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A fluorometric technique based on a liquid drop excited from its interior by an optical fiber is described for the measurement of low concentrations of atmospheric hydrogen sulfide (H(2)S). A drop of alkaline fluorescein mercuric acetate (FMA) solution is suspended in a flowing air sample stream and serves as a renewable sensor. An optical fiber contained(More)
An automated system with a C(18) bonded silica gel packed minicolumn is proposed for spectrophotometric detection of arsenic using flow-injection hydride generation following sorbent extraction preconcentration. Complexes formed between arsenic(III) and ammonium diethyl dithiophosphate (ADDP) are retained on a C(18) sorbent. The eluted As-DDP complexes are(More)
Cortical bone porosity of bovine tibia samples has been investigated using the mercury intrusion porosimetry (MIP) technique. Cortical bone porosity range from 10 nm (caniculae) to 40 μm (Harvers canals), well in the measuring range region for the MIP technique. Samples from fresh bovine cortical bone were treated, dried and cut into ~ (3x1x1) cm pieces(More)
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