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Determination of Copper by AAS

Determination of Copper by AAS

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Analysis of Cooper by AAS
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ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY(CLD 10402)
Atomic Absorption SpectroscopyDetermination of Cooper (Cu) in AAS
PREPARED BY:
NAME: MUHAMMAD FADHIL BIN ABU BAKAR ID NUMBER: 55103208065
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 TITLE:-
Determination of Cooper (CU) by using of the AtomicAbsorption Spectroscopy.ABSTRACT:-
 The elemental analysis Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy which iswidely used in analyzing environment, metal, food, pharmaceutical andchemical industries samples. In this experiment, the Atomic AbsorptionSpectroscopy performance (sensitivity) is checked. The amount of copper in sample standard solution is determined. Firstly, standardsolution of copper is prepared, with acid nitric. Next the instrument isoperated, by optimizing the Burner System and then the Performanceis checked and lastly Calibration curve is created and samples areanalyzed. Then graph of absorbance against concentration was plottedto show the Beer’s Lambert Law.
OBJECTIVE
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 To optimize the burner system by flame atomicabsorption spectroscopy using standard solution. To check the performance (sensitivity) of the atomicabsorption spectroscopy using standard solution. To prepare a serial dilution and generate a standardcalibration Curve. To determine amount of cooper in the sample.
 
INTRODUCTION:-
Atomic absorption methods measure the amount of energy (in the form of photons of light, and thus achange in the wavelength) absorbed by the sample.Specifically, a detector measures the wavelengths of light transmitted by the sample (the "after"wavelengths), and compares them to thewavelengths, which originally passed through thesample (the "before" wavelengths). A signal
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processor then integrates the changes in wavelength,which appear in the readout as peaks of energyabsorption at discrete wavelengths.
 The process of atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS)involves two steps:1. Atomization of the sample2. The absorption of radiation from a light source by the freeatomsFigure below is the schematic diagram of atomic absorptionspectrometer. Hollow cathode lamp will emit the linespectrum of the element to be analyzed. Samples are thenatomized in the flame. Selection of wavelength of interestdone by the monochromator
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In order to tell how much of a known element is present in asample, one must first establish a basis for comparison usingknown quantities. It can be done producing a calibrationcurve
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For this process, a known wavelength is selected, and
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