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On-line Monitoring of Heavy Metals in Industrial Wastewater by Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy

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Abstract

A method of heavy metals determination in industrial wastewater based on laser induced breakdown spectroscopy technique was studied, the on-line system with graphite enrichment automatically and plasma spatial confinement detection were developed and field applied.

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