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Laboratory techniques used for atomic absorption spectrophotometric analysis of geologic samples Public Deposited

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  • Precise chemical analyses of geological samples continue to play an important role in geochemical research. During the past 10 years atomic absorption spectrophotometry has become increasingly prominent as an accurate and relatively simple analytical technique. The marine geochemistry group at OST7 has used a Jarrel-Ash 82-820 atomic absorption spectrophotometer (AAS) for the past four years to determine the elemental composition of deep-sea sediments and oceanic rocks. This document is meant to serve as a summary of the procedures which have been developed and adopted during this time.
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