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Themed collection Analytical atomic spectrometry in Central and Eastern Europe

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Editorial

A glance at achievements in analytical atomic spectrometry in Central and Eastern Europe

Guest Editors, Pawel Pohl and Jiri Dedina, highlight the papers in the Analytical Atomic Spectrometry in Central and Eastern Europe web themed issue.

Graphical abstract: A glance at achievements in analytical atomic spectrometry in Central and Eastern Europe
Critical Review

The present state of coupling of dispersive liquid–liquid microextraction with atomic absorption spectrometry

The article offers an overview of the present state of coupling of dispersive liquid–liquid microextraction with atomic spectrometry.

Graphical abstract: The present state of coupling of dispersive liquid–liquid microextraction with atomic absorption spectrometry
Critical Review

Bulgarian analytical atomic spectroscopists in the new millennium—integrated in the European research area

Selected contributions on AAS, AFS, ICP techniques and hyphenated methods in the new millennium co-authored by Bulgarian analysts are presented.

Graphical abstract: Bulgarian analytical atomic spectroscopists in the new millennium—integrated in the European research area
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Studies on archaeological gold items found in Romanian territory using X-Ray-based analytical spectrometry

This paper presents investigations on museum objects to supplement previous work on archaeological and alluvial gold by X-ray based spectrometry.

Graphical abstract: Studies on archaeological gold items found in Romanian territory using X-Ray-based analytical spectrometry
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Spectroscopic evaluation of a low power atmospheric pressure mixed argon–helium microwave induced plasma combined with the chemical generation of volatile species for the optical emission spectrometric determination of arsenic, antimony and mercury

Spectroscopic and analytical characteristics of a mixed Ar–He microwave induced plasma (MIP) were examined for its usefulness in the determination of As, Sb and Hg using chemical vapor generation (CVG) of these elements.

Graphical abstract: Spectroscopic evaluation of a low power atmospheric pressure mixed argon–helium microwave induced plasma combined with the chemical generation of volatile species for the optical emission spectrometric determination of arsenic, antimony and mercury
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Characterization and mutual comparison of new electrolytic cell designs for hydride generation-atomic absorption spectrometry with a quartz tube atomizer using Se as a model analyte and 75Se as a radioactive indicator

Electrolytic cells of three construction types were designed and their potential for hydride generation AAS was tested.

Graphical abstract: Characterization and mutual comparison of new electrolytic cell designs for hydride generation-atomic absorption spectrometry with a quartz tube atomizer using Se as a model analyte and 75Se as a radioactive indicator
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Selective generation of substituted arsines-cryotrapping-atomic absorption spectrometry for arsenic speciation analysis in N-methylglucamine antimonate

Hydride generation-cryotrapping-gas chromatography-atomic absorption spectrometry (HG-CT-AAS) was applied for arsenic speciation analysis in an injectable drug, N-methylglucamine antimonate.

Graphical abstract: Selective generation of substituted arsines-cryotrapping-atomic absorption spectrometry for arsenic speciation analysis in N-methylglucamine antimonate
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A novel analytical system with a capacitively coupled plasma microtorch and a gold filament microcollector for the determination of total Hg in water by cold vapour atomic emission spectrometry

A miniaturized system with capacitively coupled plasma for Hg determination (ng L−1) using CV preconcentration on a gold microcollector is presented.

Graphical abstract: A novel analytical system with a capacitively coupled plasma microtorch and a gold filament microcollector for the determination of total Hg in water by cold vapour atomic emission spectrometry
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Unmodified manganese ferrite nanoparticles as a new sorbent for solid-phase extraction of trace metal–APDC complexes followed by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry analysis

A simultaneous solid-phase extraction of metal–APDC complexes onto unmodified magnetic MnFe2O4 nanoparticles was developed and applied for ICP-MS analysis of human urine.

Graphical abstract: Unmodified manganese ferrite nanoparticles as a new sorbent for solid-phase extraction of trace metal–APDC complexes followed by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry analysis
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In situ collection of volatile silver species in a new modular quartz tube atomizer for atomic absorption spectrometry

A novel modular design of the quartz tube atomizer (QTA) is employed for collection of volatile Ag species directly in the optical tube (i.e. in situ). Collection efficiency under optimized conditions is excellent, reaching nearly 100%.

Graphical abstract: In situ collection of volatile silver species in a new modular quartz tube atomizer for atomic absorption spectrometry
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Highlighting the achievements in analytical atomic and mass spectrometry made by the researchers from Central and Eastern Europe.

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