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Non-destructive analysis of samples with a complex geometry by NRTA

Ma, F.; Kopecky, S.*; Alaerts, G.*; Harada, Hideo; Heyse, J.*; Kitatani, Fumito; Noguere, G.*; Paradela, C.*; $v{S}$alamon, L.*; Schillebeeckx, P.*; et al.

Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, 35(3), p.478 - 488, 2020/03

 Times Cited Count:0 Percentile:100(Chemistry, Analytical)

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High spectral resolution of diode laser absorption spectroscopy for isotope analysis using a supersonic plasma jet

Kuwahara, Akira; Aiba, Yasuaki*; Yamasaki, Shinya*; Nankawa, Takuya; Matsui, Makoto*

Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, 33(7), p.1150 - 1153, 2018/07

 Times Cited Count:1 Percentile:79.71(Chemistry, Analytical)

Although high-temperature plasma sources have been used for direct isotope analysis of solid samples, the spectral resolution of diode laser absorption spectroscopy in high-temperature plasma is limited by the Doppler broadening of atomic absorption lines. Thus, a decrease in translational temperature is necessary to enhance the spectral resolution and distinguish isotope shifts due to mass number. In this study, a supersonic plasma wind tunnel, also called an arc-jet plasma wind tunnel, was used to enhance spectral resolution drastically, and a demonstration was carried out using natural stable xenon isotopes. As a result, the temperature was found to be about 180 K and the spectral resolution was about one order of magnitude higher than that of the conventional high-temperature source. Additionally, the method proposed herein was verified by using two xenon isotopes.

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Development of an isotope analysis method based on diode laser absorption spectroscopy using an arc-jet plasma wind tunnel

Kuwahara, Akira; Aiba, Yasuaki*; Nankawa, Takuya; Matsui, Makoto*

Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, 33(5), p.893 - 896, 2018/05

 Times Cited Count:2 Percentile:63.08(Chemistry, Analytical)

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Comparative study of granitic and sedimentary groundwater colloids by flow-field flow fractionation coupled with ICP-MS

Saito, Takumi; Hamamoto, Takafumi*; Mizuno, Takashi; Iwatsuki, Teruki; Tanaka, Satoru*

Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, 30(6), p.1229 - 1236, 2015/06

 Times Cited Count:10 Percentile:33.78(Chemistry, Analytical)

Size distribution and elemental compositions of colloids in granitic and sedimentary deep groundwater was determined by flow field flow fractionation (Fl-FFF) combined with ICP-MS. In the granitic groundwater organic colloids and various inorganic elements were found in limited size ranges ($$<$$10 nm and $$>$$140 nm). The presence of different types of organic colloids was suggested in this groundwater. Most of the inorganic elements exhibited similar size distributions at $$<$$10 nm, which were largely overlapped with organic colloids rich in fluorophores. In the sedimentary groundwater small organic and probably inorganic colloids were found at $$<$$5 nm together with relatively large inorganic colloids. Organic colloids in this groundwater were homogeneous in terms of their sizes and the compositions of chromohores and fluorophores. The size distribution of inorganic elements depended on their types, indicating the presence of different host colloidal phases for them.

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The Use of solution nebulization ICP-MS combined with particle screening and micro-sampling for analysis of individual uranium-bearing particles

Esaka, Fumitaka; Magara, Masaaki; Kimura, Takaumi

Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, 28(5), p.682 - 688, 2013/05

 Times Cited Count:9 Percentile:43.7(Chemistry, Analytical)

A fission track technique and automated particle measurement (APM) were used as particle screening methods to select uranium containing particles, prior to the ICP-MS analysis. In the ICP-MS combined with the fission track technique, the uranium isotope abundance ratios were successfully determined for individual particles with diameters ranging from 1.2 to 2.4 $$mu$$m in a certified reference material. The analysis of the real inspection swipe sample gave the $$^{235}$$U/$$^{238}$$U isotope abundance ratios between 0.0246 and 0.0376. When the APM was used as the particle screening method for the real inspection swipe sample, the $$^{235}$$U/$$^{238}$$U isotope abundance ratios ranging from 0.0259 to 0.0432 were obtained. From these result, it is indicated that the performance of APM to identify uranium containing particles with higher $$^{235}$$U abundance is greater than that of the fission track technique.

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Effect of alkali metals on the accuracy of isotope ratio measurement of uranium by ICP-MS

Magara, Masaaki; Sakakibara, Takaaki; Kurosawa, Setsumi; Takahashi, Masato; Sakurai, Satoshi; Hanzawa, Yukiko; Esaka, Fumitaka; Watanabe, Kazuo; Usuda, Shigekazu

Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, 17(9), p.1157 - 1160, 2002/09

 Times Cited Count:11 Percentile:53.44(Chemistry, Analytical)

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