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S. A. MacLeod, Analyst (London), 1976, 101, 86. ” If they are not, the same answer should be obtained at both heights. ” This is to be expected, because the small solid particles formed as the solvent evaporates will be larger and more difficult to vaporize and atomize at higher concentration. The Literature Interpolation Problem One problem encountered by authors of textbooks on analytical techniques is knowing just how much information from original papers to include in their book. Sometimes, in the interests of brevity or presentational clarity, key information is inadvertently omitted.

West, Analyst (London), 1969, 94, 643. M. L. Bogdanski, and A. Townshend, Crit. Rev. Anal. , 1981, 10, 185. C. Calokerinos and A. Townshend, Prog. Anal. At. , 1982, 5, 63. N. C. Calokerinos, Anal. Chim. Acta, 1987, 202, 241. P. Evmiridis and A. Townshend, J. Anal. At. , 1987, 2, 339. Instrumentationfor Analytical Flame Spectrometry I - 27 -7mm T E E 0 m 2 separator E E Figure 12 Simple burner head for use with an AutoAnalyser system for measurement of suljide or suljite via the emission of H,S or SO, was applied primarily to a diverse range of non-metallic elements, became known as MECA.

L 3 * I 4 Because the number of such transitions is small, the probability of overlap of the atomic absorption line profile of one element with the emission line profile of another element is extremely small. The spectral selectivity of AAS is therefore excellent in this respect. Some examples of spectral line overlap are known. 3962 (see Figure 5). The fact that the interference occurs only at one analytical wavelength confirms that it is spectral in nature, since the extent of physical, chemical, or ionization interferences would be similar at all wavelengths.

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