Surface analysis of aluminium by glow-discharge optical emission spectrometry
Long, John 2003, Surface analysis of aluminium by glow-discharge optical emission spectrometry, in Proceedings of the 27th Annual A&NZIP Condensed Matter and Materials Meeting, Australian Institute of Physics, Parkville, Vic..
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Proceedings of the 27th Annual A&NZIP Condensed Matter and Materials Meeting
Cashion, John Finlayson, Trevor Paganin, David Smith, Andrew Troup, Gordon
Australian Institute of Physics
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Surface engineering in solids has become an important field in materials science. Glow-discharge optical emission spectrometry (GD-OES) has proven to be a powerful tool for the rapid analysis of elements in the surface of solids. One may employ GD-OES to determine quantitatively the bulk concentration of elements in a sample, and elemental concentrations as a function of depth. Presented here is an overview of GD-OES analysis and an application to aluminium.
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020406 Surfaces and Structural Properties of Condensed Matter
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