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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Stable isotope mass spectrometry in childhood lead poisoning.
To investigate cd speciation in crops, Specadis will use a novel multidisciplinary framework combining the most recent advances of two cutting-edge technologies: X-ray absorption spectroscopy and stable isotope mass spectrometry. Specadis will (i) use the newly developed high energy resolution fluorescence detected x-ray absorption spectroscopy technique to bring, For the first time, In situ cd speciation measurements in crops and (ii), Combined with cd isotope geochemistry, Unravel the relationships between cd isotope fractionation and cd speciation changes in crops to develop a tracer of cd speciation in dilute samples.
Contract notice: purchase of stable isotope mass spectrometry equipment - irms flap project