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Volume 24, Number 2 (April 1970) Page 301-301
Adams, P.B.; Goodrich, E.C.; Sterlace, J.S.
Trace spectrochemical methods often involve evaporation of a solvent on the tip of a graphite electrode to concentrate the sample. An ir lamp is commonly employed. We have devised an alternate method.