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A microwave-oven system for the dissolution of geologic samples
|Other titles||Microwave oven system for the dissolution of geologic samples|
|Statement||by Paul J. Lamothe, Terry L. Fries, and Jerry J. Consul|
|Series||Open-file report -- 86-189, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 86-189|
|Contributions||Fries, Terry L, Consul, Jerry J, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
I agree that the article should be split, with the "Microwave oven" or "Domestic microwave oven" article focusing on the use of the microwave, preferably including a section on the features that are generally included on a microwave. That's what I was looking for, specifically the beeping noise that many microwaves make when one presses a button. The system uses computer software and hardware to guide the analyst through the logging-in and weighting of each sample, whereas other systems have automated powder sample dispensers (35). Once the samples have been added to the dissolution vessels, the digestion acid(s) are added by automated reagent dispensing stations.
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Evaluation of a microwave-oven system for the dissolution of geologic samples Paul J. Lamothe, Terry L. Fries, and Jerry J. Consul Anal. Chem.,58 (8), pp – Get this from a library. A microwave-oven system for the dissolution of geologic samples.
[P Lamothe; Terry L Fries; Jerry J Consul; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. A microwave-oven system for the dissolution of geologic samples Open-File Report By: P.J.
Lamothe, T.L. Fries, and J.J. Consul. A MICROWAVE-OVEN SYSTEM FOR THE DISSOLUTION OF GEOLOGIC SAMPLES by Paul J. Lamothel, Terry L. Fries^, and Jerry J. Consul1 Open-File Report This report is preliminary and has not been reviewed for conformity with U.S.
Geological Survey editorial standards. ^U.S. Geological Survey, Menlo Park, California Author: P.J. Lamothe, T.L.
Fries, J.J. Consul. Jul 01, · A microwave oven was utilised to decompose several geological materials by means of acid digestion.
Dissolution was achieved in 5 min andU,U,Th andTh were all determined on the solutions by radiochemical separation and α-spectrometry.
The materials, which include a granite, an arkose, a river sediment and a nearshore marine sediment, display a large range in U and Th Cited by: 8. Since the first application of a microwave oven for sample preparation inmany microwave-assisted dissolution methods have been developed — these are applicable to virtually any kind of.
ELSEVIER Chemical Geology () CHEMICAL GEOLOGY ISOTOPE GEOSCIENCE Determination of rare-earth elements in coal using microwave digestion and gradient ion chromatography Ronald T.
Watkinsa'", Moira K. Ridley~'B, M.A. Bruno Pougnetb,y, James P. Willisa "Department of Geological Sciences, University of Cape Town, RondeboschSouth Africa bDepartment of Cited by: An assessment of dissolution techniques for the analysis of geological samples by plasma spectrometry J.J.
ConsulEvaluation of a microwave oven system for the dissolution of geological samples. Anal. Chem., 58 (), pp. Cited by: To determine elemental content, samples were digested in a microwave, which allows for rapid dissolution of the sample matrix, requires low oxidizing reagent volume, and uses closed vessels to.
Mar 25, · Soil chemistry and pollution study of a closed landfill site at Ampar Tenang, Selangor, Malaysia Show all authors. Lamthothe, PJ, Fries, TL, Consul, JJ () Evaluation of a microwave oven system for the dissolution of geologic cie-du-scenographe.com by: 8.
Abstract. Of the determinative methods used to study clay minerals, chemical analysis is the oldest and most established. Before the development of the earliest instrumental techniques, such as X-ray diffraction and thermal methods, the identification of clay-mineral phases was accomplished by chemical analysis, supplemented where possible by optical data and physical characteristics such as.
Chemistry and Biology51(2), p. 75–80 Chemistry STUDY OF PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROCESSES OCCURRING IN CHROME CONCENTRATE UNDER MICROWAVE RADIATION H. BADALYAN 2, A. MANUKYAN, L. HARUTYUNYAN 3, R. HARUTYUNYAN 3 1. Nov 17, · A simple design for microwave assisted digestion vessel with low reagent consumption suitable for food and environmental samples N.
Microwave oven samle dissolution for the analysis of Cited by: 2. The use of microwave digester for digestion of alloy and slag samples of smelted ocean bed polymetallic nodules has permitted the complete digestion of samples, thereby replacing the tedious classical methods of digestion of samples.
The digestion procedure includes two acid-closed digestions of samples in a microwave oven. Owing to the hazardous nature of perchloric acid, it was not used in Author: Kumari Smita, Saurabh Kumar Singh, Brajesh Kumar. Computer Controlled Microwave Oven System for Rapid Water Content Determination [Paul A.
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The microwave is most familiar as the energy source for cooking food. Every microwave oven contains a magnetron, which generates microwaves at just the right frequency to interact with the molecules in food and heat it directly.
All wave energy changes polarity from positive to negative with each cycle of the wave. In microwaves, these polarity. Chapter Temperature Programed Desorption Using an off-the-Shelf Hybrid Microwave Oven.Feb 16, · Enormous numbers of microwave photons are needed to warm macroscopic samples of matter.
A portion of soup containing g water is heated in a microwave oven from 29°C to 91°C, with radiation of wavelength m.Dec 08, · Answer: Radar. Although now ubiquitous, the microwave oven was once an expensive curiosity that was discovered entirely by accident.
InPercy Spencer, an American engineer, was working on an active radar set and stumbled upon the food-heating properties of microwave radiation.