HGAA

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HGAAHydride Generation Atomic Absorption (chemistry)
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ISO (2014) ISO 17378-2:2014 Water quality--Determination of Arsenic and Antimony--Part 2: Method Using Hydride Generation Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (HG-AAS).
Ranesh A, Riyazuddin P (2005) Mechanism of volatile hydride formation and their atomization in hydride generation atomic absorption spectrometry.
Ataman, "Determination and interference studies of bismuth by tungsten trap hydride generation atomic absorption spectrometry," Talanta, vol.
Serum levels of selenium were performed on hydride generation atomic absorption spectrometer (ContrAA 700).
Wavelength Slit width Flow air/acetylene Lamp current (nm) (nm) (L/min) (%) FAAS Ca 422.7 0.5 1.2 100 Mg 285.2 0.5 0.9 75 Zn 213.9 0.5 0.9 75 FAES Na 589.0 0.5 1.1 0 K 766.5 0.5 1.1 0 Wavelength Slit width Flow argon Lamp current (nm) (nm) (L/min) (%) HGAAS As 193.7 1 0.2 75 CVAAS Hg 253.7 0.5 0.2 75 FAAS: flame atomic absorption spectrometry; FAES: flame atomic emission spectrometry; HGAAS: hydride generation atomic absorption spectrometry; CVAA: cold vapour atomic spectrometry.
Comprehensive analysis of arsenic metabolites by pH-specific hydride generation atomic absorption spectrometry.
If the sample is not filtered, as in the case of selective hydride generation atomic absorption spectrometry or hydride generation followed by cold-trap gas chromatography-atomic absorption spectrometry, any arsenic species adsorbed to particulate matter will be analyzed.
Decomposition of organoarsenic compounds by using a microwave oven and subsequent determination by flow injection hydride generation atomic absorption spectrometry.
The precision (CV) of the method for replicate analyses of As species in a digested serum and in the digested fraction solutions after FPLC separation by flow injection hydride generation atomic absorption spectrometry (HGAAS) calculated on the peak height was always better than 5%.
Determination of selenium levels in vegetables and fruits by hydride generation atomic absorption spectrometry.