NOC:Trace and Ultra-trace Analysis of Metals using Atomic Absorption Spectrometry


Lecture 1 - Course Introduction


Lecture 2 - Atomic structure - I


Lecture 3 - Atomic structure - II


Lecture 4 - Electronic arrangement in the Elements - I


Lecture 5 - Electronic arrangement in the Elements - II


Lecture 6 - Interaction of EM radiation with matter - I


Lecture 7 - Interaction of EM radiation with matter - II


Lecture 8 - Interaction of EM radiation with matter - III


Lecture 9 - Interaction of EM radiation with matter - IV


Lecture 10 - Theoretical basis of AAS - I


Lecture 11 - Theoretical basis of AAS - II


Lecture 12 - Theoretical basis of AAS - III


Lecture 13 - Theoretical basis of AAS - IV


Lecture 14 - Instrumentation in AAS - I


Lecture 15 - Instrumentation in AAS - I (Continued...) Radiation Sources


Lecture 16 - Instrumentation in AAS Radiation Sources: Sample introduction


Lecture 17 - Instrumentation in AAS - III : Burners


Lecture 18 - Instrumentation in AAS - IV : Flame Processes


Lecture 19 - Instrumentation in AAS - V : Atomization Processes


Lecture 20 - Instrumentation in AAS - VI : Optics


Lecture 21 - Instrumentation in AAS - VII : Optics and Detectors


Lecture 22 - Interferences in AAS


Lecture 23 - Background correction on flame AAS - I


Lecture 24 - Interferences in AAS - II


Lecture 25 - Interferences in AAS - III


Lecture 26 - Hydride Generation AAS - I


Lecture 27 - Hydride Generation AAS and Cold Vapour Hg AAS


Lecture 28 - Cold vapor Hg AAS Flame Emission


Lecture 29 - Mercury cold vapour technique, FAES and Electrothermal AAS


Lecture 30 - Electrothermal AAS - II


Lecture 31 - GF AAS Interferences - I


Lecture 32 - GF AAS Interferences - II


Lecture 33 - Interference in ETAAS GF AAS : Individual elements


Lecture 34 - Individual Elements AAS


Lecture 35 - Methods, Nomenclature and techniques : Individual Elements


Lecture 36 - Technology and Applications - I


Lecture 37 - Technology and Applications - II


Lecture 38 - Conclusions