which may occur when changes in concentration of concomitants affect the mass flow
rates or mass flow patterns of the analyte species in the flame. If they are caused
by changes in volume and rise velocity of the gases formed by combustion, in extreme
cases manifesting themselves by changes in the size and/or shape of the flame, they
are non-specific and are called flame-geometry interferences.
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