Space Environment/The Dar al Gani 194 CO3 asteroid < 20160323134746-883166 > pub
  • classification: meteorite
  • physical-form: asteroid
  • status: unknown
  • modified at 2016-03-23
1: JB-2 2: JB-3 powder 3: JA-2 4: JA-3 powder 5: JP-1 6: BCR-2 7: BHVO-1 8: AGV-1 9: Murchison 10: Allende-12 11: Dar al Gani 521 12: Dar al Gani 194


(a) HR-ICPMS on ICPMS Thermo-Fisher Neptune
1: Murchison 2: DaG 194 3: DaG 521 4: Allende (T)


(a) ICPMS with isotope dilution and internal standardization on Q-ICPMS Agilent 7500cs
name
physical-form
quantity
aliquot
125.1178 g
20071205074728.en
Quantity of The Dar al Gani 194 CO3 asteroid is
(was unknown) and loss was 0.0 g after operation .
place quantity

Space Environment over 5 years

2016-03-23 14:01 2021-08-05 09:25
description:
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Dar al Gani 194_S pub 1 on Dar al Gani 194 pub ICPMS Thermo-Fisher Neptune 20191223154623-212905
Dar al Gani 194_Ge-As-Se-Te pub 13 on DaG 194 pub Q-ICPMS Agilent 7500cs 20191004113714-111484
name global-id
Makishima, Akio & Nakamura, Eizo (2012) High-resolution MC-ICPMS employing amplifers with a 10 12 ohm resistor for bulk sulfur determination in biological and geological samples, Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, 27, 891-895, doi:10.1039/c2ja10337k. 20191223144532-884161
Akio Makishima & Eizo Nakamura (2009) Determination of Ge, As, Se and Te in Silicate Samples Using Isotope Dilution‐Internal Standardisation Octopole Reaction Cell ICP‐QMS by Normal Sample Nebulisation, Geostandards and Geoanalytical Research, 33, 369-384, doi:10.1111/j.1751-908X.2009.00014.x. 20191004104221-721601
name spots global-id