Atomic absorption spectrometry: vapor generation

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Book titleEncyclopedia of Analytical Science, 2nd ed.
Pages180190; # of pages: 11
SubjectVapor generation; trace metal analysis; electrochemical vapor generation; photochemical vapor generation; sonochemical vapor generation; thermochemical vapor generation; chemical vapor generation; sodium tetrahydroborate; tin chloride; covalent hydrides; mercury vapor; atomic absorption; emission; fluorescence and mass spectrometry
AbstractGeneration of covalent hydrides and elemental mercury useful for enhancing the sample introduction efficiency and detection power of analytical atomic spectroscopy is described. Reduction using various chemical, thermochemical and photochemical techniques is considered and the resultant enhanced performance summarized along with a consideration of interferences and mechanisms of production and atomization. The techniques may be employed in batch, continuous and flow injection formats when interfaced to atomic absorption, emission, fluorescence and mass spectrometry detection platforms.
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PublisherAcademic Press
AffiliationNRC Institute for National Measurement Standards; National Research Council Canada
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NRC number230
NPARC number8900426
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