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Analysis of Gallium by Spark Source Mass Spectrometry

Volume 17, Number 2 (March 1963) Page 51-51

Wolstenholme, W.A.

Gallium (m.pt. 29.8°C) has been analysed by spark source mass spectrometry with the use of carbon as a supporting electrode for a globule of gallium (1). However, there is some evidence that liquid samples handled in this way show selective distillation of impurities and only semi-quantitative data can be given. Therefore, self supporting gallium electrodes are more desirable.