Emission spectrometric detection of metal chelates separated by gas chromatography.

Abstract

An emission spectrometric detector is used in the determination of metal acetylacetonates. Spectra are excited in the plasma of a 2450 MHz electrodeless discharge. Measuring the intensities of the atomic emission lines of aluminium, beryllium and chromium after gas chromatography provides a highly sensitive and selective method for the determination of the acetylacetonates of these metals. Detection limits are 100 ng for aluminium, 0.01 ng for beryllium and 1 ng for chromium. An analytical procedure is proposed for beryllium down to 10 ppm in aluminium.

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@article{Kawaguchi1973EmissionSD, title={Emission spectrometric detection of metal chelates separated by gas chromatography.}, author={Hideyuki Kawaguchi and Taro Sakamoto and Atsushi Mizuike}, journal={Talanta}, year={1973}, volume={20 3}, pages={321-6} }