3531125520 - Atomic Spectroscopy Atomic Spectroscopy...

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tomic Spectroscopy Atomic Spectroscopy Lecture # 19 Dec. 21 st 2008 ec , 008
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uantitative Techniques Quantitative Techniques • Analyses are based upon calibration curves involving a plot of absorbance vs. concentration of standards that have been prepared to mimic solutions of the sample. • Analyses should not be based on the measurement f a ingle standard of a single standard . Standard addition methods are used extensively compensate the differences between the to compensate the differences between the composition of the standards and the unknowns.
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lame Emission Spectroscopy Flame Emission Spectroscopy can provide ualitative nd • It can provide qualitative and quantitative information about an analyte. • It has found a widespread application I elemental analysis. Most important analytes : Most important samples : – Biological fluids and tissues
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ES dvantages over AS FES advantages over FAS Flame emission spectroscopy is useful for qualitative
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