Accession Number : AD0651628

Title :   EXPERIMENTS ON THE EFFECTS OF ADDITIVES ON THE INTENSITY OF SPECTROGRAPHIC LINES OF SOME METALLIC ELEMENTS.

Descriptive Note : Test rept.,

Corporate Author : FRANKFORD ARSENAL PHILADELPHIA PA QUALITY ASSURANCE DIRECTORATE

Personal Author(s) : Gordon,Herman ; Ritzheimer,George

Report Date : MAR 1967

Pagination or Media Count : 13

Abstract : Organic compounds were tested for their effect on the intensities of the spectral lines of metallic elements. Among the organic compounds tested were some containing halogens, nitrogen, and sulfur. Experiments were also conducted with non-metallic additives, such as inorganic sulfides, acids and oxides. It was found that the different additives tested did not produce a significant difference in the intensities of the lines of such typical metals as aluminum, antimony, barium, bismuth, copper, calcium, chromium, lead, magnesium, silver, and tin. (Author)

Descriptors :   (*MICROANALYSIS, METALS), (*METALS, *SPECTROSCOPY), (*ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY, METALS), LINE SPECTRA, INTENSITY, IMPURITIES, ADDITIVES, ORGANIC COMPOUNDS, SULFIDES, ACIDS, OXIDES

Subject Categories : Inorganic Chemistry
      Atomic and Molecular Physics and Spectroscopy

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE