Evaluation of the solid sampling technique for the determination of aluminium in biological materials by atomic absorption and atomic emission spectrometry
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Results for the determination of aluminium in several biological materials by atomic absorption and atomic emission spectrometry using the solid sampling technique in connection with a constant temperature furnace are given. A comparison was made with a dissolution procedure and good agreement was generally obtained. With the solid sampling technique it was possible to calibrate against aqueous standards and to achieve a precision of better than 10% r.s.d. for NBS 1577a Bovine Liver and IAEA H-4 Animal Muscle, providing that the sample mass was greater than 1.3 mg and that the peak area was evaluated. Laboratory air and the solid sampling procedure were identified as possible sources of contamination.
KeywordsAluminium Furnace Inorganic Chemistry Atomic Absorption Constant Temperature
Auswertung der Feststofftechnik für die Bestimmung von Aluminium in biologischen Materialien durch AAS und AES
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