Use of a Vacuum Cup Electrode for Spark Emission Spectrographic Analysis of Plant Tissue
Emission spectrographers have used many different methods to get a homogeneous sample into the analytical gap [1-9], Many other works could be cited, but these should suffice to show the great number of techniques that are or have been used for this purpose.
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