By J. Sneddon

ISBN-10: 0080551580

ISBN-13: 9780080551586

ISBN-10: 0762300728

ISBN-13: 9780762300723

This sequence describes chosen advances within the sector of atomic spectroscopy. it really is essentially meant for the reader who has a historical past in atmoic spectroscopy; appropriate to the beginner and specialist. even if a typical and authorised approach for steel and non-metal research in a number of advanced samples, Advances in Atomic Spectroscopy covers a variety of fabrics. each one bankruptcy will thoroughly conceal a space of atomic spectroscopy the place quick improvement has happened.

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In this latter paper, it was found that the presence of the organic solvents enhanced the Se signal. 2%, pH 1, methanol load 6%) an LOD of 1 pg for a 200 ~t1 sample was obtained. Isotope measurements of antimony have been made in seawater by Kumamaru et al. , 1992). , 1994). This technique has the advantage of separating the excess hydrogen produced during reduction, enabling a more stable plasma to be obtained. The linearity was limited to the sub ng ml -~ range, but the procedure was validated by the analysis of CRM's.

This leads to an increase in the time required to complete the analysis. It also requires that a separate sample be used for every analysis. This can prove to be difficult when the available sample is small in quantity or is difficult to obtain. Since the late 1960s, researchers have used a variety of techniques in performing multielement AAS analysis. Both continuous and line sources have been used. Early problems with these systems included a decrease in sensitivity, lack of linearity, and spectral interferences.

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