By J. Sneddon
This sequence describes chosen advances within the sector of atomic spectroscopy. it really is promarily meant for the reader who has a heritage in atmoic spectroscopy; appropriate to the amateur and professional. even though a everyday and approved technique for steel and non-metal research in various complicated samples, Advances in Atomic Spectroscopy covers quite a lot of fabrics. every one bankruptcy will thoroughly conceal a space of atomic spectroscopy the place swift improvement has occurred.
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I - - i . 74 . . I . . . . 80 Excitation wavelength, nm Figure 15. (continued) advantage that background correction was made simultaneously with the signal measurement, both signal and background being measured with every laser pulse. Second, this technique can be employed with any atom cell because it involves modification of the detection system. Third, this multichannel method can be used with any laser repetition rate. The principal disadvantage of this technique is that the background correction measurement was made 3-4 nm away from the analytical wavelength.
BUTCHER Table 8. 012 Notes: LongitudinalZeeman was Employed with a Laboratory-Constructed Furnace and Transverse Illumination. Taken with permission from Preli et al. (1988). 7 kG. profile. The sensitivity loss was greater for thallium than for indium because of its wider atomic linewidth (Table 8). The ZETA LEAFS detection limit for silver was a factor of ten worse than the LEAFS detection limit, and no ZETA LEAFS signal at all was observed for copper (Table 7, Figure 20). The laser linewidth was extremely wide for these elements, and the sigma components were very wide.
Irwin et al. (1990) determined lead and thallium in NIST nickel-based alloy SRMs by graphite furnace LEAFS with solid sampling. Good agreement between the LEAFS results and the certified values were obtained. 1 nm away from the excitation wavelength. Table 14. Reference Element Real Sample Analyses Done by Graphite Furnace LEAFS ~x/Lfluor Anzano et al. (1991 ) T1 276/353 Apatin et al. (1989) Bolshov et al. (1989, 1991, 1992a) Boutron et al. (1990) Bolshov et al. (1981b) Cd Pb 228/228 283/405 Co Co Cu Fe Ir Co 304/341 304/341 324/510 296/373 295/322 304/341 Bolshov et al.
Advances in atomic spectroscopy. / Volume 2 by J. Sneddon