The instrumentation used for FIA with CL detection is usually simple and is composed of the components depicted in Figure 2. These components are readily assembled to form the analytical manifold, although there are also commercially available flow injection systems with CL detection. Spectrophotometric or fluo-rimetric flow injection systems can often be used for CL measurements after some modifications. [Pg.332]

Some remarks on Kahler manifolds with c = 0, Classification of algebraic and analytic manifolds Katata 1982, Progr. Math. 39, Birkhauser Boston, Boston, Mass. 1983, 1-26. [Pg.184]

A. Fujiki, On primitive symplectic compact Kahler V-manifolds of dimension four, in Classification of Algebraic and Analytic Manifolds , K.Ueno (ed.). Progress in Mathematics, Birkhauser 39 (1983), 71-125. [Pg.113]

The TRAACS 800+ shown in Fig. 2.18 consists of one or more analytical consoles, a random-access sampler and personal computer (PC). The analytical console is fitted with two peristaltic pumps which can each handle up to 10 pump tubes. The analytical manifolds are located above the pumps and utihze glass parts 1 mm in diameter, in order to keep reagent consumption low. Heating baths, UV digesters and dialysers can be built into the manifold. [Pg.55]

For comparison, think of a differentiable or complex-analytic manifold. There again one has a topological space together with some additional structure and again one can describe the structure by a sheaf of functions, prescribing for each open set which functions are C°° or analytic. Thus X = Spec A with our sheaf on it is a sort of geometric object, and obviously... [Pg.53]

The tubing material that connects CFA systems is either glass or Teflon tubing. Tubing is used for the mixing coils that make up the analytical manifold, which is the junction box that contains all the connections between the different streams. The output from the manifold is then passed through a flow-through detector. [Pg.513]

This is correct, for example, in the category of compact topological spaces, of Banach spaces, and of complex analytic manifolds. On the other hand, it is false for differentiable manifolds - consider the map ... [Pg.22]

W. D. Basson, Consecutive Determination of Nitrogen, Phosphorous and Calcium, in Animal Feeds on a Single Channel Flow Injection Analyzer with a Common Analytical Manifold. Fresenius Z. Anal. Chem., 311 (1982) 23. [Pg.400]

As shown in Figure 1, an SFA system consists of five basic components sample changer, peristaltic pump, analytical manifold, detector, and data output system. The manifold contains the mixing coils, dial-yzer, heater, and other components through which sample and reagents are pumped and where sample clean-up and reaction takes place. The data output... [Pg.4332]

Theorem 5.2.4 (Bolotin). Let be a connected Riemannian compact two-dimensional real-analytic manifold with a locally geodesically convex boundary and such that x( ) < 0. Then the geodesic Sow of the Riemannian metric on the three-dimensional manifold of constant energy h = 1 does not have an analytic Brst integral (which is independent of the energy integral and is in involution with it on T M). [Pg.273]

The results formulated below were obtained by Bolotin. We may assume without loss of generality that the configuration space Af is an analytic manifold. Bearing in mind applications to celestial mechanics, we assume the potential energy V to have singularities at the points of a finite set C Af. Then the phase space of the gyroscopic system is T (Af 2). [Pg.278]

Consider the analytic case. Let be an analytic manifold with an analytic metric. In this case, using the results obtained by Gabrielov [173], [174], which are a continuation of a paper by Loyasevich [175], one can prove the fact that a complete... [Pg.282]

Theorem 5.3.4. If dim Hi (M, Q) > dim Af , then the geodesic Sow on a closed analytic manifold Af does not possess a complete involutive set of analytic functionally independent Srst integrals. [Pg.283]

Let us also observe that all the functions considered above are not only infinitely differentiable, but analytic . Mathematicians know the precise meaning of the concept for the reader it suffices perhaps to consider functions composed of elementary functions he knows from practice. Thus Mis, in fact, an analytic manifold , an expression used in Section 4.5, before-last paragraph. [Pg.232]

Thus for well-posed problems (and analytic manifolds), the classification observable / not observable (unobservable) is almost complete . The remaining cases ( exceptional observability ) represent mere coincidence. Briefly, an unmeasured variable is... [Pg.283]

Most seawaters, however, contain more nitrate than nitrite (about ten times as much). The determination of nitrite and nitrate with one analytical manifold, therefore, might require different spectrophotometer adjustments. [Pg.187]

Analyser systems are available commercially but may also be constructed from single components according to individual requirements. A typical system for the automated analysis of seawater constituents consists of a sampler, proportioning pump, the analytical manifold (a delay and reaction system), a flow-through spectrophotometer and a data acquisition system. Fig. 10-13 shows a 4-channel CFA system built and used in the Institute of Marine Research in Kiel (Germany). One example manifold (nitrate) including a flow-through-spectrophotometer is displayed in Fig.10-14. [Pg.211]

Seawater samples are often collected at temperatures below the laboratory temperature. Consequently, small gas bubbles tend to separate out while warming up. These bubbles enter the analytical manifold and disturb the spectrophotometric detection. If the air segments are removed in front of the cuvette, the random micro-bubbles will also be removed. When a spectrophotometer is used which allows the air segments to pass through the cuvette, a bubble separator has to be inserted at the very beginning of the manifold just after the sample inlet. The bubble separator removes random and micro-bubbles before the defined air segmentation. [Pg.218]

The most simple data acquisition device, which has been used by generations of automated nutrient analysts, is an analogue multi-pen recorder connected with the photometer voltage output(s). The recorded peaks can be evaluated graphically. Adjusting the delay coils of the manifolds (in multi-channel operation) to identical system times facilitates the sample/peak correlation. This method may be old-fashioned but still is an acceptable setup for testing and developing analytical manifolds. [Pg.221]

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