Journal of Applied Spectroscopy

, Volume 21, Issue 3, pp 1141–1144 | Cite as

The use of atomic-absorption spectroscopy to study the reaction of aluminum oxide with carbon and to investigate the high-temperature processes of volatilization and diffusion of aluminum in refractory metals

  • N. V. Bodrov
  • G. I. Nikolaev


Oxide Aluminum Spectroscopy Analytical Chemistry Molecular Structure 
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  • N. V. Bodrov
  • G. I. Nikolaev

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