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Molybdenum Isotope Analysis of Standard Reference Materials
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  • Journal title : Economic and Environmental Geology
  • Volume 49, Issue 2,  2016, pp.89-95
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Economic and Environmental Geology
  • DOI : 10.9719/EEG.2016.49.2.89
 Title & Authors
Molybdenum Isotope Analysis of Standard Reference Materials
Jo, Yunsoo; Kil, Youngwoo; Ryu, Jongsik; Seol, Junghwan; Nguyen, The Cong; Jung, Woochul; Park, Sanghee;
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 Abstract
Mo isotope, one of highly redox-sensitive isotopes, has been shown to be useful tracers of geochemical processes. Many studies for Mo isotope have documented with the help of recently developed analysis tools, but it has not yet been documented in the Korea. In this study, we introduce two-stage column separation method of Mo using column tube (BioRad PolyPrep(R) column, 10 ml) and anion exchange resin (BioRad Resin AG(R) 1-X8, 200-400 mesh). Mo isotope ratios in the solid SRMs (BHVO-2, SDO-1, PACS-2) and liquid SRM (IAPSO) were measured on MC-ICP-MS (Multi-collector Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometer) and then compared with reference Mo isotope ratios. Mo isotope ratios in our study overlap with reference Mo isotope ratios within analytical error.
 Keywords
Mo isotope;SRM;MC-ICP-MS;anion exchange resin;column tube;
 Language
Korean
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