Ion Exchange Chromatography and Mass Bias Correction for Accurate and Precise Zn Isotope Ratio Measurements in Environmental Reference Materials by MC-ICP-MS

@article{Arajo2016IonEC,
  title={Ion Exchange Chromatography and Mass Bias Correction for Accurate and Precise Zn Isotope Ratio Measurements in Environmental Reference Materials by MC-ICP-MS},
  author={Daniel Ferreira Ara{\'u}jo and Geraldo Resende Boaventura and Jerome Viers and Daniel Santos Mulholland and Dominik J. Weiss and Debora Araujo and B{\'a}rbara Requi{\~a}o de Lima and Izabel Ramos Ruiz and W. T. V. Machado and Marly Babinski and Elton Luiz Dantas},
  journal={Journal of the Brazilian Chemical Society},
  year={2016},
  volume={28},
  pages={225-235}
}
Precise and accurate d66/64Zn data for environmental reference materials (RMs) including rocks, sediments, soils and plants are presented in order to improve the metrological traceability and analytical control of Zn isotope ratio determinations in future environmental studies. Previously developed ion exchange chromatography protocols were adjusted to enable faster sample throughput and instrumental mass bias processes were investigated. The improved chromatographic protocol yielded precise… Expand

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