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PostPosted: Tue Jul 25, 2006 1:37 pm    Post subject: organic phosphorus on ICP-AES Reply with quote

hi everyone
i am trying to find the right way for measuring organic phosphorus (effluents and soil leachates originated) in ICP-AES. so far i learned that i can't get a reliable full result by just a straight forward measurement.
does any body know of the right pre-treatment ?
i suspect autoclaving should be the direction but still need the right "prescription" that won't harm the ICP itself (too much persulfate might).
thaks a lot for any help
iris
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