Anderson, Charles H.
Research Chemist, The Babcock & Wilcox Co., Alliance, Ohio
Pages: 19 Published: Jan 1960
The principles of conventional light-emission spectroscopy, flame photometry, and X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy are reviewed briefly as they apply to the determination of elements present in a water-formed deposit. Each field is discussed from the point of view of its applications, its advantages, and its limitations. New developments in each field are also discussed.
Paper ID: STP46308S