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  • Author:
    Akbar Montaser,D. W. Golightly
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    089573334X
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    978-0895733344
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    VCH Publishers; 1st edition (1987)
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    660 pages
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660 pages; b&w figures throughout; . x . inches. Seller Inventory 17914. The principle of the use of Inductively Coupled Plasma Atomic Emission Spectrometry (ICP-AES) in current analytical chemistry is the effective atomisation and excitation of sample analyses in the powerful plasma conditions and the subsequent determination of them by monitoring their emitted characteristic atomic spectra. This book presents the principles and the operational aspects of the techniques and capabilities of ICP-AES in the analysis of a variety of sample matrices by a selection of applications.

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This book describes inductively coupled plasmas (ICPs) and the various ways in which they are used for analysis. There are 16 separate chapters written by experts in each particular area. Each chapter dwells on one of many diverse topics such as plasma generation, spectroscopic measurement techniques, sample introduction, spectral interferences, line selection, and diagnostic studies and fundamental characteristics.

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Spectrometry, Second. 00,984 pp VCH Publishers,New York. ductively coupled plasma (ICP) as a vaporization and excitation source for atomic emission spectrometry (. ICP, AES) and as a vaporization and ionization source for inorganic mass spectrometry (. These two techniques, commercialized in 1974 and 1983, re-spectively, have revolutionized the field of trace ele-ment analysis over the past 20 years.

Renowned contributors define theory, diagnostics, models, instrumentation and applications and discuss atomic emission, atomic fluorescence and mass spectrometries based on ICP sources for atomization, excitation and ionization.

The broadest available source of information on inductively coupled plasma spectrometry for elemental analysis; discusses concisely and lucidly important aspects of ICP-atomic emission, ICP-atomic fluorescence, and ICP-mass spectrometries; documents the theory, principles, diagnostics, instrumentation, performance, and analytical applications of ICP spectrometry. Edited by Akbar Montaser and D.W. Golightly. 660 pages; b&w figures throughout; 6.5 x 9.5 inches.