Published Online: 01 May 1984
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Introducing the emulsion of an oil into the flame of an atomic absorption spectrophotometer, instead of introducing the solution of the oil or ash extract, may afford an advantage. A number of these “emulsification” procedures are summarized schematically.
Engineer (Trieste) and certified chemist (GEELONG), Victoria,
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