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Inorganic Mass Spectrometry: Principles and Applications
Contents. Preface. Acknowledgement. Introduction to mass spectrometry. 1. History of mass spectrometric techniques. 2. Ion sources. 2.1.Inductively coupled plasma ion source. 2.1.1.Laser ablation
Precise and accurate isotope ratio measurements by ICP-MS
  • J. Becker, H. Dietze
  • Chemistry, Medicine
    Fresenius' journal of analytical chemistry
  • 30 August 2000
A significant instrumental improvement for ICP-MS is the multicollector device (MC-ICP-MS) in order to obtain a better precision of isotope ratio measurements (with a precision of up to 0.002%, RSD).
Bioimaging of metals by laser ablation inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (LA-ICP-MS).
Recent progress in LA-ICP-MS imaging as a stand-alone technique and in combination with MALDI/ESI-MS for selected life science applications is summarized.
Inorganic Mass Spectrometry
Biomonitoring of hair samples by laser ablation inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (LA-ICP-MS)
Abstract An analytical method for determining essential elements (Zn, Fe and Cu) and toxic elements (Cr, Pb and U) on single hair strands by laser ablation inductively coupled plasma mass
Recent developments in isotope analysis by advanced mass spectrometric techniques
  • J. Becker
  • Environmental Science
  • 19 October 2005
An outstanding feature of mass spectrometry is the possibility of determining exact masses and accurate abundances of stable and unstable isotopes with high precision. The importance of isotope ratio
Isotopic analysis of uranium and plutonium using ICP-MS and estimation of burn-up of spent uranium in contaminated environmental samplesPresented at the Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry,
Environmental monitoring of actinides and evaluation of the contamination source (nuclear weapons tests, nuclear power plant and nuclear reprocessing plant accidents, etc.) requires precise and
Determination of uranium isotopic composition and 236U content of soil samples and hot particles using inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry
Results obtained with ICP–MS, α- and γ-spectrometry showed differences in the migration properties of spent uranium, plutonium, and americium.
Trace and ultratrace analysis in liquids by atomic spectrometry
Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) and ICP atomic emission spectrometry (ICP-AES) are widely used as routine techniques in analytical laboratories for multi-elemental determination
Migration history of North Sea houting (Coregonus oxyrinchus L.) caught in Lake IJsselmeer (The Netherlands) inferred from scale transects of 88Sr:44Ca ratios
Abstract.North Sea houting, Coregonus oxyrinchus, became extinct in the River Rhine in the 1940 s and was reintroduced in the 1990 s. To study the migration history of individuals, the 88Sr:44Ca