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Lab performing Pb isotope studies wanted

Posted by Jakub Jirásek  
Lab performing Pb isotope studies wanted
November 07, 2009 07:00PM

I m looking for some lab performing lead isotope studies (ICP-MS with magnetic sectors?). We would like to date source of hydrothermal mineralization where only mineral suitable for dating is galena. I know this technique is a little bit out-of-date, but we have no uraninite, zircones, monazites, feldspars etc. I will be grateful for any advice.

Re: Lab performing Pb isotope studies wanted
November 16, 2009 09:48AM
Hi Jakub,

I think You have to contact the Geological or Chemical Department of an university. But I have no idea, how much this costs.

Greetings from Goslar

Re: Lab performing Pb isotope studies wanted
March 11, 2012 03:09PM
Respected Sir,

i am working on genesis of base metal mineralization of Himalayan terrain. I intend to do sulphur isotopic studies from galena and sphalerite, please convey me regarding this issue that from where to do the analysis and about the cost of payment


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