Atom trapping atomic absorption spectrometry using silica and metal tubes

Ertaş, Nusret


Atom trapping atomic absorption spectrometry using slotted quartz tube
Karadeniz, Deniz; Ataman, O.Yavuz; Department of Chemistry (1998)
Atom trapping vapor generation atomic absorption spectrometry for inorganicarsenic speciation analysis /
Njie, Njaw; Ataman, Osman Yavuz; Department of Chemistry (2014)
Speciation analysis is important for arsenic. Novel methods to improve the sensitivity for determination of total arsenic and arsenic speciation have been developed. The techniques basically rely on generation of volatile arsenic species by reaction with sodium borohydride followed by trapping on a W-coil atomizer and finally releasing analyte atoms by heating the atomizer; the system is named as W-coil atom trapping electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry (WC-ETAAS). Sample solution may be introduced...
Ion implantation and deposition on the inner surfaces of cylinders by exploding metallic foils
Demokan, O (2000-10-01)
A novel scheme for ion deposition and possibly ion implantation on the inner surfaces of cylindrical targets is proposed and experimentally tested. A large current is passed through a coaxial table-type structure, composed of a straight conductor and a thin metallic foil, surrounding it. The foil evaporates and ionizes forming a metallic plasma, which is pushed radially outward due to the pressure of the magnetic field, confined to the region between the plasma and the conductor. The ions of the foil materi...
Ion sensing coupled to resonance energy transfer: A highly selective and sensitive ratiometric fluorescent chemosensor for Ag(I) by a modular approach
Coskun, A; Akkaya, EU (American Chemical Society (ACS), 2005-08-03)
We report a novel dimeric boradiazaindacene dye which can be converted in one step to an efficient resonance energy transfer (RET) dyad. In addition, if this modification is done with appropriate ligands, RET can be coupled to ion sensing. The utility of this approach is demonstrated in a highly selective, emission ratiometric chemosensor for Ag(I).
Electron scattering by a fixed magnetic monopole with electric charge.
Serin, Meltem; Department of Physics (1985)
Citation Formats
N. Ertaş, “Atom trapping atomic absorption spectrometry using silica and metal tubes,” Middle East Technical University, 1990.