Atomic Fluorescence Determination of Mercury in Fresh Water Ecosystems. Article in Journal of Automatic Chemistry, Volume 17, Number 2 (March-April 1995).
Atomic Fluorescence Determination of Mercury in Fresh Water Ecosystems. Article in Journal of Automatic Chemistry, Volume 17, Number 2 (March-April 1995). (Number of pages: 1) (Publication Size: 6KB)
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|Author(s)||Knox, R., W. R. Kammin, and D. Thomson|
|Description||This paper reports on an investigation into determining nanogram/l quantities of mercury in marine and freshwater matrices using a cold vapor generation of mercury, followed by fluorescence detection. Samples were prepared for analysis using a free bromine oxidation technique. A high efficiency gas-liquid separator was used to enhance the detection of mercury.|
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|Keywords||stream, contract, protocol, samples, chemistry, methods, river, water, water quality, vapor, SEPA, mercury, laboratory, marine|
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