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2 laJ; N 25 gJ; Y (continued) Table 4. Reference Wei et al. (1990) Element ~x/Lf]uor LOD (fg) A1 308/394, 396 Fe 297/373 Mn Pb 279/403 283/405 Sn TI Wittman and Winefordner (1984) Mn Na Sn Womack et al. 3 ng/mL FS; continuous flow fum. 5 ng/mL T; continuous flow fum. ; ? ; ? /? /? /? 6 laJ; N Laser-Excited Fluorescence 23 involatile elements (Ba, Bi, Eu, Ir, Li, Mo, Ni, Pd, Pt, Rh, V) that to this time have only been investigated using cup furnaces. Table 5 is a comparison of the best graphite furnace LEAFS detection limits to the most sensitive, commercially available atomic spectrometry techniques: graphite furnace AAS and inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry (ICP-MS).
Much of the work up to now has concentrated on "easy" elements, such as lead and thallium. The determination of involatile elements by LEAFS needs to be further investigated, as well as work concerning the types of backgrounds present. 0ram TANTALUM JET / TO PUMP (b) HOLDER GRAPHITE TUBE / ~I ~ ! JET WITH lmm DIAMETER NOZZLE (c) RUBBER O-RING TU ~ MAIN CHAMBER GRAPHITE TUBE HOLDER Figure 26. Threeviews of the impaction chamber usedfor graphitefurnace LEAFS: (a) generalview; (b) impactiondevice mounted into the graphitefurnace;(c) close up of the nozzle insidethe graphitetube.
8 nm. Taken with permission from Liang et al. (1993). work. The other disadvantage is that approximately 25% of the light was lost in the use of the optical fibers. Remy et al. (1990) employed a slightly different method of multichannel background correction for graphite furnace LEAFS. They used a beamsplitter to produce two beams of fluorescent light that were collected by two monochromators. One of the monochromators was set at the analyte fluorescence wavelength and used to measure the fluorescence plus background signals.