Atomic emission spectrometry refers to a technique for the quantitative analysis of a chemically reactive element in a chemical sample. The technique involves light intensity transmitted either from plasma, spark, flame, or arc at specific wavelengths. In chemically active substrates, the presence of an element is established depending on the atomic spectral line’s wavelength and the quantity of the discovered element depends on the intensity with which light is emitted. Atomic emission is extensively used in food and drug safety, life sciences, and petrochemicals and forensic science applications for examining samples for quality testing.
Use of intensity of light emitted from plasma, flame, spark or arc at a specific wavelength for chemical analysis of the sample is referred as atomic emission spectrometry (AES). Atomic emission spectrometry is used for quantitative analysis of an element in the chemical sample. Identity of the element depends on the wavelength of the atomic spectral line and quantity of the detected element depends upon intensity of the light emitted. Atomic emission spectrometry (AES) is widely used in life science, food and drug safety, petrochemical and forensic science industry for analysis of the samples for quality.
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The new generation of atomic spectroscopy instruments features compactness and ease of use for the desired functions. Moreover, technological advancement is leading to the application of atomic emission spectrometry in other fields such as biotechnology, environmental testing, tissue analysis and toxicology, pharmaceutical chemistry, and clinical applications using proteomics. Thus, technological advances are observed to the prime factor driving the global atomic emission spectrometry market. On the contrary, stringent regulations governing how the procedure is carried out and the lack of skilled personnel for the same are limiting the market’s growth.
By type, flame emission spectroscopy (FES), arc atomic emission spectroscopy (AES), spark atomic emission spectroscopy (SAES), and inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectroscopy (ICP-AES), and other are the segments of this market.
The report segments the global atomic emission spectrometry market into the following segments based on geography: North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, and Rest of the World. Currently, North America and Europe are the largest markets for atomic emission spectrometry. The presence of modern research infrastructure, availability of government funds and skilled personnel, and higher healthcare spending are reasons for the dominance of these regions. However, the Asia Pacific atomic emission spectrometry market will display the fastest growth rate during the forecast period.
Top players that operate in the global atomic emission spectrometry market are Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., Agilent Technologies Inc., Waters Corporation, AB Sciex, Shimadzu Corporation, Perkin Elmer Inc., and Bruker Corporation, among others.
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