The influences of impact beads, mixer paddles, and auxiliary oxidant upon the droplet size distributions reaching a burner head have been studied at three nebulization rates for a widely used Perkin Elmer nebulizer/spray chamber assembly. The trends observed are explained wherever possible and the practical significance of the results is briefly discussed.
Malcolm S. Cresser and Richard F. Browner, "Observations on the Effects of Impact Beads, Mixer Paddles, and Auxiliary Oxidant on Droplet Distributions in Analytical Flame Spectroscopy," Appl. Spectrosc. 34, 364-368 (1980)
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