Keywords

Vanadium



Keyword Definition

Vanadium



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    V | - | -    
2    V | NONE | XRAY_FLUOR   None   X-ray fluorescence
3    V | NONE | ICP-MS   None   IC plasma / mass spectrometry
4    V | NONE | Powder D-C   None   Powder D-C Arc
5    V | NONE | WD-XRF   None   WD-XRF
6    V | NONE | pXRF   None   pXRF
7    V | STR ACID | ICP-ES   Strong Acid   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy
8    V | STR ACID | ICP-MS   Strong Acid   IC plasma / mass spectrometry
9    V | MOD ACID | ABSORP   Moderate Acid   Absorption
10    V | MOD ACID | COLOR   Moderate Acid   Colorimetry
11    V | ACID+FUS | ICP-ES   Acid + Fusion   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy
12    V | AR | ROOT   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)   Technique
13    V | AR | FLUOR   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)   Fluorescence
14    V | AR | AAS-FLAME-8   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)   C2H2/N2O
15    V | AR | ICP-ES   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy
16    V | AR | ICP-MS   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)   IC plasma / mass spectrometry
17    V | AR (ss) | ICP-ES   Aqua Regia (sensu stricto)   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy
18    V | 4-acid | AAS-FLAME-6   4-acid   C2H2/Air
19    V | 4-acid | ICP-ES   4-acid   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy
20    V | AR (Acme[1]) | ICP-MS   Aqua regia (Acme[1])   IC plasma / mass spectrometry
21    V | AR (Acme[1]) | ICP-MS/ES   Aqua regia (Acme[1])   ICP-MS and ICP-ES
22    V | 4-acid (Acme) | ICP-MS   Four-acid (Acme)   IC plasma / mass spectrometry
23    V | Unknown | ROOT   Unknown   Technique
24    V | Unknown | ICP-ES   Unknown   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy
25    V | Unknown | ICP-MS   Unknown   IC plasma / mass spectrometry
26    V | HF-HNO3-HClO4 | ABSORP   3 acid mixture   Absorption
27    V | 3 acid-LiBO2 | ICP-ES   3 acid mixture + LiBO2 fusion   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy
28    V | BO2/B4O7 | XRAY_FLUOR   Borate and/or tetraborate   X-ray fluorescence
29    V | BO2/B4O7 | ICP-MS/ES   Borate and/or tetraborate   ICP-MS and ICP-ES
30    V | Borate/HNO3 | ICP-MS   Borate/tetraborate, plus HNO3   IC plasma / mass spectrometry
31    V | Borate/HNO3 | ICP-MS/ES   Borate/tetraborate, plus HNO3   ICP-MS and ICP-ES
32    V | Aqua regia (NASGLP) | ICP-MS/ES   Aqua regia (NASGLP)   ICP-MS and ICP-ES
33    V | Water | ICP-MS/ES   Water   ICP-MS and ICP-ES
34    V | HF-HCl-HClO4 | ICP-ES   3 acid mixture   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy
35    V | AR (BVM) | ICP-MS   Aqua regia (BVM)   IC plasma / mass spectrometry
36    V | HF-HNO3-HCl | ABSORP   HF-HNO3-HCl   Absorption
37    V | AR (Acme[2]) | ICP-MS   Aqua regia (Acme[2])   IC plasma / mass spectrometry
38    V | Multiple | INA/ICP-MS   Multiple   INAA and ICP-MS
39    V | Multiple | MULTIPLE   Multiple   Multiple

ID Units Det. Limit Technique Decomposition
1    ppm 10   C2H2/N2O   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
2    ppm 5   C2H2/N2O   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
3    ppm 5   C2H2/N2O   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
4    ppb 0.1   IC plasma / mass spectrometry   None
5    ppb   IC plasma / mass spectrometry   None
6    ppm 1   Fluorescence   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
7    ppm 1   Technique   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
8    ppm 1   Technique   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
9    ppm 1   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
10    ppm 5   Absorption   3 acid mixture
11    ppm 1   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   Aqua Regia (sensu stricto)
12    ppm   Absorption   Moderate Acid
13    ppm 2   INAA and ICP-MS   Multiple
14    ppm 20   C2H2/Air   4-acid
15    ppm 5   C2H2/N2O   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
16    ppm 2   ICP-MS and ICP-ES   Aqua regia (Acme[1])
17    ppm 2   ICP-MS and ICP-ES   Aqua regia (NASGLP)
18    ppm 1   IC plasma / mass spectrometry   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
19    ppm   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   4-acid
20    ppm 2   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   Aqua Regia (sensu stricto)
21    ppm   Absorption   3 acid mixture
22    ppb 8   ICP-MS and ICP-ES   Water
23    ppm 0.8   IC plasma / mass spectrometry   Strong Acid
24    ppm 5   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   3 acid mixture + LiBO2 fusion
25    ppm 5   X-ray fluorescence   None
26    ppm 5   X-ray fluorescence   None
27    ppm   Colorimetry   Moderate Acid
28    ppm 2   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   Strong Acid
29    ppm 2   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   Strong Acid
30    ppm 1   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   Strong Acid
31    ppm 5   Absorption   Moderate Acid
32    ppm 5   X-ray fluorescence   None
33    ppm 1   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
34    ppm   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
35    ppm   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
36    ppm 5   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   Acid + Fusion
37    ppm 2   IC plasma / mass spectrometry   Aqua regia (Acme[1])
38    ppm 2   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   4-acid
39    ppm 2   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   4-acid
40    unknown   Technique   Unknown
41    unknown   Technique   Unknown
42    unknown   Technique   Unknown
43    unknown   Technique   Unknown
44    unknown   Technique   Unknown
45    ppm 4   WD-XRF   None
46    ppm 1   IC plasma / mass spectrometry   Unknown
47    ppm 5   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   Unknown
48    ppm   Multiple   Multiple
49    ppm   Multiple   Multiple
50    ppm   Multiple   Multiple
51    ppm   Multiple   Multiple
52    ppm   Multiple   Multiple
53    ppm   Multiple   Multiple
54    ppm   Multiple   Multiple
55    ppm   Multiple   Multiple
56    ppm   Multiple   Multiple
57    ppm   Multiple   Multiple
58    ppm   Multiple   Multiple
59    ppm   Multiple   Multiple
60    ppm   Multiple   Multiple
61    ppm   Multiple   Multiple
62    ppm   Multiple   Multiple
63    ppm   Multiple   Multiple
64    ppm   Multiple   Multiple
65    ppm   Multiple   Multiple
66    ppm 2   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   4-acid
67    ppm 8   IC plasma / mass spectrometry   Borate/tetraborate, plus HNO3
68    ppm 1   IC plasma / mass spectrometry   Four-acid (Acme)
69    ppm   Multiple   Multiple
70    ppm 5   ICP-MS and ICP-ES   Borate and/or tetraborate
71    ppm   pXRF   None
72    ppm 1   pXRF   None
73    ppm 1   pXRF   None
74    ppm 1   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   3 acid mixture
75    ppm 2   IC plasma / mass spectrometry   Aqua regia (BVM)
76    ppm 8   ICP-MS and ICP-ES   Borate and/or tetraborate
77    ppm 5   Absorption   HF-HNO3-HCl
78    ppm 1   IC plasma – emission spectroscopy   Aqua Regia (sensu lato)
79    ppm 5   X-ray fluorescence   Borate and/or tetraborate
80    ppm 5   IC plasma / mass spectrometry   Borate/tetraborate, plus HNO3
81    ppm 3   Powder D-C Arc   None
82    ppm 50   Powder D-C Arc   None
83    ppm   Powder D-C Arc   None
84    ppm 2   IC plasma / mass spectrometry   Aqua regia (Acme[1])
85    ppm 8   ICP-MS and ICP-ES   Borate/tetraborate, plus HNO3
86    ppm 2   IC plasma / mass spectrometry   Aqua regia (Acme[2])
87    ppm 1   IC plasma / mass spectrometry   Aqua regia (BVM)

Index Suite ID Suite Name
1  20     Geoscience Labs, (OGS) Lithogeochemical Database: ICP-MS, ICP-AES methods
2  22     INRS XRF (1)
3  23     INRS XRF (2)
4  38     NBDNRE V COL
5  61     ActLabs ICP-AES (19 elements; 1999; 4-acid)
6  62     ActLabs ICP-AES (19 elements; 2001; 4-acid)
7  63     ActLabs ICP-AES (19 elements; 2002; 4-acid)
8  65     ActLabs ICP-AES (19 elements; 4-acid)
9  69     Bondar-Clegg AAS (Mo, V)
10  94     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg ppm) (32 elements)
11  95     Chemex/TSD ICP-AES/MS ? (38 elements)
12  96     Chemex/TSD ICP-AES/MS ? (24 elements)
13  99     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg ppb, Cd:0.05, La:0.5) (32 elements)
14  102     Geoscience Labs, (OGS) MRD143 Lithogeochemical Database: miscellaneous analytical methods
15  103     Geoscience Labs, (OGS) MRD 155, Teck-Gauthier A1-A2, miscellaneous analytical methods
16  104     Geoscience Labs, (OGS) MRD 155, Teck-Gauthier A3, miscellaneous analytical methods
17  105     Geoscience Labs, (OGS) MRD 155, Teck-Gauthier A4, miscellaneous analytical methods
18  106     Geoscience Labs, (OGS) MRD 155, Teck-Gauthier A5, miscellaneous analytical methods
19  107     Geoscience Labs, (OGS) MRD 155,  Carscallen-Thornburn, miscellaneous analytical methods
20  108     Geoscience Labs, (OGS) MRD 155, Munroe-Currie, miscellaneous analytical methods
21  109     Geoscience Labs, (OGS) MRD 155, Timmins-intrusions, miscellaneous analytical methods
22  110     Geoscience Labs, (OGS) MRD 155, Clifford-intrusions, miscellaneous analytical methods
23  111     Geoscience Labs, (OGS) MRD 155, Ben Nevis-Katrine, miscellaneous analytical methods
24  112     Geoscience Labs, (OGS) MRD 155, Ben Nevis-Clifford, miscellaneous analytical methods
25  113     Geoscience Labs, (OGS) MRD 155, Tisdale, miscellaneous analytical methods
26  126     Quebec Geoscience Centre (QGC): X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) (12 elements)
27  134     Barringer AAS (11 elements)
28  135     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg ppm) (33 elements)
29  140     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg ppb, Cd:0.5, La:10) (32 elements)
30  141     Bondar Clegg ICP-AES (38 elements)
31  142     Bondar Clegg ICP-AES (31 elements)
32  149     CanTech AAS (Mo, V) (unknown acid digestion)
33  153     GSC  ICP-AES (110 trace elements)
34  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)
35  159     ActLabs ICP-AES (19 elements; 4-acid; inc Bi, ex S; Pb:5)
36  160     ActLabs ICP-AES (20 elements; 4-acid; inc Bi, S; Pb:5)
37  162     ActLabs ICP-AES (19 elements; 4-acid; inc S, ex Bi)
38  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)
39  192     Acme Group 1T-MS (55 elements)
40  225     Acme 1F-MS (B dl = 1 ppm; Ga dl = 0.1 ppm; S dl=0.01 %, W dl=0.1 ppm)
41  230     GSC/AMD (surface water) ICP-MS (51 elements)
42  232     GSC/ACL ICP-MS
43  320     GSC/ACL ICP-ES (2008) suite ICPES-110
44  323     OGS Geoscience Laboratories, suite IMC-100; ICP-MS, multi-acid closed vessel digestion
45  327     Acme Group 4B: total trace elements by ICP-MS
46  334     ActLabs Au+48 1H ( INAA + ICP-ES)
47  336     AAS (Mo, V (dl=5); nitrous oxide acetylene)
48  357     Bondar Clegg (stream sediments) AAS (8 + V; air-acetylene - using multi-acid total digestion)
49  402     Barringer (lake and stream sediment) AAS (Mo, V; nitrous oxide-acetylene)
50  435     Bondar Clegg (lake and stream sediment) AAS (Mo,V; nitrous oxide acetylene)
51  480     Bondar Clegg (lake sediment) Mo + V (2.5ml conc)
52  496     Cantech (lake and stream sediment) AAS (Mo (dl 2 ppm), V; nitrous oxide-acetylene)
53  500     Cantech (lake and stream sediment) AAS (Mo dl = 2 ppm, V; nitrous oxide-acetylene)-reacted overnight at room temperature
54  511     ACME (stream sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements, W, d.l. = 0.2 ppm)
55  517     Bondar Clegg (lake and stream sediment) AAS (Mo, V; nitrous oxide-acetylene)-reacted overnight at room temperature
56  519     ACME (stream sediment) ICP-MS (35 elements + Au) – details unknown
57  520     GSC (surface water) ICP-MS (31 elements)
58  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 ))
59  528     ACME Analytical Labs (stream sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements+ Au;  Ga, d.l.=0.2ppm, W, d.l.=0.2 ppm)
60  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 ))
61  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 ))
62  535     GSC/ACL (surface water) ICP-MS (25 elements) (NGR, NT, 2004)
63  536     GSC/ACL (surface water) ICP-MS (25 elements) (NGR, BC, 2004)
64  540     ACME (stream sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements, (Ga dl=0.1ppm, S dl=0.02%, W dl=0.1ppm))
65  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)
66  546     Cantech (lake and stream sediment) AAS (Mo (dl 1 ppm), V (dl 10 ppm); nitrous oxide-acetylene)
67  548     ActLabs ICP-MS 59 elements (part of the Ultratrace aqua regia package) (Au dl = 0.2 ppb)
68  549     ActLabs ICP-ES 34 elements
69  556     GSC OF 5117 compilation of volcanic rock analyses
70  557     GSC OF 5117 compilation of granitoid rock analyses
71  559     GSC NASGLP modified EPA 3050B digestion / ICP-MS/ES
72  561     GSC NASGLP water leach ICP-MS/ES for 64 elements
73  588     ActLabs ICP-MS 59 elements (part of the Ultratrace 2 aqua regia package) (Au dl = 0.5 ppb)
74  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))
75  595     Acme Laboratories ICP-AES, 34 elements, near-total 4-acid digestion
76  596     Acme Laboratories ICP-AES, 29 elements; aqua regia digestion
77  599     CanTech AAS (Mo, V) (strong acid digestion)
78  602     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg: 1 ppm, Cd:0.5, La:10) (32 elements)
79  612     Chemex AAS (Mo, V (dl=10); nitrous oxide acetylene)
80  616     Geoscience Labs, (OGS) MRD123 Lithogeochemical Database: ICP-AES; decomposition method unstated
81  619     Geoscience Labs, (OGS) MRD123 Lithogeochemical Database: ICP-MS; decomposition method unstated
82  620     Geoscience Labs, (OGS) MRD123 Lithogeochemical Database: wavelength-dispersive XRF of pressed powder pellets
83  631     ActLabs 4Lithores (Zr by ICP-MS) (Cr reported as Cr and Cr2O3)
84  641     pXRF (Soil Mode)
85  642     ActLabs 4Lithores (Zr by ICP-AES)
86  643     pXRF (Mining Mode), 40 elements reported
87  644     pXRF (Soil Mode), 33 elements reported
88  645     NL Geochemical Laboratory ICP-ES
89  647     BVM AQ250-EXT ICP-MS, aqua regia digestion (53 elements)
90  653     BVM AQ250 ICP-MS, aqua regia digestion (37 elements)
91  654     BVM LF100 ICP-MS + LF300-EXT ICP-ES, lithium borate fusion
92  668     NGR BC AAS stream sediments and moss mats (Ba, V, Cr)
93  669     NGR BC AAS stream sediments and moss mats (V, Cr)
94  683     ActLabs 4Lithores (Zr by ICP-MS) (Cr reported as Cr, not Cr2O3)
95  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)
96  693     ActLabs ICP-MS 59 elements (circa 2005) (Au dl = 2 ppb)
97  696     ActLabs – Fusion-XRF
98  698     ActLabs 4B2 – Research (FUS-MS); 43 elements
99  719     GSC: direct-reading emission spectrophotometry (20 elements)
100  734     GSC: emission spectrography (26 elements)
101  736     GSC: DROS, raw powders
102  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)
103  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))
104  750     Acme/BVM VG101-EXT + REE
105  755     Cantech (lake and stream sediment) AAS (Mo (dl 1ppm), V (dl 5 ppm); nitrous oxide-acetylene)
106  756     Acme Group 4A-4B (2011-2013), ICP-MS/ES
107  757     Acme Group 1F30 (2011-2013; 65 elements), ICP-MS
108  758     Acme Group 1T-MS (60 elements)
109  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  11     INRS XRF + INAA (low detection limits)
4  12     INRS XRF + INAA (high detection limits)
5  22     NBDNRE AAS + COL (Sb, V)
6  43     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES (19 elem) + Hg CV-AAS + Sn
7  44     ActLabs INAA, ICP-AES, Hg CV-AAS, ICP-MS (2001)
8  45     ActLabs INAA, ICP-AES, Hg CV-AAS, ICP-MS (2002)
9  48     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES + Hg  ICP-AES + FIMS
10  49     Bondar Clegg INAA + AAS + HY-AAS + F ISE + Hg-CVAAS + U NADNC + LOI
11  61     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg ppm)
12  63     Chemex ICP ? (1999-2000)
13  64     Chemex ICP ? (2001)
14  67     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg ppb)
15  82     Quebec Geoscience Centre XRF + Hg AFS (2 digestions)
16  86     Barringer AAS (11 elements)
17  87     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg ppm) (33 elements)
18  93     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg ppb) (31 elements)
19  94     Bondar Clegg ICP-AES (38 elements)
20  95     Bondar Clegg ICP-AES (31 elements)
21  96     Chemex ICP-AES + Hg CV-AAS
22  98     Bondar Clegg ICP-AES (38 elements) + Hg CV-AAS
23  99     Bondar Clegg ICP-AES (31 elements) + Hg CV-AAS
24  102     OGS ICP-AES and ICP-MS methods
25  104     OGS / MRD123 miscellaneous methods
26  105     OGS / MRD143 miscellaneous methods
27  106     OGS / MRD155/Teck-Gauthier A1-A2 miscellaneous methods
28  107     OGS / MRD155/Teck-Gauthier A3 miscellaneous methods
29  108     OGS / MRD155/Teck-Gauthier A4 miscellaneous methods
30  109     OGS / MRD155/Teck-Gauthier A5 miscellaneous methods
31  110     OGS / MRD155/Carscallen-Thornburn  miscellaneous methods
32  111     OGS / MRD155/Munroe-Currie miscellaneous methods
33  112     OGS / MRD155/Intr-Timmins miscellaneous methods
34  113     OGS / MRD155/Intr-Clifford miscellaneous methods
35  114     OGS / MRD155/Ben Nevis-Katrine miscellaneous methods
36  115     OGS / MRD155/Ben Nevis-Cliford miscellaneous methods
37  116     OGS / MRD155/Tisdale miscellaneous methods
38  117     CanTech AAS + Hg-CVAAS
39  118     CanTech AAS + Hg-CVAAS + LOI
40  119     GSC ICP-AES + ICP-MS
41  120     Acme ICP-MS (1F-MS Basic Suite, with weight)
42  121     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES + Hg CV-AAS + ICP-AES Sn fusion
43  122     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES(20) + Hg CV-AAS + ICP-AES Sn fusion
44  124     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES(20) + Hg CV-AAS + ICP-MS
45  126     ActLabs ICP-AES (19 elements) [UNUSED]
46  127     ActLabs INA, ICP-AES [UNUSED]
47  129     ActLabs (1H2 + 1G2) (v2) INAA + ICP-AES + ICP-MS + Hg CV-AAS FIMS
48  130     ActLabs (1H2) (v2) INAA + ICP-AES + ICP-MS
49  139     Acme 1F-MS Basic Suite (37 elements) 15g + REE
50  140     Acme 1T-MS (41 elements + 14 REEs)
51  157     Acme 1F-MS + Sn, F
52  163     GSC ion chromatography, plus ICP-MS
53  244     GSC/ACL XRF, LOI, Leco, ICP-ES, ICP-MS
54  245     OGS XRF + ICP-MS + H2O, CO2, S
55  246     Acme 4B (inc 1DX), 2A Leco, 8 FeO, lattice water (1500°C)
56  256     GSC OF 5117 volcanic rocks lithogeochemical compilation
57  257     GSC OF 5117 granitoid rocks lithogeochemical compilation
58  259     GSC EPA3050B (modif) ICP-MS/ES
59  261     GSC water leach ICP-MS/ES + pH
60  275     ActLabs Ultratrace 2 – aqua regia (2010) (S dl = 0.001 %)
61  276     Acme 1F-MS (53 elements) (B dl=20 ppm, Ga dl=0.2 ppm, S dl=0.01%, W dl=0.1 ppm)
62  278     Acme ICPES near-total digestion, 34 elements
63  279     Acme ICPES aqua regia, 29 elements + 6 by hydride evolution
64  281     Cantech AAS, 11 elements, total digestion
65  284     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg 1 ppm) (32 elements)
66  294     Chemex (NGR lake sed 1983 samples) AAS (8+4), CVAAS (Hg), LOI500, U, ISE (F)
67  296     ActLabs GSC TGI4 whole rock analysis (variant #1)
68  297     ActLabs GSC TGI4 whole rock analysis (variant #2)
69  298     ActLabs GSC TGI-4 whole rock analysis (variant #3)
70  300     pXRF “Mining” and “Soil” modes
71  302     pXRF “Mining” and “Soil” modes; full suites
72  303     NL Geochemical Laboratory ICP-ES analysis
73  304     BVM AQ250-EXT + REE (65 elements)
74  308     BVM combined aqua regia and borate fusion suites
75  309     Bondar Clegg (NGR BC stream sediment) AAS (8+6), Ba (XRF), CVAAS (Hg), W, LOI, F, U (10**12)
76  310     Chemex (NGR BC stream sediment and moss mat samples, 1988)
77  311     Barringer Magenta (NGR BC stream sediment and moss mat samples, 1989)
78  313     ActLabs GSC TGI4 whole rock analysis (variant #4)
79  314     ActLabs GSC TGI4 whole rock analysis (variant #5)
80  316     Cantech (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+Cd,Mo,V,Sn), CV (Hg), LOI, F, Bi, Se
81  318     BVM combined aqua regia and borate fusion suites + FA-ICPES
82  320     ActLabs ICP-MS Ultratrace – aqua regia (2004) (Au dl = 0.2 ppb)
83  321     ActLabs ICP-MS Ultratrace – aqua regia (2006) (Au dl = 0.5 ppb)
84  322     ActLabs aqua regia ICP-ES (2003)
85  326     Acme ICP-MS (1F-MS Basic Suite)
86  328     ActLabs aqua regia ICP-MS (59 elements, 2004)
87  330     ActLabs Fusion-XRF (major  + trace) + ICP-MS (aqua regia digestion)
88  331     ActLabs Fusion-XRF (major elements only) + ICP-MS (aqua regia digestion)
89  344     GSC Resource Geochemistry lake sediment analysis, Bear-Slave Operation
90  351     Atomic emission spectrography of heavy mineral concentrates
91  352     GSC lithogeochemical analysis of 22 elements
92  354     Acme ICP-MS (1F-MS Basic Suite + 4B (Sn))
93  355     Acme ICP-MS (1F 53 elements) + F (ISE) + LOI
94  357     Acme 1F-MS
95  359     Acme VG101-EXT + REE (65 elements)
96  362     Acme 4A-4B, 2A Leco, 1F30 (117 parameters)
97  363     Acme 1T-MS (46 elements + 14 REEs)
98  365     Chemex (URP lake sediment) AAS (8+Mo+V+As), LOI
99  379     Bondar Clegg (stream sediments) AAS (8+Mo+V), COL (W), ISE (F)+ XRF (Ba), LOI
100  386     Chemex (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+4), CVAAS (Hg), LOI500, U
101  387     Chemex (NGR lake sediment, 1982 samples) AAS (8+4), CVAAS (Hg), LOI500, U, ISE (F)
102  391     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CV (Hg), COL (W), LOI500, ISE (F), NADNC (U)
103  393     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CV (Hg), LOI500,  NADNC (U)
104  394     Barringer (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+6), CVAAS (Hg), COL (W), LOI500, NADNC (U)
105  396     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), COL (W), LOI500, ISE (F), NADNC (U)
106  398     Barringer (NGR stream sediment, NB, 1985) AAS (8+7), CVAAS (Hg), COL (W), LOI500, ISE (F), U
107  400     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+Cd+As+Mo+V+Sb), CVAAS (Hg), LOI500, ISE (F), NADNC(U)
108  401     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), LOI500, NADNC(U)
109  405     Barringer (NGR stream sediment, BC, 1985) AAS (8+7), CVAAS (Hg), COL (W), LOI500, ISE (F), U
110  406     Barringer (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+7, CVAAS (Hg), COL (W), LOI500, ISE (F), U
111  409     Barringer (NGR stream sediment) AAS (Cd+As+Sn+Sb+Mo+V), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, ISE (F), U
112  412     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+7), CVAAS (Hg), W, LOI, F, U
113  413     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, F, U(5**10)
114  415     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, U(5**10)
115  419     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, F, U(5**10, He detector, 20s, d.l.=0.5)
116  421     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS 8+6+Ba (HCLO4 only)), CVAAS (Hg),W, LOI, F, U(10**12)
117  422     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+6), Ba (HClO4 only), CVAAS (Hg), W, LOI, F, U(10**12)
118  423     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, F, U(10**12)
119  426     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+6), DCP (Ba), CVAAS (Hg), W, LOI, F, U
120  427     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+6), DCP (Ba), CV (Hg), COL (W), LOI at 500°C, F, U
121  429     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CV (Hg), LOI at 500°C, F, U - 10**12 flux
122  430     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+6), DCP (Ba), CV (Hg), LOI, W, F, U
123  432     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+7), CV (Hg), LOI, W, F, U
124  435     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+7), CV (Hg), LOI, W, F,
125  439     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+6), CV (Hg), LOI, F, U
126  440     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+3+(Mo+V: 2.5 ml conc)), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, F, U(10**12)
127  446     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment, YT, 1990) AAS (8+4), CV (Hg), LOI, F
128  447     Barringer (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+4), CV (Hg), LOI, F, Sn
129  449     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+3), CV (Hg), LOI, F
130  451     Cantech (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+3), CV (Hg - d.l.=5 ppb), LOI, F [UNUSED]
131  452     Cantech (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+3), CV (Hg), LOI, F [UNUSED]
132  453     Cantech (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8 + Cd, Mo (dl=2 ppm), V, Sn), CV (Hg), LOI, F
133  456     Cantech (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+4), CV(Hg), LOI, F
134  459     Cantech (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+4), CV (Hg), LOI
135  460     Cantech (NGR lake sediment) AAS(8+Cd,Mo,V), CV(Hg - d.l. 5ppb), LOI, F [UNUSED]
136  461     Cantech (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+4), CV (Hg – d.l. 5 ppb), LOI, F [UNUSED]
137  463     Acme (NGR stream sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements, W, d.l.=0.2 ppm), Sn, LOI
138  466     Acme 1F-MS Basic Suite (37 elements) 1g
139  467     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+3), CV (Hg), LOI, F
140  468     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment, NU, 1995) AAS (8+4), CV (Hg), LOI, F
141  469     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+Cd, Mo, V), CV (Hg - d.l.=5 ppb), LOI, F
142  470     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+4), CV(Hg – d.l.=5 ppb), LOI, F
143  471     Acme (NGR stream sediment) ICP-MS (35+Au), LOI
144  472     GSC (NGR surface water) ICP-MS (31 elements), ICP-ES (7 elements)
145  476     Acme (NGR stream sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements, W, d.l.=0.1 ppm), Sn, LOI
146  478     Acme (NGR stream sediment) ICP-MS/ICP-ES (35+Au), LOI
147  482     Acme (NGR stream sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements), LOI, Sn, F
148  483     Acme (NGR stream sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES- HMC (36 elements), Sn, F
149  484     GSC/ACL (NGR surface water) ICP-MS (25)
150  485     Acme (NGR stream sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements, W, d.l.=0.1 ppm), LOI
151  486     GSC/ACL (NGR surface water) Ion Chromatography (6 ions), ICP-MS (25)
152  489     Acme (NGR stream sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements), LOI, Sn (LiBO2 fusion), F
153  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)
154  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)
155  496     Cantech (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8 + Cd, Mo (dl=1ppm), V, Sn), CV (Hg), LOI, F
156  497     Acme 4A-4B, 2A Leco, 1F30, 1T-MS (177 parameters)
157  498     Acme 4A-4B, 2A Leco, 1F30, 1T-MS (172 parameters)
158  500     ActLabs 1H (Au+48) and 1C-EXP2 (Au, Pt, Pd)
159  507     BVM AQ250 (65 elements)
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