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Issue 6, 2004
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Atomic spectrometry update. Advances in atomic emission, absorption and fluorescence spectrometry and related techniques

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This review covers a relatively mature area of atomic spectrometry, so there are consequently fewer new developments than in newer research fields. The review period has seen consolidation of research in AES using lasers as excitation sources, particulalry making use of their principal advatage for remote analysis. Considerable activity relating to preconcentration, matrix separation and sample introduction was evident during the review period, though very few new developments were reported. Vapour generation of non-tradiational elements continues to attract some interest. Very few new developments in solid sampling, fundamental studies or new instrumentation have been reported in the open peer-reviewed literature. Speciation continues to grow in popularity with speciation of As compounds being the popular choice over the review period.

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Submitted
21 Apr 2004
First published
27 May 2004

J. Anal. At. Spectrom., 2004,19, 775-812
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Atomic Spectrometry Update

Atomic spectrometry update. Advances in atomic emission, absorption and fluorescence spectrometry and related techniques

E. H. Evans, J. A. Day, A. Fisher, W. J. Price, C. M. M. Smith and J. F. Tyson, J. Anal. At. Spectrom., 2004, 19, 775
DOI: 10.1039/B406011N

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