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Analytical Chemistry, Second Edition, Volume 6: Atomic-Absorption Spectrophotometry focuses on the use of atomic absorption spectrophotometry as an analytical technique. This book discusses the developments in the analytical fields of atomic-absorption spectrophotometry.
Organized into seven chapters, this edition starts with an overview of the fundamental principles underlying atomic-absorption spectra. This book then describes the use of high-temperature fuel-rich flames that allow the determination of some elements that were not previously capable of being determined by atomic-absorption spectrophotometry. Other chapters explore the advantages of improved instrumentation and consider the atomic-absorption procedures that have been applied to a wide variety of samples from agricultural and biological materials. This book discusses as well the determination of specified elements by a direct examination of the sample solution. The final chapter provides a list of instruments that are commercially available, with emphasis on their characteristics.
This book is a valuable resource for analysts, physicists, and chemists.
Preface to Second Edition
Primary Source of Radiation
Production of Hollow-Cathode Lamps
Atomic Vapor Production
Radiation Detection, and Read-out
Use of Sources of Continuous Radiation
4. Sources of Interference
Formation of Particles and Their Vaporization
Variations of Flame Parameters
Measurement of Absorption
5. Comparison with Other Analytical Procedures
Comparison with Flame Photometry
Comparison with Methods other than Flame Photometry
6. Methods—Scope and Development
Atomizer and Flame
Monochromator Slit Width
Application of Method
Method 1—Using a Calibration Graph
Method 2—Method of Standard Additions
References to Chapters 1 to 6 (Inclusive)
Commercially Available Equipment—Tabulated Insert
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- © Pergamon 1966
- 1st January 1966
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