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Development and investigation of microwave plasma techniques in analytical atomic spectrometry
Qinhan, J.; Yixiang, D.; Olivares, J.A.
Investigations into mild conditions for reduction of Se(VI) to Se(IV) and for hydride generation in determination of selenium by direct current plasma atomic emission spectrometry
Brindle, I.D.; Lugowska, E.
Factorial optimization of data acquisition factors for lead isotope ratio determination by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry
Quetel, C.R.; Thomas, B.; Donard, O.F.X.; Grousset, F.E.
Speciation of chromium using reversed phase-high performance liquid chromatography coupled to different spectrometric detection methods
Andrle, C.M.; Jakubowski, N.; Broekaert, J.A.C.
Measurement of Ll/Lα intensity ratios for elements in the region 57 =< Z =< 92 by a Si(Li) detector
Three-dimensional density profiles of sputtered atoms and ions in a direct current glow discharge: experimental study and comparison with calculations
Bogaerts, A.; Wagner, E.; Smith, B.W.; Winefordner, J.D.; Pollmann, D.; Harrison, W.W.; Gijbels, R.
Three-dimensional density profiles of argon metastable atoms in a direct current glow discharge: experimental study and comparison with calculations
Bogaerts, A.; Guenard, R.D.; Smith, B.W.; Winefordner, J.D.; Harrison, W.W.; Gijbels, R.
Ion deposition experiments as a tool for the study of the spatial distribution of analyte ions in the second vacuum stage of an inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometer
Chen, Y.; Farnsworth, P.B.
Atomization efficiencies for indium and tin from different atomizer surfaces in graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry
Yang, W.; Ni Z.-m.
Application of inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometry in analytical control of single crystals of potassium titanylphosphate: spectral interferences, line selection, detection limits and trace element determination
Daskalova, N.; Velichkov, S.; Slavova, P.; Ivanova, E.; Aleksieva, L.
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