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|Title:||THE METHOD FOR Cu AND Zn ISOTOPE RATIO DETERMINATION BY MC ICP-MS USING THE AG MP-1 RESIN|
|Other Titles:||МЕТОДИКА ОПРЕДЕЛЕНИЯ ИЗОТОПНЫХ ОТНОШЕНИЙ Cu И Zn МЕТОДОМ МК ИСП-МС С ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЕМ СМОЛЫ AG MP-1|
|Authors:||Okuneva, T. G.|
Karpova, S. V.
Streletskaya, M. V.
Soloshenko, N. G.
Kiseleva, D. V.
|Publisher:||Institute of the Earth's Crust|
|Citation:||THE METHOD FOR Cu AND Zn ISOTOPE RATIO DETERMINATION BY MC ICP-MS USING THE AG MP-1 RESIN [МЕТОДИКА ОПРЕДЕЛЕНИЯ ИЗОТОПНЫХ ОТНОШЕНИЙ Cu И Zn МЕТОДОМ МК ИСП-МС С ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЕМ СМОЛЫ AG MP-1] / T. G. Okuneva, S. V. Karpova, M. V. Streletskaya et al. // Geodynamics and Tectonophysics. — 2022. — Vol. 13. — Iss. 3. — 615.|
|Abstract:||The isotopic composition of copper is of great interest for researchers in various fields of science, geochemistry and hydrology in particular, wherein the consideration is being given to the variations in the isotopic composition of the Earth's crust, extraterrestrial matter, and water basins, as well as to the origin and transfer of matter. Zn isotopes appear to be promising for identifying the sources and pathways of the environmental pollution. The aim of this study involves the refinement and validation of the zinc and copper isotopic ratio determination methodology covering the whole process from sample digestion to MC ICP-MS measurements. For this reason, as well as to assess the suitability of the methodology for the analysis of environmental samples, Zn and Cu isotopic analysis of the BHVO-2, BCR-2 and AGV2 USGS certified reference materials has been performed. The method for determination of Cu and Zn stable isotope ratios by multi-collector inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry in environmental samples is developed. The application of the AG MP1 resin with optimized layer parameters (resin bed height 3.5 cm, diameter 1 cm) provides the highpurity Cu and Zn fractions. The method is characterized by high throughput and adequate analytical figures of merit when using the standardsample bracketing technique for mass bias correction. The procedural blanks related to chemical dissolution and ion exchange procedures are lower than 1 and 3 ng for Cu and Zn, respectively, assuring no blank effect on the isotopic composition of samples. The accuracy and precision obtained for Cu and Zn isotope measurements in the BHVO2, BCR2 and AGV2 geological certified reference materials demonstrate good agreement with the reference values published. © 2022 Institute of the Earth's Crust. All rights reserved.|
|Keywords:||AG MP-1 RESIN|
CU AND ZN ISOTOPE RATIOS
|metadata.dc.description.sponsorship:||ААААА181180530900458; Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, Minobrnauka: 075-15-2021-680; Russian Science Foundation, RSF: 18-77-10024|
The work of Okuneva T.G. is supported by the Russian Science Foundation (project 18-77-10024), the rest authors are supported by the state assignment of the IGG UB RAS ААААА181180530900458. Isotopic analyses are performed at the "Geoanalitik" Shared Research Facilities of the IGG UB RAS. The reequipment and comprehensive development of the "Geoanalitik" Shared Research Facilities of the IGG UB RAS is financially supported by the grant of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation (Agreement 075-15-2021-680).
authors are supported by the state assignment of the IGG UB RAS ААААА 猃?猃猃稃爃眃甃爃笃爃爃瘃?稁 Isotopic analyses are performed at the 㘀Geoanalitik ? Shared Research Facilities of the IGG UB RAS. The reequipment and comprehensive development of the 㘀Geoanalitik 㘀 Shared Research Facilities of the IGG UB RAS is 퀀inancially supported by the grant of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation (Agreement 075-15-2021-680).
FUNDING: The work of Okuneva T.G. is supported by the Russian Science Foundation (project 18-77-10024), the rest
|RSCF project card:||18-77-10024|
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