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Interferences might occur during reduction, during transport of the hydrides, and in the detector. A review of such interferences with the determination of arsenic is available in the literature . The hydride generation method must always be used with appropriate consideration of potential interferences from the matrix. 6. DETERMINATION OF TRACE ELEMENT COMPOUNDS NOT REDUCIBLE TO VOLATILE DERIVATIVES Many trace element compounds are not volatile and cannot be converted to volatile derivatives without loss of information about their original chemical nature.
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A basis for the space of functions analytic in a disk by Nagnibida N. I.