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Direct determination of copper in plant material by electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry



Direct determination of copper in plant material by electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry



VIth International Colloquium for the Optimization of Plant Nutrition, Proceedings: Volume 1: 323-330



The method is described. The sample is ground, reduced to a fine powder and dispersed in water, and the slurry obtained is injected into a graphite tube. Lines at 324.7 and 327.4 nm are used according to the Cu content. Optimum operating conditions are determined and precision and accuracy are discussed.

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