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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Flow-injection spectrophotometric multidetermination of metallic ions with a single reagent exploiting multicommutation and multidetection|
|Abstract:||A flow system designed by computer-controlled discrete commutation devices is proposed for the multidetermination of metallic ions with a single chromogenic reagent. Intermittent addition of masking agents and changes of the reaction pH were exploited to implement selective determination of four species. Multidetection with an optical-fiber CCD-array spectrophotometer enabled simultaneous measurements at different wavelengths for multidetermination. The proposed system was applied to the determination of iron, copper, nickel and zinc in alloys and pharmaceutical preparations, yielding results in agreement with those obtained by flame atomic absorption spectrophotometry at the 95% confidence level. The sampling rate was estimated to be 80 determinations per hour. Coefficients of variation lower than 2% (n = 20) were achieved for all species.|
|Citation:||Fresenius Journal Of Analytical Chemistry. Springer-verlag, v. 370, n. 1, n. 22, n. 27, 2001.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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