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Fresenius' Journal of Analytical Chemistry

, Volume 343, Issue 9–10, pp 788–793 | Cite as

Applications of microwave digestion technique for elemental analyses

  • H. -M. Kuss
Symposium Papers

Summary

The acceptance of microwave digestion technique is based on procedures successfully carried out for most different kinds of samples. It is not only the knowledge of the mechanisms how microwaves interact with the material scientists deal with but more the experimental procedures for the most efficiently reagents attack. The goals of this paper are to gather all informations concerning applications of microwave digestion methods for elemental analysis and to review the results obtained by selecting several groups of materials digested.

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Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Microwave Inorganic Chemistry Material Scientist 
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  • H. -M. Kuss
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  1. 1.Department of Analytical ChemistryUniversity DuisburgDuisburgFederal Republic of Germany

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