Mass spectrometry for isotope ratios


The method entails determining the abundances of various isotopes of hydrogen, carbon, oxygen, and nitrogen. When biological, physical, or chemical processes result in isotopic fractionation, such differences may occur. The effects of fractionation are most apparent on the lightest isotopes, and the variations in isotope ratio values that emerge from these effects are frequently unique to certain origins and production methods.



 


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