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Performance of Some Regenerated Hollow Cathode Lamps for Atomic Absorption Spectrometry

Volume 36, Number 4 (Aug. 1982) Page 452-453

Parker, W.C.; Lozada, R.; LaBrecque, J.J.

Some preliminary results are reported for recuperated hollow cathode lamps in a demountable system as used in atomic absorption spectrometry. The lamps recuperated consisted of the following elements: magnesium, aluminum, chromium, copper, zinc, and selenium. Each lamp was cut open, modified according to its requirements, and mounted in a demountable system. The sensitivities and emission spectra of each lamp were compared with their commercial equivalent.