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FURNACE ATOMIZATION PLASMA EXCITATION SPECTROMETRY - EFFECTS OF SODIUM-CHLORIDE AND SODIUM-NITRATE ON LEAD AND SILVER EMISSION

TitleFURNACE ATOMIZATION PLASMA EXCITATION SPECTROMETRY - EFFECTS OF SODIUM-CHLORIDE AND SODIUM-NITRATE ON LEAD AND SILVER EMISSION
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1993
AuthorsHettipathirana, TD, Blades, MW
JournalJournal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry
Volume8
Pagination955-959
Date PublishedOct
Type of ArticleArticle
ISBN Number0267-9477
KeywordsATOMIC-ABSORPTION SPECTROMETRY, EASILY IONIZED ELEMENT, FAPES, FURNACE ATOMIZATION PLASMA EXCITATION SPECTROMETRY, GRAPHITE FURNACE, GRAPHITE-FURNACE, HELIUM PLASMA, INTERFERENCE, INTERFERENCES, PLATFORM, SPECTROSCOPY
Abstract

The effect of alkali halide and nitrate salts on the emission intensity from Ag and Pb, excited using furnace atomization plasma excitation spectrometry, has been studied. Compared with the emission signal obtained when there is no interferent, the presence of either NaNO3 or NaCl as a comcomitant in the sample causes an interference effect by decreasing the emission intensity over the power range 14-40 W.

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