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ISBN 9780849328176
Published December 10, 2003 by Blackwell
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Book Description

Atomic spectroscopy techniques form an essential part of any elemental analysis laboratory. This book gathers together under one cover the most important techniques of atomic spectroscopy currently available. Each chapter presents the key principles of a technique, describes the associated instrumentation, and discusses representative applications.

Atomic Spectroscopy in Elemental Analysis begins with a chapter on method validation relevant to all of the techniques discussed later. Each chapter that follows focuses on a particular technique and was contributed by an expert in that area. Inductively coupled plasma atomic emission (ICP-AES), glow discharge optical emission (GD-OES), microwave plasma atomic emission, X-ray fluorescence (XRF), electrothermal atomic absorption, and flame atomic absorption spectroscopy all receive due attention. The final chapter on chemometrics considers experiment design, multivariate statistics, and data analysis as they apply to atomic spectroscopy.

Atomic Spectroscopy in Elemental Analysis is a one-stop resource for atomic spectroscopy techniques, instrumentation, and applications that anyone working in the field of elemental analysis will want on their reference shelf.

Table of Contents

METHOD VALIDATION FOR ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY, Michael Cullen and Vicki Barwick
The Process
Create the Validation Plan
Precision
Bias
Ruggedness
Limit of Detection, Limit of Quantification and Selectivity
The Working Range and Linearity
Equipment Qualification
Assessment of Uncertainty
Has the Method Met the Requirements set out in the Validation Plan?
INDUCTIVELY COUPLED PLASMA MASS SPECTROMETRY, Ed McCurdy and Don Potter
History and Development
Instrumentation
Operation
Applications
INDUCTIVELY COUPLED PLASMA ATOMIC EMISSION SPECTROMETRY, Stephen J. Hill and Andrew Fisher
Theory
Instrumentation
Applications
Alternative Plasmas
Chemometrics and Data Manipultion
Conclusions
ANALYTICAL GLOW DISCHARGES, Norbert Jakubowski, Annemie Bogaerts, and Volker Hoffmann
Basic Principles of the Analytical GD
Glow Discharge Optical Emission Spectroscopy
Glow Discharge Mass Spectrometry
Conclusion
MICROWAVE PLASMA ATOMIC EMISSION SPECTROSCOPY, Peter C. Uden
Microwave-Induced Plasmas (MIP)
MIPS as Chromatographic Detectors
GC-AED Detection of Non-Metallic Elements
GC-AED Detection of Metallic Elements
Isotope Detection by GC-AED
Analytical Derivatization in GC-AED
Liquid and Supercritical Fluid Chromatographic Applications of AED Detection
The Role and Future Development of MIP-AED Chromatographic Detection
X-RAY FLUORESCENCE ANALYSIS (XRD), Bruno Vrebos
Physics of X-Ray Absorption and Excitation
Prinicipal Components of Wavelength Dispersive SRF Sepctrometers
Prinicpal Components of EDS
Applications
Notes on Specimen Preparation
Conclusion
ELECTROTHERMAL ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROMETRY, Albert Kh. Gilmutdinov
Graphite Atomizers
Graphite Furnace Analysis
Electrothermal Atomization
Interferences in Graphite Furnace AAS
The Relative Merits of ETAAS
FLAME ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY, INCLUDING HYDRIDE GENERATION AND COLD VAPOR TECHNIQUES, Julian F. Tyson and Emily Yourd
Basic Principles
How do FAAS Instruments Work
Instruments for Hydride Generation
Instruments for Cold Vapor Mercury Determination
Instruments for AFS
Limitations to Performance
How to get the Right Answer?
Some Practical Points
Sample Preparation Issues
Representative Applications
CHEMOMETRICS IN ELEMENTAL ANALYSIS, Michael J. Adams and Melissa J. Romeo
Experimental Design and Optimization
Multi-Variate Statistics
Exploratory Data Analysis
Discriminant Analysis
Calibration Models
Conclusion

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