Direct determination of 10 trace metals in 50 µL samples of coastal seawater using desolvating micronebulization sector field ICP-MS

@article{Field1999DirectDO,
  title={Direct determination of 10 trace metals in 50 µL samples of coastal seawater using desolvating micronebulization sector field ICP-MS},
  author={M. Paul Field and Jay T. Cullen and Robert M. Sherrell},
  journal={Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry},
  year={1999},
  volume={14},
  pages={1425-1431}
}
Understanding the trace metal marine geochemistry of temporally variable coastal systems requires intensive sampling programs with attendant analytical burdens. Most established techniques for multi-element trace metal determinations are slow, require a skilled chemist, and are not easily automated. Advances in sample introduction systems and ICP-MS instrumentation now provide marine chemists with the sensitivity and mass resolution necessary to determine many trace metals at natural… 

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