Flow injection atomic absorption spectrometry
Provides a systematic treatment of combining flow injection methods with all fields of atomic absorption spectrometry (AAS) including flame, hydride generation and electrothermal AAS. Discusses the principles involved in the combination, the benefits which can be achieved and offers extremely practical and experimental details and tips on running the combined system. Contains applications for a wide range of fields such as environmental, clinical, agricultural and geological. Approximately 600 references make this a unique blend of laboratory manual and reference source.
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Sample Introduction in Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometry
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