flame spectrophotometry

flame spectrophotometry

[¦flām ¦spek·trə·fə′täm·ə·trē]
(spectroscopy)
A method used to determine the intensity of radiations of various wavelengths in a spectrum emitted by a chemical inserted into a flame.
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He talks of atomic absorption flame spectrophotometry and pH meters in a language that is actually easily accessible, particularly for chemistry-deficient journalists ( but reveals some disappointing news for romantics who believed that the Ale Water took its name from ancient intoxicating properties.
The portable detection unit helps determine the presence of chemical contamination by flame spectrophotometry as it identifies the types of agents.
It is well known from flame spectrophotometry studies that emission intensity may not necessarily be correlated directly with radical concentration.