Analytical Atomic Spectrometry in South America

We are delighted to draw your attention to the latest JAAS themed collection devoted to analytical atomic spectrometry in South America.

 

This collection was Guest Edited by JAAS Editorial Board member Érico Marlon de Moraes Flores and showcases the work of some of the best researchers working at South American institutes. An Editorial by Érico Marlon de Moraes Flores prefaces the collection.

 

Read the full collection now: rsc.li/south-america

 

All papers in the collection are free to access until the end of December 2018 with an RSC Publishing Account.

 


We hope you enjoy reading the full collection. Take a look at a small selection of excellent articles featured in the collection below:

 

Investigation of spectral interference in the determination of Pb in road dust using high-resolution continuum source graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry and direct solid sample analysis

Susane Schossler Fick, Flávio Venâncio Nakadi, Fabian Fujiwara, Patricia Smichowski, Maria Goreti R. Vale, Bernhard Welz and Jailson B. de Andrade

 

UV photochemical vapor generation of noble metals (Au, Ir, Pd, Pt and Rh): a feasibility study using inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry and seawater as a test matrix

Richard Macedo de Oliveira and Daniel L. G. Borges

 

A systematic look at the carbon monosulfide molecule and chemical modifiers for the determination of sulfur by HR-CS GF MAS

Éderson Rodrigues Pereira, Bernhard Welz and Augusto Alves Vieira

 

Internal standard fused glass beads for high silicon content sample analysis by laser-induced breakdown spectrometry

Alexandrina A. C. Carvalho, Flavio O. Leme, Maciel S. Luz, Pedro V. Oliveira and Cassiana S. Nomura

 

A green analytical method for the determination of Cu, Fe, Mn, and Zn in wheat flour using total reflection X-ray fluorescence

Ignacio Machado, Sebastián Mondutey, Natalia Pastorino, Valeria Arce and Mariela Pistón


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