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The importance of rock and mineral specimen in the research field
Using high-precision stable isotope ratios in rock and mineral specimens to provide new insights into environmental and climatic processes and the transition from Earth to tropical ecosystems The importance of the field of study.
Multicomponent inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry can sensitively and accurately measure isotopic ratios of stable rock and mineral specimens, and can be coupled with a variety of sample injection systems (such as laser ablation gas chromatography or liquid chromatography). Versatility and high performance, improve the effectiveness of stable isotope research, expand new elements and new fields of application.
The use of mercury isotope fingerprinting to identify the source of mercury can provide a better understanding of the biogeospheric cycle of mercury in the environment. There is increasing emphasis on the analysis of rock and mineral specimen environments. Ongoing research activities will be carried out through the use of marine environmental sample banks. samples, improve environmental impact through efforts to provide measurement standards, understand mercury fractionation, and promote the application of these techniques.
Mercury fractionation follows the degree of mass reduction of mercury at the sea surface, which is one of the important reactions affected by sea ice resistance and atmospheric mercury exchange. These findings may be helpful because we are using mercury stable isotopes to better understand Its regional and global biogeospheric cycles, and how it affects the cycles of climate change.