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Any solid, liquid or gas substance respectively energized emits radiation at different wavelengths.

This radiation is characteristic of the substance and form of its spectrum.

The emission spectrometer used by Cynel Unipress analyzes the spectrum of tested samples, i.e. identifies and measures the radiation emitted by them and on that basis determines their chemical composition.

The spark of the high voltage raises and causes evaporation of the material, whose composition must be determined.

Light emitted in this process includes the radiation of different elements present in the analyzed material.

The light intensity of each spectral line is proportional to the concentration of the element which emitted them.

The spectrometer divides and selects different spectral lines to be analyzed as well as determines their quantity.