A sputtering cell has been studied as a means for atomizing samples by a method other than a thermal mechanism. The effects of various matrices on the absorption signals for Cu, Sr, and Li were noted, and the results are compared to the same systems when atomized in a graphite furnace. Mechanisms for the observed interferences are discussed.

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