview of Agilent's GTA-120 Graphite Furnace system and the benefits it delivers.
information on how to determine if a Atomic Absorption cathode lamp is worn out or failing.
Information on the typical lifetimes of Atomic Absorption cathode lamps.
Information on whether the elements in the cathode affects the lifetime of an Atomic Absorption lamp.
A list of Atomic Absorption cathode lamp known spectral interferences.
Information associated with how to determine if the flickering glow around the anode means that the lamp is faulty.
Overview of how Fast Sequential mode on the SpectrAA AAS instruments works and the benefits it delivers
Information on Features and Operation of Atomic Absorption Hollow Cathode Lamps
Information on whether all lines (primary and secondary) can be used in multi-element Atomic Absorption cathode lamps and if spectral interferences exist.