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Although the area of metal trace analysis is covered by a number of well-established analytical techniques, such as the mass spectrometric variants described in this chapter but also spectroscopic, electrochemical and radiochemical methods, in a number of cases the use of FDMS has become attractive because of the following characteristics: a) First, only minute sample amounts of the order of a few microliters are needed and many samples such as physiological fluids or tissue homogenizates can be analyzed without pretreatment; b) second, in combination with stable-isotope enriched internal standards, the technique exhibits an unmatched reliability since matrix effects are effectively excluded.
Analytical Problems by Boschke F.L.