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Reducing Radio-frequency Interference Effects on Emission Spectrometer Outputs

Volume 37, Number 5 (Oct. 1983) Page 478-479

Kennedy, W.R.

Spark excitation, and especially high voltage spark excitation, creates radio-frequency waves of sufficient intensity to cause malfunctions in nearby computers and digital readouts. This is well known today.