Elemental Analyzer

An elemental analyzer is an instrument that is used to determine the elemental composition of a sample. The basic principle of this analyzer is to combust the sample in an oxygen atmosphere. This process converts the elements in the sample to their gaseous forms, which are then separated and measured. The most common elements that are measured by elemental analyzers are carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, sulfur, and oxygen. They utilize a range of techniques, each tailored to specific types of samples and analytical requirements. These instruments are vital in a variety of fields, including chemistry, geology, environmental science, material science, and quality control. Their versatility and precision make them vital instruments for advancing knowledge and ensuring the safety and quality of products and the environment.