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Title: Radionuclide Determination In Surface Water Samples By Inductively Coupled Plasma With Sector Field Mass Spectrometry (ICP-SFMS)
Authors: Guzmán, E. T. Romero
Mendoza, H. Hernández
Gutiérrez, L. R. Reyes
Lugo, M. J. Ríos
Santana, J. Hernández
Keywords: ICP-SFMS
surface water
water pollution
quantification limits
detection limits
trace elements
Issue Date: 8-Aug-2016
Publisher: Chitkara University Publications
Abstract: The determination of naturally occurring radionuclides in the environment by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry of high resolution (ICP-SFMS) has gained recognition over the last fifteen years, relative to the radiometric techniques, as the result of improvement in instrumental performance, sample introduction equipment and sample preparation. With the increase in instrumental sensitivity, it is now possible to measure ultratrace levels of many radioisotopes. The aim of this work was to determined the natural radionuclides (232Th, 234U, 235U and 238U) in surface water using Inductively Coupled Plasma- Sector Field Mass Spectrometry (ICP-SFMS). The samples were sampling from Lerma river, State of Mexico at february to april 2015. The process of treatment of sample consisted in perform an acid digestion according to the 3015A USEPA method followed of the direct measurement in ICP-SFMS. Results obtained were: a) identify the presence of 232Th, 234U, 235U and 238U isotopes in water, b) isotopic ratios were for 234U/238U=1.133 ± 0.016. ICPSFMS has gained popularity in the field of radiochemistry, particularly as a method of detection for long lived-actinides.
URI: http://dspace.chitkara.edu.in/xmlui/handle/1/721
http://hdl.handle.net/1/721
ISSN: Print - 2321-8649
Online 2321-9289
Appears in Collections:JNP Volume 4 Number 1 (August - 2016)

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