Analytical Chemistry in the Exploration, Mining and by A. Strasheim

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G. in cold rolling mills, are not yet in existence. A typical method for topological analysis is the application of laser emission spectrography. The craters in steel adapt to the problem with regard to diameter and depth (Fig. 7 ) . The laser vapour ionizes a spark gap. Its emission enables the evaluation of numerous spectral lines after one shot. Much has still to be done in the field of topological analysis because the capacities do not correspond to the requirements. Two other sections of increasing importance still belong to the hitherto completely unsolved problems, viz.

Koch and D. Donges, Z. Anal. Chem, 261, 177-191 (1972). K. Ohls, J. Brauner and P. Friedhoff, Z. Anal. Chem. 26£, 342-346 (1973). Pure & Appl. , Vol. 4 9 , p p . 1495 - 1505. Pergamon P r e s s , 1977. P r i n t e d i n Great Britain. ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY OF THE NOBLE METALS J o n C Van Loon Department of Geology, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario M5S 1A1, Canada Abstract - A review of the analytical chemistry of the noble metals is given. Particular emphasis is placed on the fire assay, the technique most favored by noble metal analytical chemists both past and present.

1495 - 1505. Pergamon P r e s s , 1977. P r i n t e d i n Great Britain. ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY OF THE NOBLE METALS J o n C Van Loon Department of Geology, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario M5S 1A1, Canada Abstract - A review of the analytical chemistry of the noble metals is given. Particular emphasis is placed on the fire assay, the technique most favored by noble metal analytical chemists both past and present. In the last decade atomic absorption spectroscopy has become the pre-eminent determinative method and attention is given to strengths and problems of this approach.

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