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Nonmetals

  • Paul T. Gilbert
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This chapter will cover the detection and determination of the elements hydrogen, boron, carbon, silicon, nitrogen, phosphorus, arsenic, oxygen, sulfur, selenium, tellurium, the halogens and the noble gases by direct emission flame spectroscopy. The term direct means that the observed light is emitted by a species containing the analyte; examples are C, C2 and CH for carbon, CuCl for chlorine. The term spectroscopy will include every means of detecting or measuring the light from the flame; after all, every practical photodetector, including the eye, is spectrally selective. In some recent methods for nonmetals, the photodetector views the flame directly, receiving its whole spectrum.

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  • Paul T. Gilbert
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  1. 1.Beckman Instruments, Inc.Palo AltoUSA

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