Abstract

An induction heater is used to evaporate the sample held in a carbon cup, and the vapor is then excited by a spark. The two main functions of a source, evaporation and excitation, are thus separately controlled. A study of the boiling point temperature of the sample can be used to differentiate elements and compounds.

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  1. Editor's column, Radio Craft 19, 36 (1948).
  2. D. Richardson, Proceedings of the Fifth Summer Conference on Spectroscopy and its Applications (John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York, 1938).

Richardson, D.

D. Richardson, Proceedings of the Fifth Summer Conference on Spectroscopy and its Applications (John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York, 1938).

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Editor's column, Radio Craft 19, 36 (1948).

D. Richardson, Proceedings of the Fifth Summer Conference on Spectroscopy and its Applications (John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York, 1938).

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