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dc.creatorStoiljković, Milovan
dc.creatorPavlović, Mirjana S.
dc.creatorSavović, Jelena
dc.creatorKumanovic, M
dc.creatorManinkovic, M
dc.identifier.issn0584-8547 (print)
dc.description.abstractOscillating magnetic field was used to Study the efficiency of the aerosol sample introduction into the dc plasma. At atmospheric plasmas, the effect of magnetic field is reduced to Lorentz forces on the current carrying plasma, which produces motion of the plasma. The motion velocity of dc plasma caused by oscillating magnetic field was correlated to spectral emission enhancement of analytes introduced as aerosols. Emission enhancement is the consequence of the reduced barrier to introduction of analyte species and aerosol particles into the hot plasma region. Two hypotheses described in the literature for the origin of the barrier are considered: (i) barrier induced by temperature field is based upon the thermophoretic forces on the aerosol particles when their radius is comparable to the molecular free path in the surrounding gas and, (ii) barrier induced by radial electric field, recently described, that originates from gradients of charged particles in radial direction. Correlation between ionization energy of the analyte atoms with experimental emission enhancement obtained by the use of oscillating magnetic field indicates that mechanism (ii) based upon the radial electric field is predominant. The ultimate emission enhancement and possible analytical advantage is discussed. (c) 2005 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.en
dc.sourceSpectrochimica Acta. Part B: Atomic Spectroscopyen
dc.subjectdc arc with aerosol supplyen
dc.subjectplasma-magnetic field interactionen
dc.subjectdemixing effecten
dc.subjectemission spectroscopyen
dc.subjectanalytical applicationen
dc.titleStudy of aerosol sample interaction with dc plasma in the presence of oscillating magnetic fielden
dcterms.abstractПавловиц, МС; Кумановиц, М; Манинковиц, М; Стоиљковић Милован; Савовић Јелена;

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