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Indirect atomic absorption in toxicology

  • A. V. Kovatsis

Abstract

In the past decade there has been considerable progress in atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS), a method which may be divided into direct and indirect techniques. This division is due to the fact that at the outset the technique was applicable only in metallic analysis, AAS then being (as it still is) a very convenient method for the direct determination of metals.

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