A microwave digestion system is a specialized instrument used in analytical chemistry that utilizes microwave radiation to rapidly heat samples in a controlled environment, thus significantly decreasing the time required for digestion compared to traditional methods. This process of sample decomposition, also known as microwave digestion, enables accurate analysis of various components.

Microwave digestors are commonly used in applications such as environmental analysis, food testing, pharmaceutical research, and forensic analysis. They are particularly useful for the digestion of complex or difficult-to-digest samples, such as organic materials, soils, sediments, and biological samples.

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