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Collected papers on the use of inductively coupled annular plasmas in atomic spectroscopy

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The author's international reputation as an atomic spectroscopist commenced with the publication of the first paper, and subsequent patents, describing the use of the inductively coupled annular plasma as an emission source. Prior to this he had achieved recognition for other innovative papers [3-7, 10] in the field of analytical chemistry. The accompanying collection of papers refer to the period after the author's entry into the field of atomic spectroscopy with high temperature plasmas. [Continues.]

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1991

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A Doctoral Thesis. Submitted for the degree of Doctor of Science Loughborough University of Technology. This thesis has been redacted for reasons relating to the law of copyright. For more information please contact Loughborough University Library.

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