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The flame spray technique was used to produce a nano-material with a customized composition. Liquid organic precursors of Si, Ca, Ti, Mg, Fe, and Al in a concentration similar to the matrix of the well-known NIST SRM 610 glass standard were mixed with a selection of rare earth elements (Ce, Gd,...
Zircon Pb–U dating has become a key technique for answering many important questions in geosciences. This paper describes a new LA-ICP-MS approach. We show, using previously dated samples of a large quaternary rhyolitic eruption in the Kos–Nisyros volcanic centre (the 161 ka Kos Plateau Tuff),...
The direct age dating of individual mineral components in sedimentary rocks through the analysis of radiogenic parent and daughter isotopes has been routinely applied to better understand sediment provenance and dispersal patterns for several decades. Time, labor, and financial cost—sadly, not...
Many studies now acknowledge the occurrence of systematic discrepancies between U–Pb ages determined in zircons in situ by LA-ICP-MS and the benchmark analytical method ID-TIMS. In this study, we present detailed investigations into the ablation characteristics of zircons that suggest an...
We developed an advanced method for producing undiluted nano-particulate pressed powder tablets without addition of any binder applying wet-milling protocols in aqueous suspension using a high power planetary ball mill and agate tools. The method was tested and optimized for the milling time,...
The capabilities and limitations of nanosecond laser ablation ICP-mass spectrometry for bulk and spatially resolved (elemental mapping) analysis of iron meteorites were assessed. The quantitative data obtained were compared to those obtained i. via multi-element solution ICP-MS (after digestion)...
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