An innovative molybdenum column liner for oxygen and hydrogen stable isotope analysis by pyrolysis
The most widely used method for pyrolysing samples for hydrogen or oxygen isotopic analysis involves heating them to greater than 1300°C in a helium stream passed through a glassy carbon tube in an alumina casing. There are a number of difficulties with
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