hi!give some points on flame photometry???
Here is a link with some basic information. There are some reference links within this document that may be of interest.
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Hi Strider, A beautiful article is available at http://www.iupac.org/goldbook/F02412.pdf. Its easily downloadable and You can also visit wiki at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photoelectric_flame_photometer for basic information. Yo can try at www.answers.com/topic/emission-flame-photometry I feel this suffices.
What is RESONANCE WAVELENGTH? Atoms absorb light of the same wavelength that they emit? But how is it possible? Is there no loss of energy during the process of absorbing light energy- getting raised to a higher energy state - emission of radiation and return to ground state. If there is any loss of energy the wavelength of the emited radiation should ideally be longer than the one absorbed?