Requirements associated with determinations near the limit of detection by sequential scanning inductively coupled plasma emission spectrometry are discussed. Strategies are suggested for overcoming potential difficulties, and analytical results generated using these strategies are
presented for EPA Water Pollution Quality Control Samples.
Instrumentation Laboratory, Inc., Analytical Instrument Division, One Burtt Road, Andover, Maine 01810
Publication date: September 1, 1983
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