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Название: Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry. Practices and Techniques
Автор: Taylor H.
"The Editor, Professor Steve Hill, states in the preface that the purpose was to produce a book that covers both theory and applications in a concise, informative and readable form. This has certainly been achieved and the book is a very welcome addition to the literature." "...The content is excellent. I am very pleased to have a copy of this book for my own use and it would be amongst my first-choice texts to recommend to students or those who have little or no previous experience of plasma source spectrometry." — B. L. Sharp, Department of Chemistry, Loughborough University, TRENDS IN ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY,Vol.19, No.8, August 2000
"...well-written and easy to read...a good introduction to ICP-MS." — John W. Olesik, Ohio State Univ., Journal of American Society of Mass Spectrometry
Content: About the Author, Page xi Chapter 1 - Introduction, Pages 1-5 Chapter 2 - Atomic Structure, Pages 7-13 Chapter 3 - Inductively Coupled Plasmas, Pages 15-27 Chapter 4 - Instrumentation, Pages 29-51 Chapter 5 - Sample Introduction, Pages 53-90 Chapter 6 - Special Techniques, Pages 91-101 Chapter 7 - Quantitation Techniques, Pages 103-123 Chapter 8 - Interferences, Pages 125-142 Chapter 9 - Optimization, Pages 143-148 Chapter 10 - Figures of Merit, Pages 149-160 References, Pages 161-162 Appendix 1 - Table of Elements with Atomic Number, Weights, and First and Second Ionization Potentials, Pages 163-165 Appendix 2 - Isotopic Composition of the Elements, Pages 167-173 Appendix 3 - Prominent Polyatomic Interferences Applicable for ICP-MS Determinations, Pages 175-178 Appendix 4 - Table of Student's t Distribution, Page 179 Appendix 5 - Certified Standard Reference Materials Available from the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology and the National Research Council of Canada, Pages 181-186 Appendix 6 - Supplemental References, Pages 187-287 Index, Pages 289-294