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Issue 1094, 1967

Determination of trace amounts of magnesium, strontium and nickel in lake-water samples by neutron-activation analysis

Abstract

Neutron-activation analysis has been used to determine magnesium, strontium and nickel in water from eleven Greek lakes. The elements were separated by an isolation procedure (taking up to 30 minutes); the magnesium and strontium were determined by γ-spectrometry, and the nickel by β-co-incidence counting. The ranges found were 11 to 31 p.p.m. of magnesium, 0·02 to 1·12 p.p.m. of nickel and 0·07 to 0·48 p.p.m. of strontium.

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Analyst, 1967,92, 300-304
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Paper

Determination of trace amounts of magnesium, strontium and nickel in lake-water samples by neutron-activation analysis

A. G. Souliotis, E. P. Belkas and A. P. Grimanis, Analyst, 1967, 92, 300 DOI: 10.1039/AN9679200300

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