Flame atomic absorption spectroscopy (FAAS) is a type of spectrometry that utilizes an acetylene flame to vaporize the sample. Light is emitted by a hollow cathode lamp, and directed through this flame. Some of this light is absorbed by the sample, while the rest passes through a monochromator into the detector. The measurement of this unabsorbed radiation allows for the determination of metals such as aluminum and calcium.
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