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By J. Sneddon

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ISBN-10: 1281026816

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This sequence describes chosen advances within the quarter of atomic spectroscopy. it truly is promarily meant for the reader who has a historical past in atmoic spectroscopy; compatible to the amateur and professional. even if a general and accredited strategy for steel and non-metal research in quite a few complicated samples, Advances in Atomic Spectroscopy covers quite a lot of fabrics. every one bankruptcy will thoroughly disguise a space of atomic spectroscopy the place speedy improvement has occurred.

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Element Reference Remy et al. (1990) Sj6str6m et al. 4 LOD (fg) 10 100 10 4 60 50 Smith et al. (1990) Vera et al. (1989c) TI Ga In Yb Vera et al. 2 laJ; N 25 gJ; Y (continued) Table 4. Reference Wei et al. (1990) Element ~x/Lf]uor LOD (fg) A1 308/394, 396 Fe 297/373 Mn Pb 279/403 283/405 Sn TI Wittman and Winefordner (1984) Mn Na Sn Womack et al. 3 ng/mL FS; continuous flow fum. 5 ng/mL T; continuous flow fum. ; ? ; ? /? /? /? 6 laJ; N Laser-Excited Fluorescence 23 involatile elements (Ba, Bi, Eu, Ir, Li, Mo, Ni, Pd, Pt, Rh, V) that to this time have only been investigated using cup furnaces.

1992) used this instrument for the determination of lead and cobalt. The sensitivity ratio (R) was defined to be the ratio of the ZETA LEAFS signal to the LEAFS signal, and their results for these elements are summarized in Table 10. The sensitivity ratios for these elements were approximately the same as those obtained by Preli et al. (1988), because, although an etalon was used to narrow the laser linewidth, a lower magnetic field was used than in the previous work. The Table 11. LEAFSand ZETA LEAFS Detection Limits ZETA LEAFS LOD Oeg) LEAFS LOD (fg) Element 200 Hz Pb 2 Co 200 500 Hz* -- 30 Conventional Etaton narrowed 8 4 500 500 Notes: *Using piano-convex lens system.

SRMS AC Zeem. FS, AA tube good 5-7 Geol and agricult SRMs Slurry sampling Air by impaction AC AC OW FS, AA Tube not assessed 13-34 Ni-based alloys; solid and dissolved sampling AC OW FS, AA tube good 9-13 good-dissol. poor-solids not assessed 15 ~x/A, fluor Samples Liver SRM; mouse brains Mouse brains Steel, agricult. SRMs Water SA T, AA tube good compared to AAS T, GC within 30% of certified 20 10-15 6-14 MC FS, AA tube Notes: *Method of Calibration: AC = aqueous calibration; SA = standard addition.

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