Atomic Spectrometry Group

Applications Using GC-AAS

  1. Johansson M., Baxter D.C., Frech W.
    Signal to noise ratios for organolead species in coupled gas chromatography - atomic absorption spectrometry using quartz tube atomizers.
    J. Anal. At. Spectrom. 10 (1995) 711-720.
  2. Johansson M., Berglöf T., Baxter D.C., Frech W.
    Supercritical fluid extraction of ionic alkyllead species from sediment and urban dust.
    Analyst 120 (1995) 755-759.
  3. Baxter D.C., Frech W.
    Speciation of lead in environmental and biological samples.
    Pure Appl. Chem. 67 (1995) 615-648.
  4. Johansson M., Emteborg H., Glad B., Reinholdsson F., Baxter D.C.
    Preliminary appraisal of a novel sampling and storage technique for the speciation analysis of lead and mercury in seawater.
    Fresenius J. Anal. Chem. 351 (1995) 461-466.
  5. Johansson M., Berglund M., Baxter D.C.
    Improving accuracy in the quantitation of overlapping, asymmetric, chromatographic peaks by deconvolution: theory and application to coupled gas chromatography atomic absorption spectromery.
    Spectrochim. Acta 48B (1993) 1393-1409.
  6. Baxter D.C., Frech W. Coupled gas chromatography - atomic absorption spectrometry using semi-enclosed tubular atomizers: Theoretical analysis of detector performance characteristics.
    Analyst 118 (1993) 495-504.
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