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electrothermal

[i¦lek·trō′thər·məl]
(physics)
Pertaining to both heat and electricity.
In particular, pertaining to conversion of electrical energy into heat energy.
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Determination of selenium in seleno compounds and marine biological tissues using electrothermal atomization atomic-absorption spectrometry.
There are few studies of the distribution of lead in the human skeleton using instrumental analytical methods, such as electrothermal atomization atomic absorption spectrometry (ETAAS).
For the design, onwafer measurements of large-emitter area power HBTs, as well as an accurate electrothermal HBT large-signal model, have been successfully used.
At the same time, one should not overlook the strong electrothermal effect on the metal and composite elements of the test object of the long-term C-current component of artificial lightning, according to [7, 8], which carries through its round support zone at the object of relatively small outer diameter (up to 6 mm [10]) the huge values of the electric charge [q.sub.0] (up to [+ or -] 200 C).
Curtius, Cloud-point extraction for the determination of Cd, Pb and Pd in blood by electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry, using Ir or Ru as permanent modifiers, J.
Electrothermal atomic absorption spectroscopy has been used successfully for such analyses (4, 5), but one of its disadvantages is that the analytical procedures are relatively time-consuming.
Part II: Rapid method for the automated determination of lead in whole blood by electrothermal atomic-absorption spectrophotometry.
Request for quotations : purchase of technological equipment (electrothermal) for the construction object reconstruction with the overhaul of the complex of buildings of the ei specialized lyceum of the ministry of internal affairs of the republic of belarus at ul.
Ushakov combined the first group of mechanisms by the term electrical breakdown, the second one--by the electrothermal breakdown [3].
The melting points were recorded on an Electrothermal type 9100 melting point apparatus.