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Slurry Nebulization in Plasmas


SUMMARY OF CONTENTS Introduction Plasma Techniques Used in Slurry Analysis Importance of Slurry Particle Size on Analytical Performance Slurry Preparation Grinding Methods Dispersion of Slurries Magnetic Stirring and Vortex Mixing Ultrasonic Agitation Solid Particle Size Distribution Measurements Influence of Slurry Concentration Modifications to the Sample Introduction System Nebulizers Spray Chambers Torches Use of a Sheathing Gas Use of a Tandem Source Use of Flow Injection Use of an Inverted Geometry Plasma Calibration Techniques Aqueous Calibration Use of Internal Standards Use of Standard Additions Use of Empirical Correction Factors Use of Intrinsic Internal Standardization Use of Standard Slurries Optimization Use of Mixed Gas Plasmas Matrix Effects Fundamental Studies Aerosol Formation, Transportation and Loss Temperature Measurements Applications of Slurry Sample Nebulization into Plasmas References

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Article type: Paper
DOI: 10.1039/A604914A
Citation: J. Anal. At. Spectrom., 1997,12, 213-229
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    Slurry Nebulization in Plasmas

    L. EBDON, M. FOULKES and K. SUTTON, J. Anal. At. Spectrom., 1997, 12, 213
    DOI: 10.1039/A604914A

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