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J. 141, 293 (1965). J. S. Cartwright, G Sebens and D. G Manning, At. Absorption Newsletter, 5, 91 (1966). 37 I. Yu. Y. Slavenas, Opt. i Spek. 16, 390 (1964). 38 P. F. Gruzdev, Opt. i Spek. 24, 860 (1968). 39 B. J. Russel, J. P. Shelton and A. Walsh, Spectrochim. Acta. 8, 317 (1957). 4 0 Β. V. L'vov, Opt. i Spek. 28, 18 (1970). 41 Β. V. L'vov and A. D . Khartsyzov, Zh. Prikl. Spektr. 11, 413 (1969). 36 34 NON-FLAME CELLS IN ATOMIC FLUORESCENCE SPECTROMETRY J. D . A. , to minimize compound formation and maintaining a fairly low temperature to minimize ionization.

V. L'vov, Spectrochim. Acta, 24B, 53 (1969). Β. V. L'vov, Atomno-Absorptsionny SpektraVny Analiz (Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy). Nauka: Moscow (1966). D. A. Katskov and Β. V. L'vov, Zh. Prikl. Spektr. 10, 867 (1969). D. A. Katskov, G. G. Lebedev and Β. V. L'vov, Zh. Prikl. Spektr. 10, 215 (1969). Β. V. L'vov and A. D. Khartsyzov, Zh. Analyt. , Mosk. 25, 1401 (1970). Β. V. L'vov and A. D. Khartsyzov, Zh. Analyt. , Mosk. 24,936 (1969). A. Walsh, Appl. Optics, 7,1259 (1968). Β. V. L'vov, Opt.

More recently variations of the graphite furnace for atomic absorption 14 1 5 16 17 spectrometry have been described by L'vov , by Massman and by 18 2 0 17 21 Woodriff . Massman and West and Williams have also used modifications of the graphite furnace for atomic fluorescence studies. Other methods of producing an atomic vapour in non-flame cells have 22 2 6 ; the use of involved : the use of cathodic sputtering in hollow cathodes 27 laser generated plasma above a solid surface ; and the use of rapid vaporization of thin solid materials by an intense flash of radiation from a capacitor 28 31 discharge l a m p " .

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