Item description for Atomic Absorption Spectrometry by Bernhard Welz...
The thoroughly revised new edition of this best-seller, presents the wide use of AAS in numerous fields of application. The comparison between the different AAS techniques enables the reader to find the best solution for his analytical problem.
Authors Bernhard Welz and Michael Sperling have succeeded in finding a balance between theoretical fundamentals and practical applications. The new chapter 'physical fundamentals' describes the basic principles of AAS. The development of AAS is now described in a separate chapter. Further new chapters are devoted to the latest developments in the field of flow injection and the use of computers for laboratory automation. Methodological progress e. g. speciation analysis is also covered in this new edition.
The index and the extensive bibliography make this book a unique source of information. It will prove useful not only for analytical chemists, out also spectroscopists in industry, institutes, and universities. Atomic Absorption Spectrometry will also be invaluable for clinics and research institutes in the fields of biochemistry, medicine, food technology, geology, metallurgy, petrochemistry, and mineralogy.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.63" Width: 6.91" Height: 2.05" Weight: 4.21 lbs.
Release Date Mar 19, 1999
ISBN 3527285717 ISBN13 9783527285716
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More About Bernhard Welz
Since 1999 Bernhard Welz is Professor of Analytical Chemistry at the Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Florianopolis, Santa Catarina, Brazil, where he teaches instrumental analytical chemistry and atomic spectroscopy. Previously he worked with Perkin-Elmer for 32 years in various positions, the last 16 years as Director of Applied Research Atomic Spectrometry.
Helmut Becker-Ross is scientific project leader at the ISAS - Institute for Analytical Sciences, Dept. Berlin. From 1971 to 1980 he worked at the Central Institute for Optics and Spectroscopy on the development of infrared Fourier-spectrometers. Since 1981 (from 1992 at ISAS) he has been working with his team on the development and application of echelle spectrometers from vacuum-UV to near-IR. Together with companies in Berlin, Jena and uberlingen he has brought several spectroscopic instruments to market.
Stefan Florek is a senior scientist at the ISAS, Dept. Berlin. From 1976 onwards, he worked at the Academy of Sciences in Berlin in the field of optical design and development of instrumentation for applications in atomic spectroscopy. He has designed several instruments successfully launched on the market. Since 1992 he has been continuing his work at ISAS. Dr. Florek's main interest focuses on the use of high-resolution spectroscopy with solid-state detectors for analytical sciences and laser spectroscopy.
Uwe Heitmann is a scientist at the ISAS, Dept. Berlin. He studied physics at the Technical University in Berlin and took his PhD with a thesis on laser-excited atomic fluorescence spectrometry in the visible to vacuum-UV range.From 1994 to 2001 he worked for the GOS Berlin in different research projects onthe development of high-resolution spectrometers. Since 2002 he has been in the group led by Helmut Becker-Ross at the ISAS. His main research field is the setup and further development of the novel analytical method of continuum source AAS as well as its transfer into the commercial market. All authors cooperate with the major instrument manufacturer Analytik Jena.
Bernhard Welz currently resides in Uberlingen. Bernhard Welz has an academic affiliation as follows - Perkin-Elmer, uberlingen, Ge Univ. Federal de Santa Catarina, Floriano.