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Palladium (Pd) Matrix Modifier for Graphite Furnace AA, 1%, 50 mL

This 1% Pd as nitrate matrix modifier is used for atomic absorption THGA graphite furnaces. Container contains 50 mL of matrix modifier.

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Matrix modification decreases the volatility of the analyte element and prevents its loss during thermal pretreatment. This also allows application of higher pretreatment temperatures for better matrix removal. It also increases the volatility of matrix components and promotes their removal before atomization.

PerkinElmer furnace autosamplers feature automatic matrix modification with the ability to apply one or more matrix modifiers sequentially or simultaneously.

Refer to Technical Note “THGA Graphite Furnace AA – Automatic Matrix Modification for Improved Analytical Quality and Sample Throughput” for information on preparing the most common matrix modification solutions.

Specifications

Hazard Symbols C
Number of Elements Single
Technology Type AA/ICP-OES
Volume 50 mL
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Technical Note

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