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Title: The determination of oxygen in metals using an impulse heating furnace equipped with a sample transfer lock.
Authors: Dale, LS
de Jong, S
Kelly, JW
Whittem, RN
Keywords: Calibration
Oxygen
Metals
Remote handling equipment
Quantitative chemical analysis
Electric furnaces
Issue Date: May-1975
Publisher: Australian Atomic Energy Commission
Citation: Dale, L. S., de Jong, S., Kelly, J. W., & Whittem, R. N. (1975). The determination of oxygen in metals using an impulse heating furnace equipped with a sample transfer lock. (AAEC/E352). Lucas Heights, NSW: Australian Atomic Energy Commission Research Establishment.
Abstract: An impulse heating furnace has been constructed for the determination of low levels of oxygen down to 100 µg g-1 in metals. The furnace is equipped with a sample transfer lock which permits samples to be loaded into outgassed crucibles in a helium atmosphere. As a result, blank levels in the range 2 to 3 µg oxygen are obtained; the modification also results in shorter sample processing time. The apparatus is described, and its suitability for oxygen determinations at these levels has been verified by comparison of results obtained on reference and analysed materials.
Gov't Doc #: 569
URI: http://apo.ansto.gov.au/dspace/handle/10238/559
ISBN: 0642996830
Other Identifiers: AAEC-E-352
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