National Institute of Standards and Technology/gl-nist-610 < 20130109080306-520-567 > pub
  • classification: synthetic:glass
  • physical-form: chunk
  • status: unknown
  • modified at 2013-04-19
  • 20130109175007.pdf
1: JB-2 2: JB-3 3: JA-1 4: BCR-2 5: BHVO-1 6: BHVO-2 7: AGV-1 8: AGV-2 9: NIST SRM 610 10: NIST SRM 612 11: NIST SRM 614 12: MYK-1 (#7/6)


(a) Ion chromatography with pyrohydrolysis on 761 COMPACT IC
1: NIST SRM 610 2: NIST SRM 612 3: NIST SRM 614 4: NIST SRM 616


(a) Q-ICP-MS_procedures of Makishima and Nakamura (1997, 1999, 2006) on Q-ICPMS Agilent 7500cs
1: ref-gl-tahiti 2: ref-gl-hawaii 3: ref-gl-dr1a1 4: ref-gl-pjr1 5: myk1-1 6: myk1-2 7: myk1-5 8: gl-NIST-610 9: ref-gl-ab1 10: ref-ap-durango 11: ref-cpx-klb1 12: cpx-sag30 13: ref-cpx-sax39c 14: opx-KLB1 15: ol-fa-hk-1 16: ol-MW-sc5 17: ref-ol-sc1 18: ref-ol-fo1 19: ref-ol-fk1 20: ref-grt-HK5206701d 21: ref-grt-mnag10


(a) EPMA on EPMA JEOL JXA-8800R
(b) mass spectrometry with dual inlet on SIRA Thermo-Fisher MAT253
name
physical-form
quantity
grain
20090318093433148.hkitagawa
Quantity of gl-nist-610 is
(was unknown) and loss was 0.0 g after operation .
place quantity
name device global-id
recommended pub 4 on gl-NIST-610 pub EPMA JEOL JXA-8800R 20110613191026-753-748
ref_gl_nist610 pub 6 on gl-NIST-610 pub 20110615111918-029-443
name global-id
Nakamura et al. (2012) Space environment of an asteroid preserved on micrograins returned by the Hayabusa spacecraft, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 101, E624-E629, doi:10.1073/pnas.1116236109. 20120224095412-627-620
name spots global-id
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