Application of Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy in a Water-Pollution Control Program
The use of atomic absorption spectroscopy has allowed the Metropolitan Sanitary District of Greater Chicago to expand its stream surveillance and industrial-waste monitoring in the number of parameters measured per sample without any increase in professional personnel.
KeywordsAtomic Absorption Spectroscopy Drinking Water Standard Lanthanum Nitrate Automatic Data Processing Industrial Wastewater Discharge
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