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 > pub
Table 5-6. Analytical results for Ge, As, Se and Te in silicate reference materials < 20191004112353-544269 > pub
measured unit JB-2 JB-3 powder JA-2 JA-3 powder JP-1 BCR-2 BHVO-1 AGV-1
[Ge] a µg/g 1.45 1.23 1.09 1.23 0.776 1.38 1.42 0.955
[As] a µg/g 2.46 1.43 0.698 3.79 0.314 0.736 0.506 0.825
[Se] a µg/g 0.138 0.057 0.0047 0.053 0.0072 0.082 0.099 0.006
[Te] a µg/g 0.0035 0.001 0.00078 0.0035 0.0011 0.0032 0.0049 0.0017
(a) determined by ICPMS with isotope dilution and internal standardization on Q-ICPMS Agilent 7500cs
name physical-form quantity unit global-id
JB-2 pub powder 20130416090250-887738
JB-3 powder pub aliquot 1.56 g 20170620122529-773001
JA-2 pub powder 20160921101920-406882
JA-3 powder pub aliquot 1.9 g 20170620122603-026842
JP-1 pub powder 12.8 g 20190301111946-454924
BCR-2 pub powder 20130416090303-875743
BHVO-1 pub powder 20130416090323-009811
AGV-1 pub powder 20130416090329-701068

The table is created from analysis shown below. The rowname Ge-As-Se-Te (Max et al., 2009) filters out analysis. Upper analysis has priority.To list more analysis, add a stone in stone sub-tab.

  • name
    technique
    device
    priority
JB-2 JB-3 powder JA-2 JA-3 powder JP-1 BCR-2 BHVO-1 AGV-1