Hi Pat,

What do you plan to analyze your barium carbonate samples for; 13C or 18O (or both)?



Prof. Dr W Meier-Augenstein, CChem, FRSC
Stable Isotope Forensics & Analytical Sciences

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HI All
I need to analyze some barium carbonate precipitates which may have high sulfate in them. Will this be a problem for the Delta V or the transfer line to the Delta V, is there a way to trap the sulfate?

Patrick Anderson
UWM-School of Freshwater Sciences
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Milwaukee, WI 53204
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