An Experimental Device for Atomic-Absorption Spectroscopy
Devices combining the functions of light source and resonance detection have been designed and constructed in an attempt to further simplify existing atomic-absorption systems. Absorption data for copper and nickel are presented. From our brief evaluation it is concluded that this combined hollow-cathode emission-resonance detector device can perform as the heart of a simple analytical system for atomic-absorption analysis.
KeywordsResonance Line Experimental Device Resonance Detection Concave Mirror Resonance Response
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