An evaluation of silicon vidicon tubes as detectors for atomic spectrochemical analysis

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Cornell University, Sept., 1976 - Science - 430 pages
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Contents

Tab la Page I Multichannel Detection Approaches
4
Experimental Facilities
6
Basic Instrumental Configuration
7
Experimental Facilities
9
Fundamentals
15
UV Vidicon Schematic Diagram
16
Silicon Vidicon Tube Target
18
SiliconIntensified Target Vidicon Detector
21
Detection Limit Improvement With Signal Averaging
107
PMTUV Vidicon Detection Limit Comparison
110
PMTSIT Vidicon Detection Limit Comparison
112
TABLE OF CONTENTS Contd
119
Boron Oxide Band from Sample of NBS Orchard Leaves
121
Determination of Boron in NBS Orchard Leaves
123
Nitrous OxideAcetylene Flame Profiles
126
Analysis of U S G S Standard Rock Sample BCR1
130

Optical Multichannel Analyzer Electronics
24
Effect of Frame Scan Voltage on Wavelength Range Covered with Spectrometer Configuration I
26
6ab Block Diagrams of Computerized OMA Modification
29
Channel Response of Vidicon Target
33
Signal Response as a Function of Slit Width
37
SignaltoNoise as a Function of Accumulation Cycles
41
Comparison of Peak Height and Peak Area for a Calibration Curve Using Ca
43
Analytical Characteristics
45
Multielement Flame Emission Spectrum from 388 6 am to 408 6 nm
49
Wavelength Coverage and Resolution
53
Signal Reciprocity with Barium 553 5 nm Line
57
Interference of OH Flame Bands with Bl 306 8 nm Line
59
Interference of CaOH Band with Ba 553 5 nm Line
63
Spectral Stripping of CaOB Band Emission From Ba 553 5 nm Line
65
Determination of Ba Using 553 5 nm Line
67
Strontium and Barium Signal Profiles Without Interference
73
Strontium and Barium Signal Profiles With Interference
75
Spectral Stripping of the Sr 553 483 nm Line Using the Sr 552 183 nm Line as a Monitor Line
78
Block Diagram of Sensitivity Study Experimental Facilities
84
Spectral Response Curves for PMT RCA 1P28 SIT Vidicon and UV Vidicon
94
Comparison of Responsivity and Detectivity Ratios
97
SignaltoBackground Noise Ratios for the SIT Vidicon
101
Flame Emission Detection Limits
105
Discrete Micro Sample Introduction System
134
Analytical Data on CDC Reference Sera
137
Spectrum of Serum for 200 ul injection
141
Transient Injection Pulse
143
Analysis of Control Serum
146
abc Calibration Curves for Na K and Ca
148
Analysis of Hospital Serum Samples
152
Comparison of Analytes and Internal Standards
160
Buffering of Potassium in a Serum Matrix
162
Compensation for Flame Conditions
164
Magnesium Flame Profile With and Without Internal Standardization
166
Analytical Conditions for Internal Standard Analyses
168
Matrix Compensation by the Internal Standard
171
The Analyses of Na K and Ca in Serum Using a Li Internal Standard
173
30ab Compensation for Microsample Volume Changes
174
31ab Spectrum of Mg in Serum Sample
180
The Analyses of Mg in Serum Using a Mn Internal Standard
182
Analysis of Mg in NBS Bovine Liver
184
Analytical Conditions for Automated Serum Analysis
199
Determination of Electrolytes In CDC Sera Using the Com puterized System
201
Time of Analysis Comparison
203
Conclusions
207
Publications and Lectures
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