Abstract

In the direct current arc spectroscopy of oxide powders it is seldom possible to excite the sample without some sort of diluent. When burned in graphite electrodes, non-conducting oxides are almost universally mixed with graphite powder to produce a smooth burning aggregate instead of a molten globule which tends to "run away" from the arc stream and be lost.

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