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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 " .