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There has been significant expansion in the application of atomic spectrographic techniques in recent years, which has brought with it the need to provide more flexible methods to a wider range of samples, particularly non-aqueous samples. This book compares the traditional and improved methods in the analysis of non-aqueous samples for elemental analyses by atomic emission spectroscopic methods whilst describing procedures that will attempt to improve sample preparation methods.Content: Chapter 1 A Practical Approach to Quantitative Metal Analysis of Organic Matrices Using ICP?OES5 (pages 1–19): Chapter 2 Instrumentations Associated with Atomic Spectroscopy (pages 21–58): Chapter 3 Methodologies of Metal Analysis of Organic Matrices Using ICP?OES (pages 59–106): Chapter 4 Analysis of Plastics, Fibres and Textiles for Metals Content Using ICP?OES (pages 107–132): Chapter 5 Metal Analysis of Virgin and Crude Petroleum Products (pages 133–160): Chapter 6 Metal Analysis of Structural Adhesives (pages 161–198): Chapter 7 Hyphenated and Miscellaneous Techniques Used with ICP?OES (pages 199–247):
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