Atomic Spectrometry Group

GFAAS Applications - Industrial Materials

  1. Frech W., Baxter D.C., Bakke B., Snell J., Thomassen Y.
    Determination and speciation of mercury in natural gases and gas condensates.
    Anal. Commun. 33 (1996) 7H-9H.
  2. Frech W., Baxter D.C., Dyvik B., Dybdahl B.
    Determination of total mercury in natural gases using the amalgamation technique and cold vapour atomic absorption spectrometry.
    J. Anal. At. Spectrom. 10 (1995) 769-775.
  3. Zhou N.G., Frech W., Lundberg E.
    Rapid determination of lead, bismuth, antimony and silver in steels by flame atomic absorption spectrometry combined with flow injection analysis.
    Anal. Chim. Acta 153 (1983) 23-31.
  4. Persson J-┼.
    An experimental and theoretical investigation of interference effects in electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry with special emphasis on aluminium, phosphorus and arsenic.
    Ph.D. Thesis, Umeň University (1982). ISBN 91-7174-110-0.
  5. Frech W., Lundberg E., Barbooti M.M.
    Direct determination of trace metals in solid samples by atomic absorption spectrometry with electrothermal atomizers. Part 4. Interference effects in the determination of lead and bismuth in steels.
    Anal. Chim. Acta 131 (1981) 45-52.
  6. Persson J-┼., Frech W., Pohl G., Lundgren K.
    Determination of aluminium in wood pulp liquors using graphite furnace atomic-absorption spectrometry.
    Analyst 105 (1980) 1163-1170.
  7. Lundberg E., Frech W.
    Direct determination of trace metals in solid samples by atomic absorption spectrometry with electrothermal atomizers. Part 3. Application of an autosampler to the determination of silver, bismuth, lead and zinc in steels.
    Anal. Chim. Acta 108 (1979) 75-85.
  8. Lundberg E., Frech W.
    Direct determination of trace metals in solid samples by atomic absorption spectrometry with electrothermal atomizers. Part II. Determination of lead in steels and nickel-base alloys.
    Anal. Chim. Acta 104 (1979) 75-84.
  9. Lundberg E., Frech W.
    Direct determination of trace metals in solid samples by atomic absorption spectrometry with electrothermal atomizers. Part I. Investigations of homogeneity for lead and antimony in metallurgical materials.
    Anal. Chim. Acta 104 (1979) 67-74.
  10. Frech W.
    The application of high temperature equilibrium calculations for establishing optimum procedures in flameless atomic absorption spectrometry exemplified by determinations of Pb, Sb, Bi and Al in chloride media.
    Ph.D. Thesis, Umeň University (1977).
  11. Persson J-┼., Frech W., Cedergren A.
    Determinations of aluminium in low-alloy and stainless steels by flameless atomic absorption spectrometry.
    Anal. Chim. Acta 89 (1977) 119-126.
  12. Frech W., Cedergren A.
    Investigations of reactions involved in flameless atomic absorption procedures. Part III. A study of factors influencing the determination of lead in strong sodium chloride solutions.
    Anal. Chim. Acta 88 (1977) 57-67.
  13. Frech W., Lundgren G., Lunner S-E.
    Routine use of flameless AAS for the determination of lead in high and low alloy steels.
    At. Abs. Newsletter 15 (1976) 57-60.
  14. Frech W., Cedergren A.
    Investigations of reactions involved in flameless atomic absorption procedures. Part II. An experimental study of the role of hydrogen in eliminating the interference from chlorine in the determination of lead in steel.
    Anal. Chim. Acta 82 (1976) 93-102.
  15. Frech W., Cedergren A.
    Investigations of reactions involved in flameless atomic absorption procedures. Part I. Application of high-temperature equilibrium calculations to a multicomponent system with special reference to the interference from chlorides.
    Anal. Chim. Acta 82 (1976) 83-92.
  16. Frech W.
    Rapid determination of bismuth in steels by flameless atomic absorption.
    Fresenius Z. Anal. Chem. 275 (1975) 353-357.
  17. Frech W.
    Rapid determination of lead in steel by flameless atomic absorption spectrometry.
    Anal. Chim. Acta 77 (1975) 43-52.
  18. Frech W.
    Rapid determination of antimony in steel by flameless atomic absorption.
    Talanta 21 (1974) 565-571.
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