This classic text remains an invaluable source of information both on the fundamentals and application of atomic absorption and fluorescence spectroscopy. The book deals in detail with the individual components of the instrumentation including sources, atom cells, dispersive devices etc. Sufficient fundamental theory is presented to avoid a misleading and oversimplified approach but the emphasis in the text is placed on the practise of the techniques for analysis. The book contains 14 authoritative chapters, is clearly illustrated and has a comprehensive subject index. The section dealing with elements and applications data is superb, and provides a comprehensive data source for the modern analyst.
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