determination of lead in nickel-base alloys by atomic

Determination of Lead and Other Heavy Metals in Urine

Extraction and atomic-absorption spectrometric determination of traces of bismuth with zinc dibenzyldithiocarbamate in aluminium alloys and solder alloys. Fresenius' Zeitschrift fr analytische Chemie 1978, 292 (4), 282-284. https://doi

ASTM E1834

1.1 This test method covers the determination of lead in nickel and nickel alloys in the concentration range of 0.00005 % to 0.001 % by electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry. Note 1—If this test method is used to test materials having contents less than 0.0001 % lead, users in different laboratories will experience more than the usual 5 % risk that their results will differ by more

Analytical Methods for Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy

COOKBOOK.DOC, 9/10/96 1:41 PM Safety Information The Analytical Methods section describes methodologies using a wide variety of potentially hazardous chemicals (acids, bases, organic solvents, etc.) Acid digestions, either at atmospheric pressure or at

Determination of Lead and Other Heavy Metals in Urine

Extraction and atomic-absorption spectrometric determination of traces of bismuth with zinc dibenzyldithiocarbamate in aluminium alloys and solder alloys. Fresenius' Zeitschrift fr analytische Chemie 1978, 292 (4), 282-284. https://doi

Determination of microamounts of lead in copper, nickel

1972/8/1Atomic absorption spcctromctry has recently become an increasingly impor- tant tool in a Held of trace analysis for impurities in metals and alloys. Elwell and Gidley1 have reported the determination of larger amounts (0.05-5%) of lead in copper-base alloys and

Direct determination of trace metals in solid samples by

2001/1/1A method for the direct determination of lead in high- and low–alloy steels and in nickel–base alloys has been developed. The solid samples containing 0.2–60 μg Pb g -1, are inserted into a Varian-Techtron CRA90 graphite cup held at constant temperature (1800C).

Determination of trace impurities in some nickel compounds by flame atomic

ties of metallic nickel, nickel-base alloys, compounds and catalysts can be affected by certain impurities [1]. There-fore, the determination of trace impurities in these materi-als is important. The direct determination of lead, bis-muth, gold, palladium, cadmium

Progress in Analytical Methods of Composition in Nickel

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ASTM E1834

1.1 This test method covers the determination of lead in nickel alloys in the concentration range 0.00005 % to 0.001 % by graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry (GF-AAS). Note 1—If this test method is used to test materials having contents less than 0.0001 % lead, users in different laboratories may experience more than the usual 5 % risk that their results will differ by more than

Spectrophotometric determination of arsenic in

Spectrophotometric determination of arsenic in concentrates and copper-base alloys by the molybdenum blue method after separations by iron collection and xanthate extraction. Donaldson EM(1). Author information: (1)Mineral Sciences Laboratories, Canada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology, Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, Ottawa, Canada.

Determination of bismuth in nickel

1978/12/1Atomic absorption spectrometry with an induction furnace is applicable'to the determination of bismuth at 0.02–10 μg g-1 levels in 1–30-mg samples of nickel-base alloys dropped into the furnace. Calibration graphs of peak absorbance versus mass of bismuth are constructed by use of standardised alloys.

ASTM International

1996/10/101.1 This test method covers the determination of lead in nickel and nickel alloys in the concentration range of 0.00005 % to 0.001 % by electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry. Note 1-If this test method is used to test materials having contents less than

Atomic Absorption Determination of Lead, Bismuth,

The determination of lead, bismuth, selenium, tellurium, thallium, and tin was successfully demonstrated by direct atomization from complex, nickel-base alloy chips with commercial atomic absorption furnace equipment. The determination was carried out by first

Determination of lead, bismuth, zinc, silver and antimony in

A fast and simple method of determining lead, bismuth, zinc, silver and antimony in steel and nickel-base alloys has been developed using unmodified commercial atomic-absorption equipment. The method is based on the direct atomisation of solid metal samples in

Determination of trace impurities in iron and nickel

1977/7/1Five approaches to the determination of trace amounts of lead, bismuth, thallium, selenium, tellurium, and silver in iron and nickel-based alloys were investigated. While all procedures produced satisfactory results, direct techniques yielded a significant times advantage over separation schemes.

Determination of trace amounts of thallium and tellurium

A method is described for determining trace amounts of Tl in nickel-base alloys using pre-treatment with ammonia solution and electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry. Thallium was coprecipitated when the sample solution of a nickel-base alloy was treated

ISO 11437

This part of ISO 11437 specifies an electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometric method for the determination of lead in the range of 0,5 g/tonne to 10,0 g/tonne in nickel alloys. The general requirements concerning the apparatus, sampling, dissolution of the test sample, atomic absorption measurements, calculation and test report are given in ISO 11437-1 .

Determination of the alloying elements of nickel

2014/11/26Determination of the alloying elements of nickel-based alloys designed for aviation application by inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometry in combination with the microwave digestion method 1. Kablov, E.N., Bondarenko, Yu.A., Echin, A.B., and

Determination of lead and bismuth in nickel

1994/7/1The analysis of trace lead and bismuth in nickel-base alloys using the stabilized temperature platform furnace atomic absorption spectrometry (AAS) with deuterium background correction was investigated. The peak times of lead and bismuth were different in different matrices. Lead was determined directly without any chemical modifier since the background absorption caused by the

Determination of trace elements in metals by atomic

To ascertain whether calibration graphs constructed with aqueous standards can be employed for the determination of volatile trace elements in metals at concentrations 10μg/g, calibration graphs have been produced for bismuth, lead, silver and tellurium by introducing milligram masses of standard steels, nickel-base alloys and coppers, or microlitre volumes of aqueous standards, into either

Determination of trace amounts of thallium and tellurium

A method is described for determining trace amounts of Tl in nickel-base alloys using pre-treatment with ammonia solution and electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry. Thallium was coprecipitated when the sample solution of a nickel-base alloy was treated

ISO 11437

Specifies an electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometric method for the determination of lead in the range of 0,5 g/tonne to 10,0 g/tonne in nickel alloys. Gives the general requirements concerning the apparatus, sampling, dissolution of the test sample, atomic absorption measurements, calculation and

Determination of Sub

2007/5/22Nickel or Co, a base element of heat-resisting alloys, did not affect the absorbance of Ag. The effects of the other elements and acids on the absorbance of Ag were also studied. As a result, the acid solutions of Ag were used as the calibration solutions for the determination of sub-ppm levels of Ag in complex heat-resisting alloys.

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