Inductively Coupled Plasmas in Analytical Atomic Spectrometry. 2nd Revised and Enlarged Edition

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  • 1040 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Inductively Coupled Plasmas in Analytical Atomic Spectrometry Second Edition Edited by Akbar Montaser and D.W. Golightly Inductively Coupled Plasmas in Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, 2nd Edition, is the broadest source of information on analytical ICP spectrometry available in a coherent, single volume. Renowned contributors define theory, diagnostics, models, instrumentation and applications and discuss atomic emission, atomic fluorescence and mass spectrometries based on ICP sources for atomization, excitation and ionization. Following the successful first edition, this newest version improves upon excellence. It is significantly revised and expanded to give broader coverage of fundamental parameters, mathematical models of ICPs and applications and current of ICP–MS. Keeping on top of this steadily growing field of analytical ICP spectrometry, this new edition is a comprehensive modern benchmark for the researcher, the practicing analyst and the laboratory manager.
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From the Contents:

Unit I: Atomic Emission Spectrometry with the Inductively Coupled Plasma: Basic Concepts in Atomic Spectroscopy ∗

Instrumentation for Optical Emission Spectrometry ∗

Common RF Generators, Torches, and Sample Introduction Systems ∗

Analytical Performance of Inductively Coupled Plasma –

Atomic Emission Spectrometry ∗

Spectral Interferences and Line Selection in Plasma Emission Spectrometry ∗

High–Resolution Plasma Spectrometry ∗

Fundamental Properties of Inductively Coupled Plasmas ∗

Spectroscopic Reference Data ∗

Analytical Applications of Inductively Coupled Plasma Atomic Spectrometry

Unit II: Complementary ICP Techniques: Analytical Applications of Inductively Coupled Plasma as an Atomization Cell for Atomic Fluorescence Spectrometry ∗

Inductively Coupled Plasma –

Mass Spectrometry ∗

Fundamental Aspects of Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry ∗

Analytical Applications of Inductively Coupled Plasma–Mass Spectrometry

Unit III: Focus on Sample Introduction, Plasma Generation, and Mathematical Modelling: Liquid Sample Introduction into Plasmas ∗

Introduction of Solids into Plasmas ∗

Injection of Gaseous Samples into Plasmas ∗

Low–Gas–Flow Torches for ICP Spectrometry ∗

Inductively Coupled Plasmas in Gases Other Than Argon ∗

Mathematical Modelling of the Inductively Coupled Plasmas
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Akbar Montaser, PhD, is a professor in the Department of Chemistry at George Washington University.
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