10 Questions to Ask When Purchasing a Flame Photometer
So, the time has come to replace that aging instrument sitting in the corner of your lab; the problem is, with only a handful of real market leaders and dozens of cheaper off-shore instruments, how do you select the instrument that best suits your needs?
While many labs may still be using systems from the 1970s, technology has changed and improved considerably for these work-horses of flame-emission spectroscopy. Current systems offer a wide range of elements, autosamplers, custom optic arrays and simultaneous detection across a whole range of elements making the decision rather tricky.
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