|Abstract||The highly sensitive atomspektrometrial detection methods, such as inductively coupled plasma mass spektrometry (ICP-MS) or the graphit furnace atomic absorption spektrometry (GFAAS), became determinant in analytical chemistry nowadays. Besides it is also an important issue to carry out measurements by cheap and simple techniques with high precision, this is why the cenventional flame atomic absorption spektrometry (FAAS) is still one of the most often applied element selective measurement method. The precision of the FAAS techniques basicly can be improved at the producing and the carrying of the aerosol . In the connecting literature there are several papers that are aiming the total sample introduction [2-5]. In this paper we introduce a newly developed sample introduction method and it’s applicability. This method satisfies the improving conditions of the sensitivity of the analysis.|
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