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New application – Potential for use of double spike to correct for mass fractionation

Posted on 31st July, 2012

The ability to accurately correct for instrumental mass fractionation is crucial in any TIMS analysis. Elements such as strontium and neodymium have naturally occurring stable isotopes which can be used to calculate a mass fractionation correction but uranium possesses no suitable isotope pairs. A normalising ratio can however be artificially...

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New Phoenix brochure now available

Posted on 13th July, 2012

  A new Phoenix brochure was produced in time for the Goldschmidt meeting but if you weren’t there you can download a copy from our downloads page. The new brochure includes a lot of technical information as well as new data from across the full range of TIMS applications. You’ll find...

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Meet Isotopx on Booth 211 at GSA 2012

Posted on 27th June, 2012

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Selected Publications for May 2012

Posted on 18th June, 2012

We like to keep an eye open for journal publications where Isotopx instruments (Phoenix and Isoprobe as well as their direct predecessor the VG Sector 54) have been used so that we can provide an up to date bibliography to our users or to other interested parties. A list of...

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Multiple ion counting application note added to the downloads page (T10412)

Posted on 30th April, 2012

TIMS analysis of very small (picogram) sample loads results in ion signals that are small and short lived. Whilst the ion-counting Daly can be used in peak jumping mode for such samples, the constantly varying signal intensity really calls for a multi-collector approach and in these circumstances multiple ion-counting becomes the...

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