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Electrodeposition on a Filament with Subsequent Thermal Atomization Followed by Excitation for Spectroscopic Analysis

Volume 23, Number 1 (Feb. 1969) Page 38-40

Woodriff, Ray; Siemer, Duane

Radio-frequency gas discharge excitation was applied to traces of silver plated onto a filament and subsequently evaporated into a stream of helium. Sensitivity of approximately 2x10−2 ng and a coefficient of variation of about 7% were achieved. The optimization of operating parameters and the effect of copper upon silver emission were also studied.