Atomic emission spectroscopy is an indispencable technique which is used in industry for quantitative and qualitative analysis of elements in solid, liquid and gaseous samples. This book encompasses the basics of the method, the state of the art and practical applications (sampling, analysis, validation, etc). This publication is an excellent information source for analytical and research chemists who perform practical element measurements.
Bridges the gap between theory and practical use, addressing actual experimental issues. Written by practicing AES specialists. Contains numerous examples of industrial applications.
Dr. Heinz-Gerd Joosten; Prof. Dr. Alfred Golloch; Dr. Jörg Flock.