isotope ratio mass spectrometry

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isotope ratio mass spectrometry

A high-accuracy, high-precision form of mass spectrometry used to determine ratios of atomic isotopes in small volumes of gas, which are used in geochemistry, cosmological chemistry, (carbon) dating and tracer studies
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