3-3-08 - Electrons always want to go back to its resting...

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3/3/08 Atomic absorption Flame Commonly used for gunshot residue Flameless Review All stuff in margins Trace elements Case on JFK Emission spectra Atomic absorption Flame Advantages Disadvantages Can only do one element at a time Flameless Advantages More sensitive Expand upper and lower limits Disadvantages Nothing about plasma ICP Atomic theory Parts of an atom Structure of an element What happens when an electron gets kicked out of orbit? When it comes back?
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Unformatted text preview: Electrons always want to go back to its resting phase/state Plancks constant E=hf What is an isotope? 3 chormatop types GC Moving phase Gas Fixed stages Columns HPLC Moving phase Liquid Fixed stages columns TLC Not instrumental Moving phase Sheet Fixed stages Glass plate is silicon gel...
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course CRJ 305 taught by Professor Emanuel during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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