A systematic approach to learn Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy

Atomic Absorption Spectrometer
Atomic Absorption Spectrometer

Trace metal studies are assuming great significance in diverse areas such as environment, drinking water, mining and mineralogy, oceanographic studies, soils, pharmaceuticals, foods, toys, forensic investigations, etc. The list is endless and presence or absence of trace metals is a factor that cannot be overlooked for evaluation of characteristics of materials or concerns regarding human health and safety.

The chemical techniques used for the analysis of trace metals have evolved from simple gravimetric methods to highly sophisticated time saving instrumental techniques. Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy is a popular technique which involves moderate investment and affordable operational cost. These features coupled with a high degree of accuracy and precision of results has contributed to the widespread presence of atomic absorption spectrometers in college laboratories, industrial laboratories and regulatory body laboratories across the world.

Knowledge of AAS, its potential applications and operational aspects is an asset for any analytical scientist. The Certificate course on Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy is designed keeping the requirements of the working chemist in mind.

The link below is a recording of the webinar that briefly introduces you to the 19 steps of the certificate course which are arranged in a logical sequence to help you gain an insight into the technique, familiarize with operational aspects and appreciate its full potential.

Online registration for the online programme is simple and can be accomplished by following the simple guidelines provided in the link

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