Ochrona Środowiska - Roztwarzanie/Mineralizacja

Speciation Analysis of Mercury in Sediments by HPLC Using HPLC Hyphenated to Vapour Generation Atomic Fluorescence Spectrometry Following Microwave-Assisted Extraction
By: Geng Leng, Li Feng, Shao-Bo Li, Ping Yang, De-Zhong Dan
LCGC EUROPE, Vol. 26(5), pp. 250-258.

Determination of Total Mercury in Raw and Cooked Fish Tissue by Microwave Digestion/Cold Vapor Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy. Morgan, Jeffrey M.; Berry, Jr., Maurice R.; and Graves, Robert L., U. S. Environmental, Protection Agency, Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory, Quality Assurance Research Division, Development and Evaluation Branch, Cincinnati, Ohio (Poster Paper).

Determination of Ultra-level Total Mercury in Sediment and Tissue by Microwave Digestion and Atomic Fluorescent Detection. Scifres, J.; Wasko, M.; McDaniel, W.; and Cheema, V., American Environmental Laboratory, June 1995.

Determination of elements in paint and paint scrapings by inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectroscopy using microwave assisted digestion. Paudyn, Anna M. and Smith, Roy G., Fresenius Journal of Analytical Chemistry, 1993, Vol. 345, pp 695-700.

Elemental Analysis of Lubricating Grease by Inductively Coupled Plasma Atomic Emission Spectrometry (ICP-AES). Fox, BS; ExxonMobil Research and Engineering, Journal of ASTM Intl., Vol. 2, (8), 2005.

Evaluation of Microwave Digestion Systems for Mercury Recovery in an Oil Matrix. Whitaker, M.J.; Westinghouse Savannah River Company, Aiken, SC. Department of Energy WSRC-RP-97-322.

The Use of Microwave Digestion and ICP to Determine Elements in Petroleum Samples. Hwang, JD; Horton, M; and Leong, D., Chevron Energy Technology Company, Journal of ASTM Intl., Vol. 2 (10), Nov. 2005.