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Calibration in atomic-absorption spectrometry is achieved by means of a concentration-gradient chamber using a single concentrated standard solution. Calibration is rapid and extends over the entire working concentration range of the analyte, irrespective of the shape of the conventionally obtained calibration curve. No curve-fitting approximations are involved. With well-designed apparatus, deviations are less than 1%.
Tyson, Julian and Appleton, J. M.H., "A Continuous Dilution Calibration Technique for Flame Atomic-Absorption Spectrophotometry" (1984). Talanta. 1285.
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