A Versatile Electronic Computer for Photoelectric Spectrochemical Analysis
Abstract:An electronic system has been designed with which it is possible to make dynamic background corrections by modifying existing commercial direct-reading equipment. The resulting linear curves make practical the use of simple electronic analog computation equipment to automatically calculate analytical values. The design and use of a versatile computer to carry out this function is described. Its application to the spectrochemical analysis of clamshells for Ba, Mn, Na, and Sr is presented.
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Analytical Chemistry Division Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge, Tennessee; present address: Jarrell-Ash Co, Newtonville, Mass.
Publication date: January 1, 1964
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