ANALYSIS OF RADIOACTIVE WASTE SOLUTIONS BY ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROMETRY WITH ELECTROTHERMAL ATOMIZATION
The application of electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry to the analysis of nuclear high and medium activity waste solutions is presented. An assembly based on that analytical technique has been devised and realized for remote operation under safety conditions. To the purpose, the graphite furnace and the associated autosampler are enclosed into a specially devised glove box. The assembly which has required marginal modifications of the commercial components has shown to be successfully applicable to routine determination of the elements Ba, Cr, Fe, Mn, Mo, Pd, Rh and Sr.
Bibliographic Reference: ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY, VOL. 4 (1983), NO. 4, PP. 113-117
Record Number: 1989122001200 / Last updated on: 1987-01-01
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