ICP Spectrometry and Its Applications / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- Taylor & Francis
ICP Spectrometry and Its Applications provides an up-to-date resource for researchers and professionals in academia and industry. Directed at analytical chemists, environmental scientists, geochemists, and earth scientists, the book outlines ICP-MS as well as applications of plasma spectrometry in environmental analysis, earth science, and food science.
Table of Contents
Introduction, S. Greenfield, Consulting Analytical Chemist, Falmouth, United Kingdom Fundamental Principles of Inductively Coupled Plasmas, J.M. Fermet, University of Lyon, France Instrumentation for ICP-AES, S.J. Hill and A. Fisher, University of Plymouth, United Kingdom Aerosol Generation and Sample Transport in Plasma Spectrometry, R.F. Browner, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta Fundamental Aspects of ICP-MS, N. Jakubowski, Institut für Spektrochemie und Angewandte Spektroskopie, Dortmund, Germany Uses of Isotope Ratio in ICP-MS, L. Moens, University of Gent, Belgium Alternative Types of Plasma and Sample Introduction, S.J. Hill E.H. Evans, and G. O'Connor, University of Plymouth, United Kingdom Environmental Applications of Plasma Spectrometry, J. A. Caruso, University of Cincinnati, Ohio Application of Plasma Spectrometry to Earth Science, D.L. Miles, British Geological Survey, Keyworth, Nottingham, United Kingdom Application of Plasma Spectrometry to Food Science, P. Robb, CSL Food Science Laboratory, Norwich, United Kingdom References Index