Yamakawa et al. (2009) Chemical Separation and Mass Spectrometry of Cr, Fe, Ni, Zn, and Cu in Terrestrial and Extraterrestrial Materials Using Thermal Ionization Mass Spectrometry, Analytical Chemistry, 81, 9787–9794, doi:10.1021/ac901762a. < 20100403102859589.admin > pub
Table 2. Summary of Cr, Fe, Ni, Cu, and Zn Concentrations in JB-1b, JP-1, and Allende < 20200130113610-803828 > pub
measured unit JB-1b JP-1 Allende-13 Allende-12
[Cr] a µg/g 458.4 2896.0 3623.0 3600.0
[Fe] a µg/g 61510 56430 235600 233400
[Ni] a µg/g 150.2 2356.0 14230.0 14020.0
[Cu] a µg/g 52.7 7.0 108.0 107.0
[Zn] a µg/g 80.14 46.52 109.3 117.8
(a) determined by TIMS on TIMS Thermo-Fisher MAT262
name physical-form quantity unit global-id
JB-1b pub powder 20160921102320-366434
JP-1 pub powder 12.8 g 20190301111946-454924
Allende-13 pub aliquot 20071216135144.en
Allende-12 pub aliquot 0.51212 g 20071216135000.en

The table is created from analysis shown below. The rowname Cr-Fe-Ni-Cu-Zn (Yamakawa 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-1b JP-1 Allende-13 Allende-12