Developments in Applied Spectroscopy by Ursula M. Cowgill (auth.), L. R. Pearson, E. L. Grove (eds.)
By Ursula M. Cowgill (auth.), L. R. Pearson, E. L. Grove (eds.)
This quantity offers a suite of papers given on the sixteenth Mid -America Symposium on Spectroscopy held in Chicago, June 14-17, 1965. The Mid-America Symposium is subsidized every year through the Chicago part of the Society for utilized Spectroscopy in cooperation with the St. Louis, Niagara Frontier, Cleveland, Detroit, lndianapolis, and Milwaukee Sections of the Society and the Chicago gasoline Chromatography dialogue workforce. even if we confer with this assembly because the Mid-America Symposium, it maintains to draw attendance, curiosity, and inquiry from many components of the area. periods on lnfrared, Raman, Ultraviolet, obvious, Emis sion, Flame, Atomic Absorption, Nuclear Particle, Gamma Ray, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, X-Ray Spectroscopy, Spec troscopy, Spectrophosphorimetry, and gasoline Chromatography supplied fascinating papers related to either utilized and theo retical rules. This quantity keeps a sequence of the lawsuits initiated in 1961 and consists of a suite of 37 papers provided at this assembly. it's the opinion of the Symposium Committee that even if no longer an entire account of the lawsuits, ebook of this assortment as a reference is warranted. As editors of this quantity, we want to convey our gratitude to the authors who gave their effort and time in filing their manuscripts in order that this quantity may be released. The Symposium Committee, L. S. grey, W. Baer, Vivian Biske, W. Los eki , M. S. Wang, F. Leahy, J. L. Ogilvie, B. D.
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All material passed through 100 mesh. Total weights of the samples were approximately %g, though no effort was made to control these weights in a deliberate attempt to avoid ideal conditions. If the liquid used in slurrying has an insufficiently high viscosity, stirring speeds become critical. Water, for instance is much too fluid. For our experiments SAE-30 motor oil was found to be satisfactory. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION The averaged intensity ratios gave acceptable linearities, with probable errors of the order of 2%.
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Furthermore, the spectral lines of any elements of interest given by the X-ray fluorescence method are few in number and the interpretation of these lines is not as difficult as it is when other methods are used. Normally, samples taken for analysis require no modification or alteration, and analysis can be carried out rapidly .