STP1344

    Applications of Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry to Radionuclide Determinations

    Morrow RW, Crain JS
    Published: 1998


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    Features the most current methods for determining precise levels of radiation exposure using state-of-the-art instrumentation. An international selection of experts in the field from the United States, Europe and the Middle East have presented 13 comprehensive, peer-reviewed papers in two key categories:

    Applications of ICP-MS in the Nuclear Fuel Cycle -- Topics covered include ICP-MS use for isotopic composition assessment in uranium products; refinements for the precise determination of uranium isotope ratios; on-site applications ranging from environmental monitoring to defense waste vitrification; and ICP-MS applications toward nuclear waste management in France.

    Applications of ICP-MS in Health and Environmental Monitoring -- Key issues examined: On-line sample processing techniques for the determination of actinides in natural waters; Radionuclides determination in clinical media; and ICP-MS methods for the characterization of geological media.

    This publication is an invaluable text for analytical spectroscopists, radiochemists, nuclear fuel fabricators, geochemists, environmental restoration companies and Department of Energy contractors.


    Table of Contents

    Uranium Isotope Measurements by Quadrupole ICP-MS for Process Monitoring of Enrichment
    Bolin R., Harris T., Policke T.

    A Study of Isotopic Homogeneity in “Blended Uranium” Using ICP-MS
    Crain J.

    High Precisin and High Accuracy Isotopic Measurement of Uranium Using Lead and Thorium Calibration Solutions by Inductively Coupled Plasma-Multiple Collector-Mass Spectrometry
    Bowen I., Hodgson T., Parrish R., Walder A.

    Actinide, Elemental, and Fission Product Measurements by ICPMS at the Savannah River Site
    Boyce W., Clymire J., Kinard W., Tovo1 L.

    Evaluation of Nebulizer Performance within the ICP-MS Measurement System for Analysis of SRS Radiological Waste Tank Simulated Solutions
    Jones V.

    Determination of Long-Lived Beta Emitters in Nuclear Waste by Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry
    Bienvenu P., Brochard E., Excoffier E.

    Determination of Technetium-99, Neptunium-237 and Isotopes of Thorium in Uranyl Nitrate Solutions From a Reprocessing Plant, Using Double-Focusing ICP-MS
    Delaunay J., Leprovost P., Mitterrand B., Vian A.

    Evaluation of Chelation Preconcentration for the Determination of Actinide Elements by Flow Injection ICP-MS
    Bromley L., Evans E., Fairman B., Jones P., Truscott J., Turner J.

    Determination of Uranium in Clinical and Environmental Samples by FIAS-ICPMS
    Gavrieli I., Halicz L., Karpas Z., Lorber A.

    99Tc Bioassay: A Direct Comparison of Liquid Scintillation Radiation Detection and ICP-MS Mass Detection of the 99Tc Isotope
    Lewis L., Schweitzer G.

    Determination of Radionuclides in Biological Fluids Using a High Resolution ICP-MS in Low Resolution Mode
    Haines J., Heam R., McAughey J., Pickford C.

    High-Precision Determination of 234U/238U Activity Ratios in Natural Waters and Carbonates by ICPMS
    Ketterer M., Khourey C.

    Isotope Ratios of Uranium Using High Resolution Inductively Coupled Plasma—Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS)
    Hearn R., Wildner H.


    Committee: C26

    Paper ID: STP1344-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1344-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5390-5

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2034-1

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