||Direct Determination of Cadmium in Biological Samples by Selective Volatilization and Graphite Tube Reservoir Atomic Absorption Spectrometry.
Ross, Ralph T. ;
Gonzalez., Jorge G. ;
||National Environmental Research Center, Research Triangle Park, N.C. Pesticides and Toxic Substances Effects Lab.
Chemical analysis ;
Gas analysis ;
Air pollution ;
Trace elements ;
Atomic spectroscopy ;
Air pollution detection ;
Atomic absorption spectrometry
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||The biological influences of cadmium have been reviewed by Underwood and Friberg et al. From an environmental point of view. The metal is one of the most dangerous of the atmospheric pollutants. The data reported here for cadmium levels in urine and scrum indicate a high potential for the direct application of atomic absorption spectrometry in conjunction with the graphite tube furnace (HGA) and a deuterium arc background corrector to biological samples. Its sensitivity, simplicity and speed make this procedure by far superior to other previously reported analytical techniques for the determination of this element.
||Pub. in Analytica Chimica Acta, 70 p443-447 1974.
||Included in the report, Journal Articles on Pesticide Chemical Analysis. Group 2, PB-275 495.
||Reprint: The Direct Determination of Cadmium in Biological Samples by Selective Volatilization and Graphite Tube Reservoir Atomic Absorption Spectrometry,
|PUB Date Free Form
||2 Aug 73
||7D; 99A; 68A
||(Order as PB-275 495, MF A01)