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To everyone:

Since I am interested in the use of laser ablation systems for 
stable isotope measurements in various substances (although totally 
unexperienced), I would be grateful to hear about the latest 
developments on that field. Moreover, is it possible to give me 
some information about who actually uses such systems especially 
in the U. K. for further contacting ?

Thanks,

Frank




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Dr. Frank Pawellek
University of Wales / Swansea
Department of Geography
Singleton Park
Swansea SA2 8PP
Wales / U.K.
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