Microwave-induced oxygen combustion is an innovative method for sample preparation for all kinds of combustible solids such as wood, paper, coal, food or polymers.

Oxygen Combustion Set

Microwave-induced oxygen combustion is an innovative method for sample preparation for all kinds of combustible solids such as wood, paper, coal, food or polymers. Volatile compounds such as halogens or several metals released during this combustion process are trapped in an absorption solution, which is subsequently analyzed via ion chromatography or atomic spectrometry.

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Key Features

  • Replaces steel combustion bombs
  • Parallel combustion of up to 8 samples
  • No electrical components or ignition wires
  • No metal parts inside the combustion chamber – reduced risk of sample contamination

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