Some Aspects of Organic Tin Analysis by Gas Chromatography-flame Photometry
The emissions of organic tin compounds in the small flame of a photometric detector was studied. Emissions were observed at the blue and red regions. The emission in the blue region was broad (e. g. , 360-490 nm) and was significantly influenced by the siliceous surfaces in the proximity of the flame. The emission in the red region was sharp (maximum at 610 nm) and was less affected by such surfaces. The relative usefulness of these emissions in the chromatographic analysis of organotin compounds is presented.
S. Kapila and C. R. Vogt, "Some Aspects of Organic Tin Analysis by Gas Chromatography-flame Photometry," Journal of Chromatographic Science, Oxford University Press, Jan 1980.
The definitive version is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/chromsci/18.3.144
Article - Journal
© 1980 Oxford University Press, All rights reserved.