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Proceedings of the 3rd Workshop on Advanced Research and Technology in Industry (WARTIA 2017)
Methods used for the determination of strontium content in pyrotechnics are mostly based on traditional chemical method, which is lengthy and cumbersome. If inductively coupled plasma emission spectrometry or atomic absorption spectrometry are used to determine the strontium with high content, the sample solution must be highly diluted, and it must produce errors in measurement and call into question the reliability of the data. The method mentioned in this paper is about the determination ofdoi:10.2991/wartia-17.2017.77 fatcat:3zjmfrahwzezdf6vxdpd3igmui