Analytical Biochemistry | VOL. 31

A carbon dioxide collection accessory for the rapid combustion apparatus for preparation of biological samples for liquid scintillation analysis

Publication Date Jan 1, 1969


Abstract A carbon dioxide collection accessory is described for the previously reported combustion system for preparation of biological samples for liquid scintillation counting. A sample can be burned and collected every 3 min. Sample size is limited by the capacity of the solvent to absorb carbon dioxide without precipitation. The system can be used for collecting water as well as carbon dioxide, for double isotope counting. The method has a collection recovery of 97%, is calibrated by internal standards, and shows a coefficient of variation of 1.1%.


Samples For Liquid Scintillation Counting System For Preparation Of Samples Carbon Dioxide Preparation Of Samples Internal Standards Sample Size Double Counting Double Isotope Counting Preparation Of Biological Samples Liquid Scintillation Analysis

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