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ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROMETRY—A REVIEW

A.K. Jaiswal1, M. Mohrana2, P.H.R. Krishna3, D.V. Moon4, T. Millo5, O.P. Murty6

 
 
 
 

Abstract:
Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy (AAS) plays important role for analysis of several metals It’s use is readily understood from breadth of its applications. The range of material that can be analyzed by AAS is essentially unlimited. Applications are found in such diverse field as forensic science, pharmaceuticals, food and agriculture, biological and clinical chemistry, environmental chemistry and many others.It is a very common and simple instrument which is available in nearly almost all the laboratory.

 
 
 
 

Keywords:
Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy; Metals; AAS; Absorption.

 
 
 
 

References:

  1. Elwell W.T., et al., Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry, 2nd edition, pengamon press, oxford, 1966.

  2. Furman N.H., Standard Methods of Chemical Analysis, Vol. 1, The Elements, 6th Edn., Robert E. Krieger, Florida, 1985.

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  8. Willard H.H., et al., Instrumental Methods of Analysis, 6th edition, CBS Publishers & Distributors, Delhi, 1986.

  9. Jaiswal A.K., Moon D.V., Moharana M. and Gupta M., Determination of lead in Forensic samples by Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer, Medico legal update, 2006 (1): 23–25.

  10. Jaiswal A.K., Moon D.V., Moharana M. and Gupta M., Determination of Ba in Forensic samples by atomic absorption spectrophotometer, J. of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, 2006; 23(1): 6–8.

  11. Gupta M., Moon D.V., Moharana M., Lal N. and Jaiswal A.K., Determination of Antimony in Forensic samples by atomic absorption spectrophotometer, International J. of Medical Toxicology and legal medicine, 2007; 9(2): 1–2.
     

 
 
 
 

Authors:

1,5,6 Deptt. of Forensic Medicine And Toxicology,
All India. Institute of Medical Sciences,
Ansari Nagar, New Delhi-110029,
2,3,4. Indian Bureaue of Mines, G.G. Palya
Yeshwanthapur,Bangalore-560022
Corresponding Author: A.K. Jaiswal
Email: akjtoxi1@yahoo.com
 

 
     
     
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