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Understanding the basics and operation of Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy is a career objective of every trace metal analyst. Today’s trace metal analyst cannot afford to remain ignorant of this well established technique.

Trace metal analysis has made inroads in diverse fields such as environmental monitoring, oceanography, pharmaceuticals, foods, mineralogy and mining, forensics and material development. Growing awareness on consumer and environmental concerns have compelled standard making bodies to lower limits on trace metals which has placed greater demands on trace metal studies.

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Modern developments have led to introduction of advanced techniques such as ICP – OES and ICP – MS which have lowered detection limits and raised laboratory throughputs several fold. However, till date Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy has retained its popularity in universities, government laboratories, commercial testing laboratories and industrial quality control laboratories due to its affordability, reliability and ease of use.

This popular demand made us develop a 19 step logical approach to learning the essentials of the technique and its operational aspects. A webinar providing an insight into the online Certificate programme was organized on 12th March 2015.The video recording of the webinar is available on the below given link.

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