PERSEE AA990 Atomic Absorption Spectrometer

The AA900 Atomic Absorption Spectrometer is a versatile entry level instrument with a computer controlled Air/Acetylene flame for general laboratory

PERSEE A3 Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer

The A3 Atomic Absorption Spectrometer is a high performance automated instrument designed to meet the requirements of the modern laboratory. Due to

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A & E Lab AE-AA500

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Buck Scientific 210VGP/220 Graphite furnace

This fully integrated design uses an innovative, unique technology in a compact powerful furnace module.

PerkinElmer AAnalyst 700

The AAnalyst™ 700 Atomic Absorption Spectrometer offers productivity enhancing features for flame and furnace atomic absorption.

Cecil Instruments ReflectaScan

The ReflectaScan Reflectance Spectrophotometer is designed as a universal reflectance measuring instrument capable of scanning samples over the

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