3504888280 - Atomic Spectroscopy Lecture # 15-16 Dec. 2nd,...

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Atomic Spectroscopy Lecture # 15-16 ec nd 008 Dec. 2 , 2008
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3. Atomic Spectroscopy Atomic Spectra: emission and absorption spectra Atomic spectroscopy based upon flame atomization Flame atomizers Properties of flames Types of flames used in atomic spectroscopy he effects of flame temperature The effects of flame temperature Absorption and emission spectra in flames Ionization in flames
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Flame atomic absorption spectroscopy Line width: Line broadening Spectral line sources: hollow-cathode lamps, electrodeless discharge lamps Source modulation Instruments for atomic absorption spectroscopy: photometers and spectrophotometers Interferences: Spectral, chemical, ionization interferences Applications in quantitative analysis Flame emission spectroscopy Instruments Interferences Applications Atomic spectroscopy with electrothermal atomizers Atomic emission methods based on plasma sources: Inductively coupled plasma Direct current argon plasma
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tomic Spectroscopy Atomic Spectroscopy ualitative Determination for > 0 lements Qualitative Determination for >70 elements.
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