Akagi 2/2603W < 20121113085707-695-715 > pub
  • IGSN: IEDRM00K6
  • classification: volcanic
  • physical-form: aliquot
  • quantity (kg): 0.21
  • description: Pyroclastics of Y stage (younger stratovolcano formation stage)
  • modified at 2020-02-13
1: 0807 2: 2605 3: 2602F 4: 2603W 5: 2603G 6: 2603B 7: 2601 8: 1202 9: 1102 10: 1012 11: A 12: 1010 13: 0910 14: 1103 15: 1011 16: 1004 17: 1002 18: 2604 19: 1302 20: 1303


(a) EPMA on EPMA JEOL JXA-8800R
1: 1303 2: 1302 3: 2604 4: 1002 5: 1004 6: 1011 7: 1103 8: 0910 9: 1010 10: A 11: 1012 12: 1102 13: 1202 14: 2601 15: 2603B 16: 2603G 17: 2603W 18: 2602F 19: 2605 20: 0807


(a) XRF procedures of Takei (2002) on XRF PANalytical PW2400
(b) Tritration with gravimetry
(c) Q-ICP-MS_procedures of Makishima and Nakamura (1997, 1999, 2006) on ICPMS Yokogawa PMS2000
1: 0807 2: 2605 3: 2602F 4: 2603W 5: 2603G 6: 2603B 7: 2601 8: 1202 9: 1102 10: 1012 11: A 12: 1010 13: 0910 14: 1103 15: 1011 16: 1004 17: 1002 18: 2604 19: 1302 20: 1303


(a) Sr isotopes_procedures of Yoshikawa and Nakamura (1993) on TIMS Finnigan MAT261, MAT262 and Triton TI
(b) Nd isotopes_procedures of Nakamura et al. (1991, 2003) on TIMS Finnigan MAT261, MAT262 and Triton TI
(c) TIMS on TIMS Finnigan MAT261, MAT262 and Triton TI
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physical-form
quantity
Quantity of 2603W is
(was 0.21 kg) and loss was 0.0 g after operation .
place quantity

ISEI/stone storage/Room B/--/--/Akagi 2 about 1 year

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description:
2015-11-05 14:00 2020-07-08 09:54
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name device global-id
93102603W pub 4 EPMA JEOL JXA-8800R 20190529143822-431662
93102603W pub 3 20190530110248-382705
93102603W pub 12 XRF PANalytical PW2400 20190530104839-067762
93102603W pub 26 ICPMS Yokogawa PMS2000 20190530115653-252496
93102603W pub 2 TIMS Finnigan MAT261, MAT262 and Triton TI 20190530141714-065596
93102603W pub 1 TIMS Finnigan MAT261, MAT262 and Triton TI 20190530141232-630177
93102603W pub 3 TIMS Finnigan MAT261, MAT262 and Triton TI 20190530142223-157290
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Katsura Kobayashi & Eizo Nakamura (2001) Geochemical Evolution of Akagi Volcano, NE Japan: Implications for Interaction Between Island-arc Magma and Lower Crust, and Generation of Isotopically Various Magmas, Journal of Petrology, 42, 2303-2331, doi:10.1093/petrology/42.12.2303. 20150910173621-641505
name spots global-id
Img 7304 thumb IMG_7304.JPG pub 0 20121113085714-773-064