Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
University of Pittsburgh
(This manual is a practical laboratory reference that summ...)
This manual is a practical laboratory reference that summarizes useful solutions to a wide range of common analytical problems. In its extensive focus on hybrid chemical/instrumental approaches, the manual represents a new approach, containing information otherwise only available by consulting a long list of scattered references. A concise reference source for laboratory technicians, chemists, and lab managers who are faced with detection limit difficulties,spectroscopic line interferences, precision problems at high concentrations, or with an alloy that takes too long to dissolve. Emphasis on steels, nickel and cobalt based alloys; also copper, aluminum, titanium, lead, and precious metals.
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This work details minor, trace and ultratrace methods; addresses the essential stages that precede measurement; and highlights the measurement systems most likey to be used by the pragmatic analyst. It features key material on inclusion and phase isolation. The book is designed to provide useful maps and signposts for metals analysts who must verify that stringent trace level compositional specifications have been met.
Dulski received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Pittsburgh in 1963.
Dulski began his career as a research chemist at Crucible Materials Corporation in 1963. Five years later he took a position of a research chemist at J&L Steel Corporation. Then in 1972, Thomas became a chemistry supervisor at Numec Corporation.
Also in 1973, he held a position of a consultant at Dravo Corporation. Since 1973 Dulski has been a specialist in analytical chemistry at Carpenter Technology Corporation.
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Dulski is a member of American Society for Testing and Materials and American Chemical Society.
On October 19, 1985 Thomas Dulski married Grace J. Verosky.