Journal or Book Title
Journal of Flow Injection Analysis
Aspects of definitions of analytical chemistry and flow injection analysis are discussed. The driving force in analytical research of cost-effectiveness is identified and the characteristics of flow injection examined. Basic concepts of fluid flow relevant to flow injection are explained and some common misconceptions concerning the magnitude of various phenomena examined. The implications fa the design of manifolds for high sensitivity are evaluated and some practical problems addressed. Novel features of FI, which take advantages of the kinetic nature of suitable processes, are identified and illustrated by some of Professor Ishibshi's work.
Tyson, Julian, "Flow Injection Analysis Concepts and Misconceptions" (1993). Journal of Flow Injection Analysis. 1267.
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