Journal of Analytical Methods in Chemistry

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Volume 2006 |Article ID 042987 | https://doi.org/10.1155/JAMMC/2006/42987

Eduardo Costa de Figueiredo, Leandro Ruela de Souza, Cristiana Schmidt de Magalhães, Célio Wisniewski, Pedro Orival Luccas, "A Homemade Autosampler/Injector Commutator for Flow Injection Analysis", Journal of Analytical Methods in Chemistry, vol. 2006, Article ID 042987, 4 pages, 2006. https://doi.org/10.1155/JAMMC/2006/42987

A Homemade Autosampler/Injector Commutator for Flow Injection Analysis

Received21 Nov 2005
Revised30 Jan 2006
Accepted03 Apr 2006
Published02 Jul 2006

Abstract

An autosampler/injector commutator for flow injection analysis (FIA) was constructed with electronic components of used equipments. The apparatus is controlled by commercially available multifunctional interface (PCL711B) connected to a personal computer, and the software was written in Visual Basic language. The system was applied to water analysis and it presented satisfactory results. The low cost and simplicity are the principal characteristics of the autosampler/injector commutator.

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