Makishima, Akio (2014) Cu Purification Using an Extraction Resin for Determination of Isotope Ratios by Multicollector ICP-MS, Chromatography, 1, 96-107, doi:10.3390/chromatography1030096. < 20191218151715-692732 > pub
Table 4. δ 65 Cu values of US Geological Survey (USGS) and Geological Survey of Japan (GSJ) silicate reference materials. Note that δ 65 Cu values are based on ERM-AE647. < 20191219094258-796504 > pub
measured unit BHVO-1 AGV-1 PCC-1 JB-1b JB-2 JB-3 powder JA-1 JA-2 JA-3 powder
δ65Cu a -0.44 -0.64 -0.71 0.83 1.01 -0.75 0.86 -0.33 0.11
(a) determined by MC-ICPMS on MC-ICP-MS Finnigan, Neptune
name physical-form quantity unit global-id
BHVO-1 pub powder 20130416090323-009811
AGV-1 pub powder 20130416090329-701068
PCC-1 pub powder 20100824093541348.hkitagawa
JB-1b pub powder 20160921102320-366434
JB-2 pub powder 20130416090250-887738
JB-3 powder pub aliquot 1.56 g 20170620122529-773001
JA-1 pub powder 20130416090234-228760
JA-2 pub powder 20160921101920-406882
JA-3 powder pub aliquot 1.9 g 20170620122603-026842

The table is created from analysis shown below. The rowname d65Cu (Max et al., 2014) filters out analysis. Upper analysis has priority.To list more analysis, add a stone in stone sub-tab.

  • name
BHVO-1 AGV-1 PCC-1 JB-1b JB-2 JB-3 powder JA-1 JA-2 JA-3 powder