At.Spectrosc. 2020 DOI: 10.46770/as.2020.208 View full text
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Jue Lu, Wei Chen

Abstract: Sulfate minerals are widely distributed in nature and their sulfur isotopic signatures offer a largely untapped source of potential information for improving our understanding of magmatic, hydrothermal, and sedimentary processes. In this study, we describe an analytical procedure for measuring the sulfur isotopic compositions of natural sulfatebearing samples using a LA-MC-ICP-MS (laser ablation multiple collector inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry) technique. YF-2 barite (BaSO4) from the Yongfu hydr…

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