By Peter C. Uden
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Atomic emission spectrometry with helium plasmas for liquid and supercritical-fluid chromatography / Gregory ok. Webster and Jon W. Carnahan --
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Characterization of interferences affecting selectivity in fuel chromatography-atomic emission spectrometry / James J. Sullivan and Bruce D. Quimby --
Microwave-induced plasma-atomic emission detection for organometallic fuel and supercritical-fluid chromatography : pattern dealing with and software comparisons / Thomas M. Dowling, Jeffrey A. Seeley, Helmut Feuerbacher, and Peter C. Uden --
Optical-system advancements for plasma emission detection in high-resolution fuel chromatography / Karl Cammann, Michael Faust, and Karl Hübner --
Atomic emission detectors for fuel chromatography : twelve years of commercial event / John S. Marhevka, Donald F. Hagen, and Joel W. Miller --
Analytical challenge fixing with simultaneous atomic emission-mass spectrometric detection for gasoline chromatography / D.B. Hooker and J. DeZwaan --
An element-specific detector for fuel chromatography according to a unique capacitively coupled plasma / B. Platzer, R. Gross, E. Leitner, A. Schalk, H. Sinabell, H. Zach, and G. Knapp --
Alternating-current plasma detection for fuel chromatography and high-performance liquid chromatography / E.F. Barry, L.A. Colon, and R.B. Costanzo --
Helium surface-wave plasmas as atomic emission detectors in fuel chromatography / S. Coulombe, K.C. Tran, and J. Hubert --
Helium discharge detector for gasoline chromatography / Gary W. Rice --
Inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometry and packed-microcolumn supercritical-fluid chromatography / Kiyokatsu Jinno, Hiroyuki Yoshida, Hideo Mae, and Chuzo Fujimoto --
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Table II shows that the relative responses of hydrogen increased more significantly with an increase in the bromine atom number of the compound measured. The relative responses of carbon, hydrogen and bromine for brominated aromatics (bromobenzene, bromomethylbenzene, dibromobenzene) were higher than those for the brominated paraffin hydrocarbons with the same carbon atom number. Changing the microwave power from 60-80W had no effect on the relative responses of carbon, hydrogen and bromine. Oxygenated compounds.
Element-Specific Chromatographic Detection by Atomic Emission Spectroscopy by Peter C. Uden