Keywords

Manganese



Keyword Definition

Manganese



Category: Analysed quantities

Subcategory: Element

Keywords corresponding to analysed quantities.  The types of analysed quantities have been grouped into eleven different subcategories. Examples: “Au”, “pH”. Taken from the “Analytical_Quantities_SHARED” database table.  The subcategories are taken from the “Analytical_Quantity_Types_SHARED” database table.


Index Group Name Decomposition Technique
1    Mn | - | -    
2    Mn | NONE | ROOT   None   Technique
3    Mn | NONE | AAS-FLAME-6   None   C2H2/Air
4    Mn | NONE | ICP-ES   None   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy
5    Mn | NONE | ICP-MS   None   IC plasma / mass spectrometry
6    Mn | NONE | Powder D-C   None   Powder D-C Arc
7    Mn | NONE | PIXE   None   PIXE
8    Mn | NONE | WD-XRF   None   WD-XRF
9    Mn | NONE | pXRF   None   pXRF
10    Mn | NONE | MULTIPLE   None   Multiple
11    Mn | ACID | ICP-ES   Acid   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy
12    Mn | STR ACID | ICP-ES   Strong Acid   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy
13    Mn | MOD ACID | ABSORP   Moderate Acid   Absorption
14    Mn | AR | ROOT   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)   Technique
15    Mn | AR | ABSORP   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)   Absorption
16    Mn | AR | FLUOR   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)   Fluorescence
17    Mn | AR | AAS-FLAME   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)   Flame
18    Mn | AR | AAS-FLAME-1   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)   Flame
19    Mn | AR | AAS-FLAME-6   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)   C2H2/Air
20    Mn | AR | ICP-ES   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy
21    Mn | AR | ICP-MS   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)   IC plasma / mass spectrometry
22    Mn | AR (ss) | ICP-ES   Aqua Regia (sensu stricto)   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy
23    Mn | LEFORT | ABSORP   Lefort   Absorption
24    Mn | LEFORT | AAS-FLAME-6   Lefort   C2H2/Air
25    Mn | LEFORT | ICP-ES   Lefort   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy
26    Mn | 4-acid | AAS-FLAME-6   4-acid   C2H2/Air
27    Mn | 4-acid | ICP-ES   4-acid   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy
28    Mn | 4-acid | ICP-MS   4-acid   IC plasma / mass spectrometry
29    Mn | AR (Acme[1]) | ICP-MS   Aqua regia (Acme[1])   IC plasma / mass spectrometry
30    Mn | AR (Acme[1]) | ICP-MS/ES   Aqua regia (Acme[1])   ICP-MS and ICP-ES
31    Mn | 4-acid (Acme) | ICP-MS   Four-acid (Acme)   IC plasma / mass spectrometry
32    Mn | Unknown | ROOT   Unknown   Technique
33    Mn | Unknown | ICP-ES   Unknown   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy
34    Mn | Unknown | ICP-MS   Unknown   IC plasma / mass spectrometry
35    Mn | AR-NGR | AAS-FLAME-6   Aqua regia (NGR)   C2H2/Air
36    Mn | AR-NGR-STREAM-1 | AAS-FLAME-6   Aqua regia (NGR stream)   C2H2/Air
37    Mn | AR-NGR-STREAM-3 | AAS-FLAME-6   Aqua regia (NGR stream) (alternate)   C2H2/Air
38    Mn | HF-HNO3-HClO4 | ABSORP   3 acid mixture   Absorption
39    Mn | BO2/B4O7 | Powder D-C   Borate and/or tetraborate   Powder D-C Arc
40    Mn | Aqua regia (NASGLP) | ICP-MS/ES   Aqua regia (NASGLP)   ICP-MS and ICP-ES
41    Mn | Water | ICP-MS/ES   Water   ICP-MS and ICP-ES
42    Mn | HF-HCl-HClO4 | ICP-ES   3 acid mixture   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy
43    Mn | AR (BVM) | ICP-MS   Aqua regia (BVM)   IC plasma / mass spectrometry
44    Mn | AR-NGR-STREAM-4 | AAS-FLAME-6   AR-NGR-STREAM-4   C2H2/Air
45    Mn | HF-HClO4 | AAS-FLAME   HF-HClO4   Flame
46    Mn | AR (Acme[2]) | ICP-MS   Aqua regia (Acme[2])   IC plasma / mass spectrometry
47    Mn | Multiple | INA/ICP-MS   Multiple   INAA and ICP-MS
48    Mn | Multiple | MULTIPLE   Multiple   Multiple

ID Units Det. Limit Technique Decomposition
1    ppb 10   C2H2/Air   None
2    ppm 2   C2H2/Air   4-acid
3    ppb 10   C2H2/Air   None
4    ppm 0.01   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   None
5    ppb 0.1   IC plasma / mass spectrometry   None
6    ppb   IC plasma / mass spectrometry   None
7    ppm 1   Absorption   Lefort
8    ppm 1   Absorption   Lefort
9    ppm 5   Fluorescence   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
10    ppm 5   Technique   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
11    ppm 5   Technique   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
12    ppm 5   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
13    ppm   Absorption   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
14    ppm 1   Absorption   Lefort
15    ppm   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   Unknown
16    ppm 5   Absorption   3 acid mixture
17    ppm 5   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   Aqua Regia (sensu stricto)
18    ppm   Absorption   Moderate Acid
19    ppm 1   INAA and ICP-MS   Multiple
20    ppm 5   C2H2/Air   Aqua regia (NGR)
21    ppm 5   C2H2/Air   Aqua regia (NGR)
22    ppm 5   C2H2/Air   Aqua regia (NGR stream)
23    ppm 5   C2H2/Air   Aqua regia (NGR stream) (alternate)
24    ppm 5   C2H2/Air   Aqua regia (NGR)
25    ppm 5   C2H2/Air   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
26    ppm 5   C2H2/Air   Aqua regia (NGR)
27    ppm 2   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
28    ppm 1   ICP-MS and ICP-ES   Aqua regia (Acme[1])
29    ppm 1   ICP-MS and ICP-ES   Aqua regia (NASGLP)
30    ppm 20   Powder D-C Arc   None
31    ppm 1   IC plasma / mass spectrometry   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
32    ppm   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   4-acid
33    ppm   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   Aqua Regia (sensu stricto)
34    ppm   Absorption   3 acid mixture
35    ppb 8   ICP-MS and ICP-ES   Water
36    ppm 5   C2H2/Air   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
37    ppm 5   C2H2/Air   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
38    ppm 1   Absorption   Lefort
39    ppm 1   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   Lefort
40    ppm 1   Absorption   Moderate Acid
41    ppm   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   Acid
42    ppm 1   Technique   Unknown
43    ppm 1   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   Strong Acid
44    ppm 1   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   Strong Acid
45    ppm 1   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   Strong Acid
46    ppm 1   Absorption   Moderate Acid
47    ppm 5   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
48    ppm   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
49    ppm   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
50    ppm 1   IC plasma / mass spectrometry   Aqua regia (Acme[1])
51    ppm 1   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   4-acid
52    ppm 1   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   4-acid
53    ppm   Technique   Unknown
54    unknown   Technique   None
55    ppm 6   WD-XRF   None
56    ppm 1   IC plasma / mass spectrometry   Unknown
57    unknown   Multiple   Multiple
58    unknown   Multiple   Multiple
59    unknown   Multiple   Multiple
60    unknown   Multiple   Multiple
61    ppm 1   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   4-acid
62    ppm 2   IC plasma / mass spectrometry   Four-acid (Acme)
63    ppm 1   PIXE   None
64    ppm 2   IC plasma / mass spectrometry   4-acid
65    ppm   pXRF   None
66    ppm 1   pXRF   None
67    ppm 1   pXRF   None
68    ppm 1   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   3 acid mixture
69    ppm 1   IC plasma / mass spectrometry   Aqua regia (BVM)
70    ppm 5   C2H2/Air   AR-NGR-STREAM-4
71    ppm 5   C2H2/Air   Aqua regia (NGR)
72    ppm 5   C2H2/Air   Aqua regia (NGR)
73    ppm 5   C2H2/Air   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
74    ppm 1   IC plasma / mass spectrometry   Aqua regia (Acme[1])
75    ppm 5   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
76    ppm 10   Flame   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
77    ppm 10   Flame   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
78    ppm 30   Powder D-C Arc   None
79    ppm 0.01   Multiple   None
80    ppm 100   Powder D-C Arc   None
81    ppm   Powder D-C Arc   Borate and/or tetraborate
82    ppm   Flame   HF-HClO4
83    ppm 1   IC plasma / mass spectrometry   Aqua regia (Acme[1])
84    ppm 1   IC plasma / mass spectrometry   Aqua regia (Acme[2])

Index Suite ID Suite Name
1  1     Bondar-Clegg/TSD 2 micron 10 element AAS (with Ag)
2  9     Chemex/TSD 2 micron 12 element ICP/AES
3  19     Geoscience Labs, (OGS) Lithogeochemical Database: miscellaneous analytical methods
4  21     Geoscience Labs, (OGS) Lithogeochemical Database: XRF methods
5  28     NBDNRE AAS
6  41     ActLabs ICP-AES (7 elements)
7  42     Bondar-Clegg/TSD 2 micron 9 element AAS
8  44     Chemex/TSD 2 micron 9 elements unknown methods
9  50     Bondar-Clegg/TSD 2 micron 10 element AAS (with Cd)
10  51     Chemex/TSD 2 micron 11 element ICP/AES
11  61     ActLabs ICP-AES (19 elements; 1999; 4-acid)
12  62     ActLabs ICP-AES (19 elements; 2001; 4-acid)
13  63     ActLabs ICP-AES (19 elements; 2002; 4-acid)
14  65     ActLabs ICP-AES (19 elements; 4-acid)
15  68     Bondar-Clegg AAS
16  84     Bondar-Clegg AAS (11 elements)
17  87     Chemex AAS (11 elements)
18  91     Bondar-Clegg AAS (10 elements)
19  92     Bondar-Clegg AAS (8 elements)
20  94     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg ppm) (32 elements)
21  95     Chemex/TSD ICP-AES/MS ? (38 elements)
22  96     Chemex/TSD ICP-AES/MS ? (24 elements)
23  99     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg ppb, Cd:0.05, La:0.5) (32 elements)
24  104     Geoscience Labs, (OGS) MRD 155, Teck-Gauthier A3, miscellaneous analytical methods
25  107     Geoscience Labs, (OGS) MRD 155,  Carscallen-Thornburn, miscellaneous analytical methods
26  108     Geoscience Labs, (OGS) MRD 155, Munroe-Currie, miscellaneous analytical methods
27  111     Geoscience Labs, (OGS) MRD 155, Ben Nevis-Katrine, miscellaneous analytical methods
28  115     Bondar-Clegg Mn, Fe AAS
29  117     Bondar-Clegg AAS (8), LeForte digestion
30  125     Chemex ICP-AES (10)
31  134     Barringer AAS (11 elements)
32  135     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg ppm) (33 elements)
33  140     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg ppb, Cd:0.5, La:10) (32 elements)
34  141     Bondar Clegg ICP-AES (38 elements)
35  142     Bondar Clegg ICP-AES (31 elements)
36  148     CanTech AAS (unknown acid digestion)
37  156     ACME ICP-MS (Group 1F-MS Basic Suite v1, including weight; B dl=1 ppm, Ga dl=0.1 ppm, S dl=0.01%, W dl=0.1 ppm)
38  159     ActLabs ICP-AES (19 elements; 4-acid; inc Bi, ex S; Pb:5)
39  160     ActLabs ICP-AES (20 elements; 4-acid; inc Bi, S; Pb:5)
40  162     ActLabs ICP-AES (19 elements; 4-acid; inc S, ex Bi)
41  174     Barringer (lake sediments) AAS (8 elements; air-acetylene) (vague)
42  178     Chemex (lake sediments) AAS (8 elements; air-acetylene) (vague)
43  185     Chemex (stream sediments) AAS (8 elements; air-acetylene) (vague)
44  190     Acme Group 1F-MS Basic Suite (15 grams; 37 elements; B dl=1  ppm, Ga dl=0.1ppm, S dl=0.02%, W dl=0.1 ppm) (v2)
45  192     Acme Group 1T-MS (55 elements)
46  203     Chemex (lake and stream sediments) AAS (8 elements; air-acetylene) (NGR aqua regia #8)
47  219     Chemex (lake and stream sediments) AAS (8 elements; air-acetylene) (NGR aqua regia #4)
48  225     Acme 1F-MS (B dl = 1 ppm; Ga dl = 0.1 ppm; S dl=0.01 %, W dl=0.1 ppm)
49  230     GSC/AMD (surface water) ICP-MS (51 elements)
50  232     GSC/ACL ICP-MS
51  334     ActLabs Au+48 1H ( INAA + ICP-ES)
52  357     Bondar Clegg (stream sediments) AAS (8 + V; air-acetylene - using multi-acid total digestion)
53  369     GSC (surface water) AAS (Zn, Mn, Fe, Ca, Mg, Na, K; air-acetylene)
54  380     GSC (surface water) AAS (Zn, Mn, Fe, Ca, Mg, Na, K; air-acetylene), caesium buffer
55  388     Chemex (lake sediment) AAS (Zn, Cu, Pb, Ni, Co, Ag, Mn, Fe, Cd; air acetylene flame) – 6 ml, held for 2 hrs
56  400     Barringer (lake sediment) AAS (8 + Cd; air-acetylene)
57  411     Barringer (stream sediment) AAS (8 elements + Cd; air acetylene)
58  416     Barringer (lake sediment) AAS (8 + Cd; air acetylene) - decomp: 4HNO3 1HCL
59  423     Bondar Clegg (stream sediment) AAS (8 + Cd; air acetylene) ( Mn upper dl = 20,000 ppm)
60  444     Chemex (lake sediment) AAS (8 + Cd; air acetylene) - decomp: 4HNO3 1HCl
61  445     Chemex (stream sediment) AAS (8 + Cd; air acetylene)
62  455     Bondar Clegg (lake sediment) AAS (8 + Cd; air acetylene) 6 ml decomp: 4HNO3 1HCl ( Mn upper dl = 20,000 ppm)
63  478     Bondar Clegg (surface water) ICP-ES (Ca, Mg, As, Ba, Hg, Mn, Na, Pb, Sr)
64  495     Cantech (lake sediment) AAS (8 + Cd; air acetylene) - decomp: 4HNO3 1HCL
65  501     Cantech (stream sediment) AAS (8 elements + Cd; air acetylene)
66  506     ActLabs (stream sediment) ICP-ES (8 elements)
67  511     ACME (stream sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements, W, d.l. = 0.2 ppm)
68  519     ACME (stream sediment) ICP-MS (35 elements + Au) – details unknown
69  520     GSC (surface water) ICP-MS (31 elements)
70  525     ACME (stream  sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements, (Ga, d.l.=0.1 ppm, S, d.l.=0.01%, W, d.l.=0.1 ppm ))
71  528     ACME Analytical Labs (stream sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements+ Au;  Ga, d.l.=0.2ppm, W, d.l.=0.2 ppm)
72  533     ACME (stream sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements, (Ga, d.l.=0.2 ppm, S, d.l.=0.01%,  W, d.l.=0.1 ppm ))
73  534     ACME (stream sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (36 elements, (Ga, d.l.=0.2 ppm, S, d.l.=0.01%,  W, d.l.=0.1 ppm ))
74  535     GSC/ACL (surface water) ICP-MS (25 elements) (NGR, NT, 2004)
75  536     GSC/ACL (surface water) ICP-MS (25 elements) (NGR, BC, 2004)
76  540     ACME (stream sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements, (Ga dl=0.1ppm, S dl=0.02%, W dl=0.1ppm))
77  542     ACME (stream sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (36 elements + Au; B dl=1  ppm, Ga dl=0.2ppm, S dl=0.01 %; W dl=0.2 ppm)
78  548     ActLabs ICP-MS 59 elements (part of the Ultratrace aqua regia package) (Au dl = 0.2 ppb)
79  549     ActLabs ICP-ES 34 elements
80  559     GSC NASGLP modified EPA 3050B digestion / ICP-MS/ES
81  561     GSC NASGLP water leach ICP-MS/ES for 64 elements
82  578     GSC atomic emission spectrography: Ag, B, Co, Cr, Mn, Ni, Sn
83  588     ActLabs ICP-MS 59 elements (part of the Ultratrace 2 aqua regia package) (Au dl = 0.5 ppb)
84  590     ACME 1F-MS ICP-MS, aqua regia digestion (53 elements, (B dl=20 ppm, Ga dl=0.2 ppm, S dl=0.01%, W dl=0.1 ppm))
85  595     Acme Laboratories ICP-AES, 34 elements, near-total 4-acid digestion
86  596     Acme Laboratories ICP-AES, 29 elements; aqua regia digestion
87  598     CanTech AAS (strong acid digestion)
88  602     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg: 1 ppm, Cd:0.5, La:10) (32 elements)
89  610     Guelph proton microprobe
90  619     Geoscience Labs, (OGS) MRD123 Lithogeochemical Database: ICP-MS; decomposition method unstated
91  620     Geoscience Labs, (OGS) MRD123 Lithogeochemical Database: wavelength-dispersive XRF of pressed powder pellets
92  633     ActLabs TD-MS (12 elements)
93  640     pXRF (Mining Mode)
94  643     pXRF (Mining Mode), 40 elements reported
95  644     pXRF (Soil Mode), 33 elements reported
96  645     NL Geochemical Laboratory ICP-ES
97  646     Bondar Clegg (stream sediment) AAS (8 + Cd; air acetylene) (Mn upper dl unbounded)
98  647     BVM AQ250-EXT ICP-MS, aqua regia digestion (53 elements)
99  653     BVM AQ250 ICP-MS, aqua regia digestion (37 elements)
100  665     NGR BC AAS stream sediments and moss mats (9 elements)
101  666     NGR BC AAS stream sediments and moss mats (8 elements, no Ag)
102  685     Bondar Clegg (stream sediment) AAS (8 + Cd; air acetylene) (Mn – no upper dl)
103  686     Bondar Clegg (lake sediment) AAS (8 + Cd; air acetylene) 6ml decomp: 4HNO3 1HCl ( Mn – no upper dl )
104  691     Acme Group 1F-MS Basic Suite (37 elements; B dl=1 ppm, Ga dl=0.2 ppm, S dl=0.01%, W dl=0.1 ppm) (v3)
105  693     ActLabs ICP-MS 59 elements (circa 2005) (Au dl = 2 ppb)
106  713     Analysis of 7 elements (Cu, Pb, Zn, Mo, Ni, Mn, Ag) by AAS following an aqua regia digestion
107  715     GSC atomic absorption spectroscopy:4 elements: Zn, Ag, Mn, Li
108  726     GSC atomic emission spectrography: Ag, Ba, Co, Cr, Mn, Ni, Sn
109  733     EMR: Mines Branch, Industrial Waters Section – water analysis (15 quantities) (no details given)
110  734     GSC: emission spectrography (26 elements)
111  735     GSC: DROS, lithium tetraborate fusion
112  741     GSC: AAS (7 elements), HF-HClO4 dissolution
113  743     ACME ICP-MS (Group 1F-MS Basic Suite v4, including weight; B dl=20 ppm, Ga dl=0.1 ppm, S dl=0.02%, W dl=0.1 ppm)
114  745     ACME 1F-MS ICP-MS, aqua regia digestion (53 elements, (B dl=20 ppm, Ga dl=0.1 ppm, S dl=0.02%, W dl=0.1 ppm))
115  750     Acme/BVM VG101-EXT + REE
116  757     Acme Group 1F30 (2011-2013; 65 elements), ICP-MS
117  758     Acme Group 1T-MS (60 elements)
118  766     BVM AQ250 ICP-MS, aqua regia digestion (65 elements, V dl=1 ppm)

Index Package ID Package Name
1  3     Acme 1F-MS + LOI, Sn, F
2  5     GSC/AMD ICP-MS
3  7     Bondar Clegg / TSD 2 micron (1)
4  9     Chemex / TSD 2 micron (1)
5  14     NBDNRE AAS + COL (Mo, Sb)
6  18     NBDNRE AAS + COL (Mo)
7  20     NBDNRE AAS + COL (Mo, W)
8  22     NBDNRE AAS + COL (Sb, V)
9  24     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES + Hg CV-AAS
10  25     Bondar Clegg / TSD 2 micron (2)
11  27     Chemex / TSD 2 micron (2)
12  28     Chemex / TSD 2 micron (3)
13  29     Bondar Clegg / TSD 2 micron (3)
14  31     Chemex / TSD 2 micron (4)
15  32     Chemex / TSD 2 micron (5)
16  33     Chemex / TSD 2 micron (6)
17  35     NBDNRE AAS
18  39     ActLabs ICP-AES
19  41     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES (7 elem) + Hg CV-AAS + Sn (1991-3)
20  42     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES (7 elem) + Hg CV-AAS + Sn (1994)
21  43     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES (19 elem) + Hg CV-AAS + Sn
22  44     ActLabs INAA, ICP-AES, Hg CV-AAS, ICP-MS (2001)
23  45     ActLabs INAA, ICP-AES, Hg CV-AAS, ICP-MS (2002)
24  46     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES
25  48     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES + Hg  ICP-AES + FIMS
26  49     Bondar Clegg INAA + AAS + HY-AAS + F ISE + Hg-CVAAS + U NADNC + LOI
27  56     Bondar Clegg AAS (10), U fluor, As (COL)
28  57     Bondar Clegg AAS, U NADNC, As (COL)
29  58     Chemex AAS, U NADNC, As (COL)
30  60     Bondar Clegg AAS (8), U fluor, As (COL)
31  61     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg ppm)
32  63     Chemex ICP ? (1999-2000)
33  64     Chemex ICP ? (2001)
34  67     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg ppb)
35  69     Bondar Clegg Cu, Pb, Zn, Mn, Fe, U_fl
36  72     Bondar Clegg AAS
37  81     Chemex ICP-AES (10)
38  86     Barringer AAS (11 elements)
39  87     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg ppm) (33 elements)
40  93     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg ppb) (31 elements)
41  94     Bondar Clegg ICP-AES (38 elements)
42  95     Bondar Clegg ICP-AES (31 elements)
43  96     Chemex ICP-AES + Hg CV-AAS
44  98     Bondar Clegg ICP-AES (38 elements) + Hg CV-AAS
45  99     Bondar Clegg ICP-AES (31 elements) + Hg CV-AAS
46  101     OGS miscellaneous methods
47  103     OGS XRF methods
48  104     OGS / MRD123 miscellaneous methods
49  107     OGS / MRD155/Teck-Gauthier A3 miscellaneous methods
50  110     OGS / MRD155/Carscallen-Thornburn  miscellaneous methods
51  111     OGS / MRD155/Munroe-Currie miscellaneous methods
52  114     OGS / MRD155/Ben Nevis-Katrine miscellaneous methods
53  117     CanTech AAS + Hg-CVAAS
54  118     CanTech AAS + Hg-CVAAS + LOI
55  120     Acme ICP-MS (1F-MS Basic Suite, with weight)
56  121     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES + Hg CV-AAS + ICP-AES Sn fusion
57  122     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES(20) + Hg CV-AAS + ICP-AES Sn fusion
58  124     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES(20) + Hg CV-AAS + ICP-MS
59  125     ActLabs ICP-AES + Hg CV-AAS
60  126     ActLabs ICP-AES (19 elements) [UNUSED]
61  127     ActLabs INA, ICP-AES [UNUSED]
62  129     ActLabs (1H2 + 1G2) (v2) INAA + ICP-AES + ICP-MS + Hg CV-AAS FIMS
63  130     ActLabs (1H2) (v2) INAA + ICP-AES + ICP-MS
64  132     Barringer (URP lake sediment) AAS (8+Mo), FLUOR (U), COL (As)
65  134     Chemex (URP lake sediment) AAS (8+ Mo), CVAAS (Hg), COL(As), LOI (vague description)
66  137     Chemex (URP stream sediment) AAS (8+Mo), COL (W, dl=2 ppm)
67  139     Acme 1F-MS Basic Suite (37 elements) 15g + REE
68  140     Acme 1T-MS (41 elements + 14 REEs)
69  142     Chemex (URP stream sediment) AAS (8+Mo+Ba), COL (W, dl=4 ppm) (vague)
70  147     Chemex (URP lake sediment) AAS (8+Mo), CVAAS (Hg), COL (As), ISE (F), LOI
71  150     Chemex (URP lake sediment) AAS (8+Mo), CVAAS (Hg), COL(As), LOI (detailed description)
72  152     Chemex (URP stream sediment) AAS (8+Mo), CVAAS (Hg)
73  157     Acme 1F-MS + Sn, F
74  158     Chemex (URP stream sediment) AAS (8+Mo+Ba), CVAAS (Hg), COL (W)
75  163     GSC ion chromatography, plus ICP-MS
76  259     GSC EPA3050B (modif) ICP-MS/ES
77  261     GSC water leach ICP-MS/ES + pH
78  272     GSC spectrography (including B) and colorimetry
79  274     Chemex (URP stream sediment) AAS (8+As+Mo), CVAAS (Hg), COL (W dl=2 ppm)
80  275     ActLabs Ultratrace 2 – aqua regia (2010) (S dl = 0.001 %)
81  276     Acme 1F-MS (53 elements) (B dl=20 ppm, Ga dl=0.2 ppm, S dl=0.01%, W dl=0.1 ppm)
82  278     Acme ICPES near-total digestion, 34 elements
83  279     Acme ICPES aqua regia, 29 elements + 6 by hydride evolution
84  281     Cantech AAS, 11 elements, total digestion
85  284     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg 1 ppm) (32 elements)
86  293     Univ. Guelph proton microprobe
87  294     Chemex (NGR lake sed 1983 samples) AAS (8+4), CVAAS (Hg), LOI500, U, ISE (F)
88  296     ActLabs GSC TGI4 whole rock analysis (variant #1)
89  297     ActLabs GSC TGI4 whole rock analysis (variant #2)
90  298     ActLabs GSC TGI-4 whole rock analysis (variant #3)
91  300     pXRF “Mining” and “Soil” modes
92  302     pXRF “Mining” and “Soil” modes; full suites
93  303     NL Geochemical Laboratory ICP-ES analysis
94  304     BVM AQ250-EXT + REE (65 elements)
95  308     BVM combined aqua regia and borate fusion suites
96  309     Bondar Clegg (NGR BC stream sediment) AAS (8+6), Ba (XRF), CVAAS (Hg), W, LOI, F, U (10**12)
97  310     Chemex (NGR BC stream sediment and moss mat samples, 1988)
98  311     Barringer Magenta (NGR BC stream sediment and moss mat samples, 1989)
99  313     ActLabs GSC TGI4 whole rock analysis (variant #4)
100  314     ActLabs GSC TGI4 whole rock analysis (variant #5)
101  316     Cantech (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+Cd,Mo,V,Sn), CV (Hg), LOI, F, Bi, Se
102  318     BVM combined aqua regia and borate fusion suites + FA-ICPES
103  320     ActLabs ICP-MS Ultratrace – aqua regia (2004) (Au dl = 0.2 ppb)
104  321     ActLabs ICP-MS Ultratrace – aqua regia (2006) (Au dl = 0.5 ppb)
105  322     ActLabs aqua regia ICP-ES (2003)
106  326     Acme ICP-MS (1F-MS Basic Suite)
107  328     ActLabs aqua regia ICP-MS (59 elements, 2004)
108  334     Chemex (URP lake sediment) AAS (8+Mo), COL (As), LOI (detailed description)
109  343     Bondar Clegg AAS (7 elements), plus As by colorimetry
110  344     GSC Resource Geochemistry lake sediment analysis, Bear-Slave Operation
111  349     GSC spectrography (including Ba) and colorimetry
112  350     EMR surface water analysis
113  351     Atomic emission spectrography of heavy mineral concentrates
114  352     GSC lithogeochemical analysis of 22 elements
115  353     GSC AAS (7 elements by near-total acid attack; 2 by sulphide-selective cold leach)
116  354     Acme ICP-MS (1F-MS Basic Suite + 4B (Sn))
117  355     Acme ICP-MS (1F 53 elements) + F (ISE) + LOI
118  357     Acme 1F-MS
119  359     Acme VG101-EXT + REE (65 elements)
120  362     Acme 4A-4B, 2A Leco, 1F30 (117 parameters)
121  363     Acme 1T-MS (46 elements + 14 REEs)
122  364     Chemex (URP lake sediment) AAS (8+Mo+As), LOI
123  365     Chemex (URP lake sediment) AAS (8+Mo+V+As), LOI
124  366     Chemex (URP lake sediment) AAS (8+Mo+As), ISE (F), LOI
125  369     Chemex (URP stream and lake sediment) AAS (8+Mo), COL (W, dl=4 ppm)
126  370     Chemex (URP stream sediment) AAS (8+Mo), COL (W)
127  374     Chemex (URP stream sediment) AAS (8+As+Mo), CVAAS (Hg), COL (W, dl=4 ppm)
128  378     Chemex (URP stream sediment) AAS (8+As+Mo+Sb), CVAAS (Hg), COL (W)
129  379     Bondar Clegg (stream sediments) AAS (8+Mo+V), COL (W), ISE (F)+ XRF (Ba), LOI
130  382     GSC (surface water) Zn, Mn, Fe, Ca, Mg, Na, K, NO3, PO4, SO4, Cl, U, F, pH, alk
131  384     GSC (NGR surface water) AAS (7)), U, C-org, Cl, Br, NO3, SO4, PO4, F, pH, alk
132  386     Chemex (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+4), CVAAS (Hg), LOI500, U
133  387     Chemex (NGR lake sediment, 1982 samples) AAS (8+4), CVAAS (Hg), LOI500, U, ISE (F)
134  390     Chemex (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+3), cold vapour (Hg), COL (W), NADNC(U)
135  391     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CV (Hg), COL (W), LOI500, ISE (F), NADNC (U)
136  393     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CV (Hg), LOI500,  NADNC (U)
137  394     Barringer (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+6), CVAAS (Hg), COL (W), LOI500, NADNC (U)
138  396     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), COL (W), LOI500, ISE (F), NADNC (U)
139  398     Barringer (NGR stream sediment, NB, 1985) AAS (8+7), CVAAS (Hg), COL (W), LOI500, ISE (F), U
140  400     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+Cd+As+Mo+V+Sb), CVAAS (Hg), LOI500, ISE (F), NADNC(U)
141  401     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), LOI500, NADNC(U)
142  403     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), COL (W), U
143  405     Barringer (NGR stream sediment, BC, 1985) AAS (8+7), CVAAS (Hg), COL (W), LOI500, ISE (F), U
144  406     Barringer (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+7, CVAAS (Hg), COL (W), LOI500, ISE (F), U
145  409     Barringer (NGR stream sediment) AAS (Cd+As+Sn+Sb+Mo+V), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, ISE (F), U
146  412     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+7), CVAAS (Hg), W, LOI, F, U
147  413     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, F, U(5**10)
148  415     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, U(5**10)
149  416     Chemex (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), COL (W), LOI, NADNC (U-5**10)
150  417     Chemex (NGR stream sediment)  AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), COL (W), LOI, NADNC (U-5**10)
151  419     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, F, U(5**10, He detector, 20s, d.l.=0.5)
152  421     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS 8+6+Ba (HCLO4 only)), CVAAS (Hg),W, LOI, F, U(10**12)
153  422     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+6), Ba (HClO4 only), CVAAS (Hg), W, LOI, F, U(10**12)
154  423     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, F, U(10**12)
155  426     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+6), DCP (Ba), CVAAS (Hg), W, LOI, F, U
156  427     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+6), DCP (Ba), CV (Hg), COL (W), LOI at 500°C, F, U
157  429     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CV (Hg), LOI at 500°C, F, U - 10**12 flux
158  430     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+6), DCP (Ba), CV (Hg), LOI, W, F, U
159  432     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+7), CV (Hg), LOI, W, F, U
160  433     Bondar Clegg (NGR surface water) ICP (9), U, F, pH, alk
161  435     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+7), CV (Hg), LOI, W, F,
162  439     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+6), CV (Hg), LOI, F, U
163  440     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+3+(Mo+V: 2.5 ml conc)), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, F, U(10**12)
164  446     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment, YT, 1990) AAS (8+4), CV (Hg), LOI, F
165  447     Barringer (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+4), CV (Hg), LOI, F, Sn
166  449     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+3), CV (Hg), LOI, F
167  451     Cantech (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+3), CV (Hg - d.l.=5 ppb), LOI, F [UNUSED]
168  452     Cantech (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+3), CV (Hg), LOI, F [UNUSED]
169  453     Cantech (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8 + Cd, Mo (dl=2 ppm), V, Sn), CV (Hg), LOI, F
170  455     ActLabs (NGR stream sediment) ICP-ES - HMC (8 elements)
171  456     Cantech (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+4), CV(Hg), LOI, F
172  459     Cantech (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+4), CV (Hg), LOI
173  460     Cantech (NGR lake sediment) AAS(8+Cd,Mo,V), CV(Hg - d.l. 5ppb), LOI, F [UNUSED]
174  461     Cantech (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+4), CV (Hg – d.l. 5 ppb), LOI, F [UNUSED]
175  463     Acme (NGR stream sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements, W, d.l.=0.2 ppm), Sn, LOI
176  466     Acme 1F-MS Basic Suite (37 elements) 1g
177  467     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+3), CV (Hg), LOI, F
178  468     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment, NU, 1995) AAS (8+4), CV (Hg), LOI, F
179  469     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+Cd, Mo, V), CV (Hg - d.l.=5 ppb), LOI, F
180  470     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+4), CV(Hg – d.l.=5 ppb), LOI, F
181  471     Acme (NGR stream sediment) ICP-MS (35+Au), LOI
182  472     GSC (NGR surface water) ICP-MS (31 elements), ICP-ES (7 elements)
183  476     Acme (NGR stream sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements, W, d.l.=0.1 ppm), Sn, LOI
184  478     Acme (NGR stream sediment) ICP-MS/ICP-ES (35+Au), LOI
185  482     Acme (NGR stream sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements), LOI, Sn, F
186  483     Acme (NGR stream sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES- HMC (36 elements), Sn, F
187  484     GSC/ACL (NGR surface water) ICP-MS (25)
188  485     Acme (NGR stream sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements, W, d.l.=0.1 ppm), LOI
189  486     GSC/ACL (NGR surface water) Ion Chromatography (6 ions), ICP-MS (25)
190  489     Acme (NGR stream sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements), LOI, Sn (LiBO2 fusion), F
191  491     Acme (NGR stream and lake sediments) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements, Ga, d.l.=0.1; S, d.l.=0.02;W, d.l.=0.1 ppm)
192  493     Acme (NGR stream sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (36 elements + Au, Ga, d.l.=0.2; S, d.l.=0.01;W, d.l.=0.2 ppm)
193  496     Cantech (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8 + Cd, Mo (dl=1ppm), V, Sn), CV (Hg), LOI, F
194  497     Acme 4A-4B, 2A Leco, 1F30, 1T-MS (177 parameters)
195  498     Acme 4A-4B, 2A Leco, 1F30, 1T-MS (172 parameters)
196  500     ActLabs 1H (Au+48) and 1C-EXP2 (Au, Pt, Pd)
197  507     BVM AQ250 (65 elements)
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