Calcium determination by flame photometry; methods for serum, urine, and other fluids.

@article{Severinghaus1950CalciumDB,
  title={Calcium determination by flame photometry; methods for serum, urine, and other fluids.},
  author={John Wendell Severinghaus and Joseph W. Ferrebee},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={1950},
  volume={187 2},
  pages={621-30}
}
The convenience and accuracy of flame photometric determinations of sodium and potassium in biological fluids (1, 2) have suggested the desirability of extending these advantages to determinations of calcium. Since calcium emission lines are much less intense than those of sodium and potassium (3), the samples of diluted serum (1: 50) customarily used for sodium and potassium determinat.ions are not adequate for the measurement of calcium concentrations. Serum dilutions of the order of 1: 10… CONTINUE READING
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