A Spectrographic Analysis of Materials Extracted from the Waste Waters of Kalamazoo by the Kalamazoo Water Treatment Plant
This paper is concerned with the techniques and procedure for doing a complete spectrographic analysis. It was necessary to supplement the actual analysis with a short discussion on basic quantum theory, as well as a physical description of the spectrograph and an explanation of the procedure for both qualitative and quantitative analysis. The final analysis is concerned with the materials extracted from the waste waters of Kalamazoo's residential and industrial community. A relatively complete analysis was made and the results are given at the conclusion of this paper.
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