By Ursula M. Cowgill (auth.), L. R. Pearson, E. L. Grove (eds.)
This quantity offers a set of papers given on the sixteenth Mid -America Symposium on Spectroscopy held in Chicago, June 14-17, 1965. The Mid-America Symposium is backed every year by means of the Chicago element of the Society for utilized Spectroscopy in cooperation with the St. Louis, Niagara Frontier, Cleveland, Detroit, lndianapolis, and Milwaukee Sections of the Society and the Chicago gasoline Chromatography dialogue staff. even supposing we consult with this assembly because the Mid-America Symposium, it maintains to draw attendance, curiosity, and inquiry from many elements of the area. classes on lnfrared, Raman, Ultraviolet, seen, Emis sion, Flame, Atomic Absorption, Nuclear Particle, Gamma Ray, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, X-Ray Spectroscopy, Spec troscopy, Spectrophosphorimetry, and gasoline Chromatography supplied fascinating papers concerning either utilized and theo retical rules. This quantity maintains a chain of the lawsuits initiated in 1961 and consists of a suite of 37 papers offered at this assembly. it's the opinion of the Symposium Committee that even supposing no longer a whole account of the lawsuits, booklet of this assortment as a reference is warranted. As editors of this quantity, we want to show our gratitude to the authors who gave their effort and time in filing their manuscripts in order that this quantity might be released. The Symposium Committee, L. S. grey, W. Baer, Vivian Biske, W. Los eki , M. S. Wang, F. Leahy, J. L. Ogilvie, B. D.
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Fleischer and R. E. Stevens, "Summary of New Data on Rock Samples G J and Wl," Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 26:525_545 (1962). 4. D. Zemany, "Line Interference Corections for X-Ray Spectrographic Determination of Vanadium, Chromium, and Manganese in Low-Alloy Steels," Spectrochim. Acta 16:736_741 (1960). 5. A. H. Compton and S. K. Allison, X_Rays in Theory and Experiment, D. , Princeton, N. J. (1935). 6. H. A. Liebhafsky, H. G. Pfeiffer, E. H. WinslOW, and P. D. , New York (1960). 7. Ada Ryland, "A General Approach to the X-Ray Spectroscopic AnalYSis of Samples of Low AtomiC Number," presented at the 147th American Chemical Society Meeting, Division of Analytical Chemistry, Philadelphia, Pa.
The required procedure had to combine speed, accuracy, economy, and be adaptable to routine usage for handling large numbers of samples. X-ray spectroscopy  has been shown to be an excellent means for the quantitative analysis of a variety of alloys. A number of investigators have reported procedures for the determination of copper and silver in various matrices. Excellent precision in the direct determination of silver in photographic film  in which large volumes of samples are handled with an automatic feed system has been reported.
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Developments in Applied Spectroscopy by Ursula M. Cowgill (auth.), L. R. Pearson, E. L. Grove (eds.)