Four years of experience with nuclearized ELANs at the Institute for Transuranium Elements
In the last 4 years, ICP-mass spectrometry has become a versatile analytic tool for the Nuclear Chemistry Group of the Institute for Transuranium Elements, due to its extremely low detection limits and its ability to provide isotopic information on highly diluted radioactive samples. Routine methods using an ELAN 250 coupled with a Laser Sampler 320 have been developed for a variety of analyses. The laser ablation method makes possible the determination of concentrations and isotopic abundances for most fission products and actinides.
Bibliographic Reference: Article: Interface, Vol. 6 (1993)
Record Number: 199311368 / Last updated on: 1994-11-28
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