Table of Contents
- 1. Basic principles (J.F. Tyson). 2. Instrumental requirements and optimisation (S.J. Haswell). 3. Practical techniques (S.J. Haswell). 4a. Waters, sewage and effluents (M. Blankley, A. Henson and K.C. Thompson). 4b. Application of atomic absorption spectrometry to marine analysis (H. Haraguchi and T. Akagi). 4c. Analysis of airborne particles in workplace atmospheres (J.C. Septon). 4d. Application of atomic absorption spectrometry to the analysis of foods (T.C. Rains). 4e. Applications of atomic absorption spectrometry in ferrous metallurgy (K. Ohls and D. Sommer). 4f. The analysis of non-ferrous metals by atomic absorption spectrometry (M.R. North). 4g. Atomic absorption methods in applied geochemistry (M. Thompson and E.K. Banerjee). 4h. Applications of atomic absorption spectrometry in the petroleum industry (J. Marshall). 4i. Methods for the analysis of glasses and ceramics by atomic absorption spectrometry (W.M. Wise, R. A. Burdo and D.E. Goforth). 4j. Clinical applications of flame techniques (A. Taylor). 4k. Elemental analysis of body fluids and tissues by electrothermal atomization and atomic absorption spectrometry (H.T. Delves and I.L. Shuttler). 4l. Forensic science (I.M. Dale). 4m. Fine, industrial and other chemicals (L. Ebdon and A.S. Fisher). 4n. Analysis of polluted soils (M. Cresser). Subject Index.
- Language: English
- Copyright: © Elsevier Science 1991
- Published: November 21, 1991
- Imprint: Elsevier Science
- Hardcover ISBN: 9780444882172