Determination of Germanium Using the Constant Temperature D.C. Arc Method
Abstract:A technique for the spectrochemical determination of germanium in samples having varying matrices using Addink's Constant Temperature D C Arc Method is described. While the precision of the method is 11% (expressed as standard deviation), it is possible to analyze entirely different samples by means of a single working curve. The K-value for Ge 2651.18 is given in terms of Addink's K-values.
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Metallurgical Institute, Czechoslovak Academy of Science Prague 8, Czechoslovakia
Publication date: February 1, 1959
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