On-line Zeeman atomic absorption spectroscopy for mecury analysis in oil shale gases

by D. C Girvin

Publisher: Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Publisher: Available to the public through the National Technical Information Service in Cincinnati, Ohio, Springfield, Va

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  • Mercury -- Analysis,
  • Atomic absorption spectroscopy,
  • Air -- Pollution
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    Statementby D.C. Girvin and J.P. Fox
    SeriesInteragency energy/environment R&D program report -- EPA-600/7-80-130, Research reporting series -- EPA-600/7-80-130
    ContributionsFox, J. P, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Cincinnati, Ohio). Program Operations Office, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Cincinnati, Ohio), Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. Energy and Environment Division
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 96 p. :
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17967102M

Determination of mercury in biological tissues by graphite-furnace atomic absorption spectrometry with an in-situ concentration technique. Yang LL(1), Zhang DQ, Zhou QX. Author information: (1)College of Chemistry & Environmental Science, Hebei University, PR by: Results. Optimization of proposed system parameters. The optimization of the system parameters was proceeded under the above procedure (), using of Hg (II) standard solution in the concentration range on µg l – l and loading flow rate in the range on ml min − 1 results were indicated that the flow rate and concentrations of mercury influenced the peak height. passed through a gold amalgam trap to quantitatively capture gaseous mercury. Lastly, the gold trap is heated, releasing the bound mercury into the sample stream, and detected by cold vapor atomic adsorption. A more detailed description of the principle of operation is available in chapter two of the manufacturer’s instruction manual. Analysis of Mercury by Cold Vapor Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (USGS and XRAL laboratories) Method mg sample aliquots are digested with a mixture of sulfuric acid, nitric acid, 5% potassium permanganate, and 5% potassium peroxydisuflate in a water bath for one hour. Excess potassium permanganate is reduced with hydroxylamine sulfate solution.

The same section also pioneered atomic absorption spectroscopy in the early s, a technology later licensed to Perkin‐Elmer. its walls covered with discarded apparatus and with samples of rare gases in tubes over mercury which he had separated by fractionating residues from liquid air. coal, shale oil and other environmental by: 5. literature (). The application of atomic absorption spectroscopy for the analysis of the digestate has also been amply described (). The digestion technique described herein represents a modification of the procedures outlined by Johnson and Maxwell (5) and Langmyhr and Paus (6). Table 1 specifies the upper and lower concentration limits;Cited by: A Flame-Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry (AAS-flame) for the quantification of cadmium (Cd) and lead (Pb) and mercury analyzer for quantitative analysis of mercury (Hg) in red chili pepper (Capsicum annum L.) were developed and method was validated for some parameters, namely linearity and range, precision, accuracy, Limit of Detection (LoD) and Limit of Quantification (LoQ. The MERCEMZ extractive mercury gas analyzer monitors Hg emissions in flue gases with high reliability down to the smallest measuring ranges. Thanks to a range of housing variants, the MERCEMZ is suitable for both application in climate-controlled analysis containers and outdoors under exacting ambient conditions.

Four Theories of the Press The Authoritarian, Libertarian, Social Responsibility, and Soviet Communist Concepts of What the Press Should Be and Do (Illini Books).pdf. @article{osti_, title = {Trace element partitioning during the retorting of Julia Creek oil shale}, author = {Patterson, J H and Dale, L S and Chapman, J f}, abstractNote = {A bulk sample of oil shale from the Julia Creek deposit in Queensland was retorted under Fischer assay conditions at temperatures ranging from to /sup 0/C. The mercury vapor was then separated from the liquid in the phase separator before entering the quartz cell for the determination of the mercury concentration. Like mercury, selenium can be determined by a number of different instrumental techniques such as GFAAS, NAA, and hydride-generation atomic absorption spectrometry (HGAAS).   Direct determination of cadmium in whole blood and urine can be achieved using Zeeman effect flameless atomic absorption spectroscopy. Within-run precision studies for whole blood cadmium determinations gave relative standard deviations of % and % for micrograms/l and micrograms/l, by:

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SECTION 2 CONCLUSIONS A new Zeeman atomic absorption (ZAA) spectrometer was designed and built to make continuous on-line measurements of mercury in the off-gas from oil. On-line Zeeman atomic absorption spectroscopy for mercury analysis in oil shale gases, Volume 1. On-line Zeeman atomic absorption spectroscopy for mercury analysis in oil shale gases.

Cincinnati, Ohio: Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ; Springfield, Va.: Available to the public through the National Technical Information Service, (OCoLC) on-line zeeman atomic absorption spectroscopy for mercury analysis in oil shale gases.

final reportAuthor: D.C. Girvin, J.P. Fox. On-line Zeeman atomic absorption spectroscopy for mercury analysis in oil shale gases / By D. Girvin, J. Fox, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. Energy and Environment Division., Ohio) Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Cincinnati and Ohio).

In atomic absorption spectroscopy we deal with atoms at ground stage, these atoms absorb a characteristic wavelength of radiations coming from the source which is commonly a hollow cat-hod lamp.

It requires high energy and the resonance line is below nm. Koizumi and K. Uchino, “Atomic absorption analysis for mercury using the Zeeman effect,” Hitachi Hyoron, 56, No. 11, – (). Google Scholar Cited by: 2. Mercury analysis by new Zeeman AAS Zeeman shift (mK) Fig. Experimental dependence of the differential signal 5 on the magnetic field strength (the inverse Zeeman effect and transverse magnetic field), (a) Normal composition, (b) enriched ""Hg composition.

5, is a signal related to the variation in the ""Hg/^Hg abundance ratio in the sample. 5 10 15 20 Variation Cited by: The accuracy of the method is 20% [52] Real-time GEM measurements in air were carried out using a portable Lumex (+) analyzer.

This device is based on Zeeman Atomic Absorption Spectrometry using High Frequency Modulation of Light Polarization (ZAAS-HFM; [51]). Place approximately g of the homogenized tissue (muscle, liver, or. kidney), or g hair, into a tared mL pear-shaped flask, taking care that all.

of the sample is deposited in the bottom of the flask and none is left in the neck. Zinc is determined by atomic absorption spectrometry by direct aspiration of the sample into an air-acetylene flame.

The procedure may be automated by the addition of a sampler and either a strip-chart recorder or a printer or both. Interferences Magnesium at concentrations greater than mg/L interferes unless other cations File Size: KB. Gaseous Hg emissions were measured during the processing of a large modified in-situ oil shale retort (4× m3) in Colorado.

A continuous, on-line, g Cited by: 4. ASTM D(), Standard Test Method for Total Mercury in Crude Oil Using Combustion and Direct Cold Vapor Atomic Absorption Method with Zeeman Background Correction, ASTM International, West Conshohocken, PA, Mercury emissions from a modified in-situ oil shale retort.

on-line, gas monitor based upon the principal of Zeeman atomic absorption spectroscopy was the primary analytical method.

This practice is known as atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS). AAS was first deployed back in by Gustav Kirschoff and Robert Bunsen to detect the presence of certain atoms in flames and gases. Since then, the modern approach to AAS has been revolutionised, most noticeably by A.

Walsh and C. Alkemade in the s. An atomic absorption spectrometry for the quantification of zink (Zn) and mercury analyzer for the quantification of mercury (Hg) levels in cream cosmetic were developed and validated. The method was validated for linearity and range, precision, accuracy, limit Cited by: 3.

AtomicAbsorption 24 Zeeman Background Zeeman Background Correction is used mainly in graphite furnace atomic absorption systems. When an atom is placed in a magnetic field and its absorption of observed in polarized light, the normal single line is split into three components – б- π and б +displaced symmetrically about the normal position.

This test method can be used to determine the total mercury concentration of a natural gas stream down to μg/m can be used to assess compliance with environmental regulations, predict possible damage to gas plant equipment, and monitor the efficiency of mercury removal beds.

C Girvin has written: 'On-line Zeeman atomic absorption spectroscopy for mecury analysis in oil shale gases' -- subject(s): Mercury, Atomic absorption spectroscopy, Air, Analysis, Pollution. Using an RA + Zeeman atomic absorption spectrometer, the concentration of mercury was measured in the air above objects of interest.

The measurements mainly made from driving a car equipped with a GPS receiver have allowed the assignment of Hg concentration to a particular place to provide a digitised pollution database in geographic Author: Egils Bogans, Janis Skudra, Anda Svagere, Zanda Gavare.

Experimental and Numerical Analysis of Gas Transport in Shale Including the Role of Sorption History Matching, Shale Oil Results highlight the interplay of gas slip and sorption of pure gases at core-level. Results also quantify the role of CO2 sorption in various shale fabrics and thus promote the potential for by: Comment: This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers.

In good all round condition. Dust Jacket in fair condition. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual itemCited by: Mercury analysis is a critical test process that requires specific standard.

Using the right mercury analyzer to ensure that you achieve the right results. Atomic Fluorescence Spectroscopy offers the highest level of sensitivity and linearity.

But AFS mercury analysis has secured significant market share in international markets and still offers a distinct challenge to its more accepted AAS competitor.

Of the three different instrument techniques used in mercury analysis, cold vapor atomic absorption spectrometry (CVAAS) is the most widely accepted.

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Several elements (Zn, Pb, Cu, Ni, Ca, Mg, Fe, and Mn) are determined routinely in water samples using atomic absorption spectroscopy.

Sodium and potassium are determined by flame emission. The preparation of the samples, the analytical method, the detection. United States Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service, Office of Public Health Science CLG-MERC Page 6 of 10 Title: Determination of Mercury by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy Revision: 01 Replaces: CLG -MERC Effective: 05/27/ h.

Swirl to mix the contents thoroughly and pipet 10 mL of the contents from each. Spectrochemical Analysis by Atomic Absorption and Emission provides this knowledge, by describing both the theory of atomic spectroscopy and all the major atomic spectrometric techniques (AAS, Flame-AES, Plasma AES, AFS, and ICP-MS), including basic concepts, instrumentation and by: Notes on atomic absorption spectroscopy pdf DOWNLOAD.

DIRECT DOWNLOAD. Notes on atomic absorption spectroscopy pdf Atomic absorption spectroscopy is based on the same principle as the flame test used in qualitative analysis. When an alkali metal salt or a calcium, strontium the atomic absorption spectrometry is in the.

ON LINE ZEEMAN ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROMETER FOR MERCURY ANALYSIS IN OIL SHALE OFF GASES (Courtesy of the Technical Information Division, University of California, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory) FIGURE 4. Simple method for determination of Pb in natural water by flame atomic absorption spectrometry (FAAS) has calibration graph for lead was linear in the range ( ) µg ml -1 and the detection limit was x 10 -3 µgL P S Analytical prides itself on Commitment and support to our worldwide customer base.

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To discuss particular requirements and.Atomic emission spectroscopy (AES) is a method of chemical analysis that uses the intensity of light emitted from a flame, plasma, arc, or spark at a particular wavelength to determine the quantity of an element in a sample.

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