Wet Digestion

Wet Digestion, also called acid digestion, refers to the conversion of the components to be tested in a sample containing a large amount of organic matter under heating with a mixture of different acids or mixed acids or hydrogen peroxide or other oxidizing agents. It is a method for determining the morphology (the organic substance in this process is decomposed and oxidized into CO2, water and various gases). Wet Digestion is popular in laboratory experience as a direct, effective and economical sample preparation method for elemental analysis. It can handle a large number of samples simultaneously with easy operation.