Atomic Absorption Spectrometry

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J.E. Cantle
Elsevier, Jan 1, 1986 - Science - 447 pages
The topic is treated here in a very practical manner. The bulk of the book is concerned with real-life analyses for practising instrumentalists and differs from the literature supplied by manufacturers of atomic absorption instruments in that the methods described can be interpreted using all sorts of hardware, and in that far more chemistry and sample preparation are included.
 

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I MUST SAY THIS, EACH AND EVERY HEADING ALREADY THERE,IT SEEMS TO BE AN AWESOME UNDERSTANDING OF THE CHAPTER ELSE BEFORE.

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Contents

Chapter 1 Basic principles
1
Chapter 2 Instrumental requirements and optimisation
15
Chapter 3 Practical techniques
37
Chapter 4a Water and effluents
67
Chapter 4b Marine analysis by atomic absorption spectrometry
95
Chapter 4c Analysis of airborne particles in the workplace and ambient atmospheres
123
Chapter 4d Application of atomic absorption spectrometry to the analysis of foodstuffs
139
Chapter 4e Applications of atomic absorption spectrometry in ferrous metallurgy
211
Chapter 4g Atomic absorption methods in applied geochemistry
261
Chapter 4h Applications of atomic absorption spectrometry in the petroleum industry
285
Chapter 4i Methods for the analysis of glasses and ceramics by atomic spectrometry
307
Chapter 4j Clinical applications of flame techniques
321
Chapter 4k Elemental analysis of body fluids and tissues by electrothermal atomisation and atomic absorption spectrometry
341
Chapter 4l Forensic science
381
Chapter 4m Fine industrial and other chemicals
395
Index
447

Chapter 4f The analysis of nonferrous metals by atomic absorption spectrometry
251

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