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Flow Injection Analysis

  • Bo Karlberg
Part of the Modern Analytical Chemistry book series (volume 2)

Abstract

Applied analytical chemistry presents fascinating logistic problems involving the full procedure of how the sample passes through different treatment stages and finally arrives at an appropriate detector. Many of these stages are analytically trivial, for instance, filtration and dilution, while other stages may comprise complicated separation procedures. The requirements set on the method should be relevant to the purpose for which the analytical result is intended. This means that there must exist a dialogue between the consumer and the producer of the analytical results to guarantee that optimum methods are applied. Selectivity, economy, health aspects, accuracy, and precision are given components in this dialogue. However, it happens rather frequently that a misunderstanding, or even lack of a dialogue, leads to the use of a far more sophisticated method than is necessary for a set of samples.

Keywords

Flow Cell Flow Injection Analysis Sample Plug Flow Injection Analysis System Carrier Stream 
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