Application of Spectrographic Microphotometric Scanning

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SeriesU.S. Geological Survey bulletin -- 1036E
ContributionsWaring, C.L., Franck, M., Sherwood, A.M.
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SHERWOOD ABSTRACT A previously published semiquantitative spectrographic method was modified by applying microphotometric scanning of the spectrograms in such a way that the operator was free to do other work during a large part of the scanning Author: Clarence Almon Waring, Mona Franck, A.M.

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Also, a large collection of particles could be studied for obtaining an average analysis of all the particles in the analyzed area.The second method was direct microphotometric analysis of the reaction dynamics by the plug-method (measurement of average light transmission through a limited area of preparation or image).Reduction of fading of fluorescent reaction product for microphotometric quantitation.

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