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Stuart Chalk, Ph.D.
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NIST 1575

Classification: Reference Material -> NIST -> 1575 -> Pine needles

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"Use Of Inductively Coupled Mass Spectrometry For Trace-metal Analysis In Natural Systems"
Lab. Pract. 1988 Volume 37, Issue 1 Pages 61-63
Eaton, A.N.;Hutton, R.C.

Abstract: Standard reference materials, e.g., human serum, tomato leaves, pine needles and hair, were analyzed with use of a VG PlasmaQuad ICP-MS instrument operated with recommended parameters (cf. Hutton and Eaton, J. Anal. Atomic Spectrom., 1987, 2, 595). The results (tabulated) show the method to be accurate; detection limits are typically at the pg mL-1 level. Use of the instrument in the rapid multi-element semi-quantitative screening mode as well as in the conventionally calibrated mode is described. A rapid data-acquisition system (Transcan) is available that permits elementary screening even for transient signals, e.g., from flow injection sample introduction.
Metals, trace Mass spectrometry Multielement Reference material