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Interferences Associated with the Determination of Calcium by Atomic Absorption
Volume 20, Number 4 (Aug. 1966) Page 214-218
Dickson, Richard E.; Johnson, C.M.
The determination of calcium in solution by atomic absorption is quite satisfactory, provided that potential interferences are overcome. Ionization enhancements and refractory-compound formations are the most important interferences found in the analysis for calcium. Protecting agents and the method of additions can both be used to overcome these interferences.