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By G. R. Blank, H. A. Heller (auth.), W. D. Ashby (eds.)

On may perhaps 15-18, 1961, the twelfth Annual Symposium on Spectros­ replica was once held in Chicago. Over the twelve-year heritage of this assembly, it has always grown and now ranks as one of many significant technical conferences within the box of spectroscopy. The scope of this system itself represents a stability among study functions and regulate purposes, among utilized and the extra primary facets of spectroscopy. Papers are offered every year within the uniqueness parts of X -ray, ultraviolet, noticeable, infrared, Raman, EPR, and NMR spectroscopy. commonly through the years, very good paintings has been re­ ported at this symposium and no extra e-book was once made. those studies have been then primarily misplaced for extra reference. it's the objective of this ebook to supply a resource of reference for the papers awarded on the twelfth Annual Symposium. this primary test at publishing a court cases doesn't comprise the complete software. numerous papers couldn't accept corporation transparent­ ance for e-book, and a number of other extra have been meant for verbal presentation simply and have been by no means written for booklet. I, as Coordinator of the Symposium, want to convey my gratitude to the Symposium Committee, John Ferraro, Elwin Davis, Joseph Ziomek, John Kapetan, L. S. grey, Jr., Russell J. Hansen, J. A. Sheinkop, L. V. Azaroff, and Carl Moore, whose diligence and exertions ended in a very fantastic symposium, and therefore made pos­ sible this publication.

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Campbell and John W. Thatcher Originally trace, in a chemical sense, meant a quantity too small to be measured or not worth determining. Today, with the development of high-purity materials, the term signifies a minute amount which can be determined, usually with some degree of accuracy required. However, the percentage of a constituent required for classification in the trace-element range is arbitrary. Hillebrand [34J said, with reference to rock analysis, "It may be said with regard to the use of the word trace that the amount of a constituent thus indicated is supposed to be below the limit of quantitative determination in the amount taken for analysis.

Campbell and John W. Thatcher trace analysis. The reader should be aware that the limits of detectability reported by various investigators are not necessarily the ultimate that could have been reached. The lower limits stated were often those required to meet the demands of the assigned problem; lower values were, therefore, unnecessary. Also, various definitions of limits of detectability were used, not all of which were based on probability theory. Metals National Bureau of Standards ingot iron and low-alloy steel standards, series 1161-1179, were used to determine the limits of detectability in high-iron samples.

Lytle and Heady [471 concluded that fluorescent X -ray spectrography is useful for determining rare-earth impurities in any rare-earth oxide. Individual sensitivities of approximately 100 ppm were attained; sensitivity varied depending on the element sought and the host oxide. Table V lists detection limits for iron, molybdenum, and tin in tungsten trioxide. These values were determined from 10-g samples prepared by adding known amounts of impurities as oxides to tungsten trioxide. The powders were lightly packed into holders normally used for solutions [16], Aqueous and Organic Samples Line intensities for equivalent amounts of trace constituents are higher for aqueous and organic samples than for metal or oxide 44 William J.

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