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Analysis of high-purity water by flameless atomic-absorption spectroscopy. Part II. Signal integration with a non-resonance line correction system for spurious absorption phenomena

Abstract

A polychromator has been used in conjunction with a multi-channel integration system and an automatic sample injection unit in graphite-tube flameless atomic-absorption spectroscopy. The precision of the system has been evaluated at high and low absorbances, and its ability to compensate for spurious absorption and variable volatility effects examined.

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Analyst, 1973,98, 329-334
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Analysis of high-purity water by flameless atomic-absorption spectroscopy. Part II. Signal integration with a non-resonance line correction system for spurious absorption phenomena

C. J. Pickford and G. Rossi, Analyst, 1973, 98, 329
DOI: 10.1039/AN9739800329

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