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The optical density of spectral lines emitted during the spark or arc excitation of a sample may vary during the time of the exposure. It is useful to know whether this variation occurs for an element being analyzed, and to adjust the exposure conditions accordingly.
Technical Center, Ferro Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio
Publication date: February 1, 1957
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