Elemental determination of airborne particulate matter by XRF
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Multielement determination of airbone particulates collected on PTFE-membrane filters by XRF, and possibility of using this technique in Receptor Model analysis were investigated. In order to keep the background interference as low as possible, special emphasis was therefore laid on the setup of optimized analytical procedures for XRF measurement. An intercomparison between INAA and XRF methods was performed by analyzing the same filter samples.
KeywordsPhysical Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry Analytical Procedure INAA Filter Sample
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