Applications of Zeeman Graphite Furnace Atomic Absorption by C. Minoia, S. Caroli

By C. Minoia, S. Caroli

The publication goals at featuring an exhaustive survey of the purposes of Electrothermal Atomization Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (ETA-AAS) with Zeeman heritage correction in a number of fields. the original position performed by way of the approach in fixing vital analytical difficulties encountered at the present time is highlighted during the 29 chapters which make up this multiauthored paintings. the final photo that emerges from this number of contributions testifies to the adulthood reached via this instrumental technique and lays emphasis on its features, nonetheless unrivalled for lots of parts in phrases of
outstanding detection strength afforded and minimum quantities of pattern required.

After an introductory bankruptcy reviewing the key milestones of ETA-AAS over the a long time, with unique regard to the historical past and concept of the Zeeman impact and its use in heritage correction, the contributions which stick with are disbursed into 4 major different types, facing the research respectively of environmental samples, common waters, foodstuffs and specimens proper to medical and toxicological chemistry. The sizeable impression of the approach, as deduced from the literature released to this point, in addition to its destiny customers are defined within the ultimate paper.

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45) KOIZUMI H , YASUDA K, and KATAYAMA M. Atomic absorption spectrometry based on the polarization characteristics of the Zeeman effect. Anal. Chem, 1977; 49:1106-1112. 46) LAITINEN H. A. The seven ages of an analytical method. Anal. Chem, 1973; 45:2305. DETERMINATION OF TRACE ELEMENTS IN ENVIRONMENTAL MATRICES BY ZEEMAN GFAAS AND MATRIX MODIFICATION M. Bettinelli, U. Baroni, N. Pastorelli Central Laboratory, ENEL-DCO, Piacenza, Italy Summary Some examples are reported of practical applications of the Stabilized Temperature Platform Furnace (STPF) procedure and Zeeman background correction in the determination of trace elements in environmental matrices.

31) CHAKRABARTI C. , WU S:, and BERTELS P. C. Isothermal atomization from a platform in graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry. Spectrochim. Acta, 1983; 38B: 1041-1060. , and MANNING D. C. Graphite furnace interferences. A guide to the literature. Prog. Anal. At. Spectrosc. 1985; 5:243-340. , and CARNRICK G. R. A survey of applications of the stabilized temperature platform furnace and Zeeman correction. At. Spectrosc. 1985; 6:157-160. 34) KOIRTYOHANN S. , GIDDINS R. C, and TAYLOR H. E.

This is also the situation with a graphite furnace placed in a magnetic field for analyte concentration values lower than the one corresponding to the working curve reversal point. For concentration values above this threshold the time dependence of the absorbanee is characterized by the presence of two maxima. Figure 8 - Behavior of the absorbanee of the π and o± components with an increase in the analyte atom concentration and their effect on the calibration curve. With reference to Figure 7 it can be easily seen that for the analyte at the concentration C2 in the furnace, the instantaneous increase in the atomic concentration in the optical path produces an increase in Background correction by Zeeman effect 41 the absorbanee values until the value corresponding to attained and then a decrease until the maximum atomic concentration corresponding to C2 is reached.

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