## Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology, Volume 2Academic Press, 1992 - Physical sciences |

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It differs from numerical problem solving in that the

from a mathematical algorithm. Rather, the

looking for and combining all useful ideas or clues, each of which contributes to ...

It differs from numerical problem solving in that the

**solution**path does not comefrom a mathematical algorithm. Rather, the

**solution**to a problem is obtained bylooking for and combining all useful ideas or clues, each of which contributes to ...

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In this example, a band spectral interference occurs if calcium is present in the

inaccurate because it would be composed of barium atomic emission plus the

CaOH ...

In this example, a band spectral interference occurs if calcium is present in the

**solution**that is to be analyzed. The measured signal at 553.6 nm would beinaccurate because it would be composed of barium atomic emission plus the

CaOH ...

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D. Evaluation of the

problems is not easy. Most analytical

infinite series. To get numerical answers one must evaluate series functions,

which ...

D. Evaluation of the

**Solutions**Numerical evaluation of the**solutions**to theseproblems is not easy. Most analytical

**solutions**to PDEs are expressed in terms ofinfinite series. To get numerical answers one must evaluate series functions,

which ...

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### Contents

Guide to Using the Encyclopedia ix Atomic Physics | 339 |

Approximations and Expansions 1 Atomic Spectrometry | 357 |

Archaeological Geology 31 Atomic Spectroscopy | 381 |

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