Research Group for Atomic Spectrometry
Department of Analytical Chemistry, Umeå University
S-901 87 Umeå, Sweden
As may be apparent from the flags shown above, the group has maintained a very
international character, with members originating from Sweden,
Germany, China and England. Here
you can find information on the current addresses of past and present
members of the group, which might otherwise not be available on the home
The group is currently working in two major areas, these being graphite furnace
atomic absorption spectrometry and trace metal speciation. Within these
fields of interest, we are concerned with fundamental studies, instrumental
development and analytical applications. Further information on these and other
topics can be found below, together with references to relevant publications
produced by the group.
A brief description of the technique and a break-down of our work on this
subject can be found here.
What does speciation mean and what can you do with it? Hopefully this page will
answer some of your questions.
Our work on miscellaneous analytical techniques, such as inductively coupled
plasma spectrometry and graphite furnace atomic emission
The complete list of publications produced by the group, starting with the most
recent work. Below, the publications from various decades can be accessed,
whereas those for specific topics can be found under the headings listed
This is a new feature, and its success depends on whether or not the
group members can be bothered to convert their Word and Excel files into
a format suitable for presentation here. Health
warning: Do not hold your breath waiting for that to
here to get to the Analytical Chemistry home page,
here to get to the Department of
Chemistry home page, or
here to get to the
Umeå University home page
This document was last updated on December 21, 1998.