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  • Gas IRMS
  • Δ47
  • carbon
  • clumped isotopes
  • CO2
  • LIDI 2 Software Workflow

LIDI 2 Software Workflow: Overcoming challenges for clumped isotopes CO₂ analysis on carbonate samples

Nils Stoebener, Jens Radke, Christopher Brodie, Mario Tuthorn and Johannes Schwieters

Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany

TN30668

Goal: This note demonstrates how challenges of variable laboratory temperature and matching of crimping of sample and reference capillaries are overcome by the Thermo Scientific LIDI 2 Software Workflow.

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  • MC-ICP-MS
  • geochronology
  • hafnium
  • laser ablation
  • U-Pb
  • zircon

Optimizing methodologies for Hf and U-Pb analysis of zircons by MC-ICP-MS using ultrafast laser ablation technology

G. Craig (1), R. Hutchinson (2), D. N. Douglas (2), C. O’Connor (2), M. P. Field (3) and N. S. Lloyd (1)

1) Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany; 2) Elemental Scientific Lasers LLC. Bozeman, MT, USA; 3) Elemental Scientific Inc. Omaha, NE, USA

TN30654

Goal: This note demonstrates the utility of ultrafast laser ablation technology for high precision isotope ratio geochronology by MC-ICP-MS.

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  • Gas IRMS

How do isotope fingerprints support petrochemical investigations?

Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany

SN30711

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  • Gas IRMS

How do I measure clumped Δ47 from carbonates using the Thermo Scientific portfolio?

Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany

SN30672

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LA-ICP-MS for U-(Th)-Pb geochronology: Which analytical capability is right for my laboratory?

Grant Craig, Laura Bracciali and Nicholas Lloyd

Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany

SN30581

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  • GD-MS
  • calibration factors

Calibration factors for Fast Flow Glow Discharge Mass Spectrometry (FF-GD-MS) in continuous and pulsed mode

Torsten Lindemann, Joachim Hinrichs and Nicholas Lloyd

Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany

Goal: The Thermo Scientific™ Element GD Plus™ GD-MS was used to measure a set of 13 iron based certified reference materials.

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  • GD-MS
  • Gallium

Gallium analysis using μs-pulsed fast flow GD-MS

Joachim Hinrichs, Torsten Lindemann and Johannes Schwieters

Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany

PN30602

Goal: Gallium metal samples with a melting point below 30 ˚C can only be analyzed in pulsed mode, taking advantage of the much lower power requirements compared to DC operation to avoid melting.

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  • GD-MS
  • Gallium Kit

Thermo Scientific Element GD Plus Gallium Kit

Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany

FL30675

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  • HR-IRMS
  • IRMS

Unraveling the geologic history of meteorites and our planet Earth

Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany

CS30659

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  • HR-ICP-MS
  • MC-ICP-MS
  • TIMS

Early Earth Sciences at the University of Göttingen

Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany

CS30658

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The joy of discovery: Your curiosity, our geosciences portfolio

Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany

BR30660

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  • HR-ICP-MS
  • Jet Interface
  • Laser ablation
  • Geosciences

The Jet Interface: improving sensitivity of trace element analysis

Jenny Roberts, Grant Craig, Torsten Lindemann, Claudia Bouman, Nicholas Lloyd and Laura Bracciali

Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany

AN30685

Goal: The latest Jet Interface for the Thermo Scientific™ Element™ Series HR-ICP-MS sets a new standard for sensitivity in elemental analysis.

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  • EA-IRMS
  • adulteration
  • beverage
  • hydrogen
  • isotope fingerprints
  • origin
  • oxygen
  • rice

EA-IRMS: Characterizing Himalayan rice of different origin by oxygen and hydrogen isotope fingerprints

Oliver Kracht and Christopher Brodie

Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany

AB30663

Goal: This brief illustrates how isotope fingerprints support further investigation on mislabeling and food fraud, by providing a framework for study of provenance of rice using oxygen and hydrogen isotopes.

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  • EA-IRMS
  • criminal forensics
  • illegal traffic
  • isotope fingerprints
  • origin
  • oxygen
  • timber wood

EA-IRMS: Tracing geographical origin of timber using oxygen and hydrogen isotope fingerprints

Oliver Kracht and Christopher Brodie

Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany

AB30662

Goal: This brief illustrates how isotope fingerprints provide a framework for the provenance of wood using oxygen and hydrogen isotopes.

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  • GD-MS
  • aluminum
  • solar cell
  • silicon

Analysis of solar cell silicon

Joachim Hinrichs

Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany

AN30164

Goal: The Element GD Plus GD-MS is capable of determining impurities directly in the solar cell silicon at sub ppb concentration levels for many elements.