By M. L. Parsons, B. W. Smith, G. E. Bentley (auth.)
Analytical flame spectroscopy is a wealthy and becoming disci pline, rooted within the vast fields of physics and chemistry. Its functions abound not just in those huge components, but additionally thrive within the geosciences, fabrics technological know-how, and medical and biochemical research. As an inevitable corollary of the field's development, the scientist trying to boost a fluent services has been pressured to assimilate and grasp a speedily expanding volume of data. Our guiding desire in growing the current paintings has for this reason been to supply the investigator with a unmarried reference resource for almost the entire fabric ever more likely to be required within the day-by-day behavior of easy or utilized study. Flame spectroscopy isn't a brand new analytical box. It has visible not less than 3 significant eras, in every one of which a lot new details was once built - the Bunsen-Kirchhoff years, the Beckman D. U. years, and at last the atomic absorption years. within the Bunsen-Kirchhoff period, a number of new components have been chanced on. in the course of the Beckman years - approximately the entire early flame emission facts have been taken on changed Beckman D. U. spectrometers - hint steel research for the alkaline metals and for plenty of alkaline earth parts reached a brand new excessive (low?) - the elements in line with million point. extra lately, hint steel research has quite often accomplished a brand new adulthood with the arrival of atomic absorption research, which used to be co-discovered by means of C. Th. J. Alkemade and Alan Walsh in 1955.
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L Selected Reference Works in Atomic Spectroscopy F. Burriel-Martl & J. Ramlerz-Munoz, "Flame Photometry," Elsevier, New York, 1957. J. A. Dean, "Flame Photometry," McGraw-Hill, New York, 1960. R. Herrmann & C. Th. J. Alkemade, "Chemical Analysis by Flame Photometry," Trans. P. T. Gilbert, Interscience, New York, 1963. R. Mavrodineanu & H. Boiteux, "Flame Spectroscopy," Wiley, New York, 1965. E. Pungor, "Flame Photometric Theory," Van Nostrand, London, 1967. W. T. Elwell & J. A. F. Gidley, "Atomic Absorption Spectrometry," Pergamon, New York, 1966.
Rains, & in "Flame Emission and Atomic Absorption Spectrometry," Vol. 2, Marcel Dekker, New York, 1971, pp. 327-341. 24 CHAPTER I Experimental Parameter Settings In the flame techniques there are several independent parameters which can be adjusted for maximum response; these can be optimized independently from all other parameters. 4a. Independent parameters are obviously the best kind in that when the values of all other parameters are varied, there is no effect on the optimum value of the independent variable.
Some burner systems have parameters such as orifice adjustments, heated chamber systems, etc. If so, these are valid interdependent parameters. 9. With the filament or furnace systems, the time for each heating cycle (drying, ashing, and atomization, each is an interdependent variable for each sample matrix as well as the power (temperature) for each. Reference: M. L. Parsons & J. D. Winefordner, Appl. , 21, 368 (1967) • BASIC INTRODUCTION B. 27 SCIENTIFIC LITERATURE OF FLAME SPECTROSCOPY It is the intent of this section to provide the flame spectroscopist with a general feel for the literature in the field.
Handbook of Flame Spectroscopy by M. L. Parsons, B. W. Smith, G. E. Bentley (auth.)