Pb isotope analysis of ng size samples by TIMS equipped with a 1013 Ω resistor using a 207Pb-204Pb double spike

M. Klaver, R.J. Smeets, J.M. Koornneef, G.R. Davies, P.Z. Vroon

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The use of the double spike technique to correct for instrumental mass fractionation has yielded high precision results for lead isotope measurements by thermal ionisation mass spectrometry (TIMS), but the applicability to ng size Pb samples is hampered by the small size of the

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Fractionation
Isotopes
Resistors
Ionization
Mass spectrometry
Lead
Hot Temperature

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