Published: Jan 2011
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An analytical revolution in the area of metals determination took place in the mid-fifties when Sir Alan Walsh of CSIRO, Melbourne, Australia, invented the technique of atomic absorption spectrometry (AAS) . Until then, metals had to be determined by the tedious, labor-intensive, and time-consuming techniques of wet chemistry separations and gravimetric, titrimetric, or colorimetric measurements.
Nadkarni, R. A. Kishore
Millennium Analytics, INC., East Brunswick, New Jersey
Paper ID: MONO10108M