Spectral Excitation with Stabilized Plasma Jets
It has been agreed for some years that further improvement in the precision of spectrographic analysis must await improvements in the excitation process. Photoelectric spectrometers are so perfected that their error contribution has been considered negligible.
KeywordsCathode Spot Needle Valve Uranium Hexafluoride External Electrode Cathode Assembly
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