Flow Injection Atomic Absorption Spectrometry: The Kinetics of Instrument Response.pdfJournal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry (1986)
The concept of dispersion coefficient is discussed with particular reference to flow injection atomic
absorption spectrometry where the detector contributes appreciably to the analytical signal characteristics.
Single- and parallel-tank models of instrument response are developed and critically examined. The progress
made to date by investigators of nebuliser performance is briefly reviewed prior to developing a
semi-empirical extended-tank model of instrument response. The capabilities of this model are explored by
deriving a set of equations for instrument response, and comparing the predictions with experimental results.
Agreement is generally good. Advantages of the modelling approach are discussed.
- Flow injection,
- atomic absorption,
- instrument response
Citation InformationJulian Tyson and John M. H. Appleton. "Flow Injection Atomic Absorption Spectrometry: The Kinetics of Instrument Response.pdf" Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry Vol. 1 (1986) p. 63
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