By José A. C. Broekaert
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37): dTaT Ta5040 Va À Vb Â 0X434 Â dIaI 38 gAa a gAb must be large when Va À Vb is large and Ia aIb should not be particularly small or large. In addition the transition probabilities must be accurately known. Indeed, the error of the determination of the temperature strongly depends on the accuracy of gAa a gAb , as by dierentiating Eq. 3 Emission and absorption of radiation minimizes errors introduced by changes in the spectral response of the detector, and the ratio of the gA values is well known.
It characterizes the kinetic energy of the molecules and radicals, by which the band spectra are emitted. It is also a good approximation of the temperature re¯ecting the kinetic energy of the neutrals and ions in a plasma. For the case of a hollow cathode discharge the Boltzmann plot and the temperatures as measured from CN and N 2 band hyper®ne structures are given in Fig. 3. Spectral lines of molecular bands emitted by molecules and radicals present in a plasma often interfere with the atomic spectral lines in atomic emission spectrometry.
The halfwidth is given by: DnL 2ap Á sL2 Á N p 2 Á p Á R Á T Á 1aM1 1aM2 50 M1 and M2 are the atomic masses, N is the concentration of the foreign atoms and sL is their cross section. The pressure broadening is low in the case of discharges under reduced pressure. 02 pm. At atmospheric pressure, however, this type of line broadening is the predominant one. Furthermore, isotopic structure and hyper®ne structure, and also resonance broadening, resulting from the interaction between radiating and non-radiating atoms of the same species, and Stark broadening, resulting from interaction with electrical ®elds, contribute to the physical widths of the spectral lines.
Analytical atomic spectrometry with flames and plasmas by José A. C. Broekaert