Optimized determination of 17O-excess in Antarctic snow using cavity ring-down spectroscopy
- Optimized determination of 17O-excess in Antarctic snow using cavity ring-down spectroscopy
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- 공동광자분광분석법을 이용한 남극 강설 17O-excess의 최적화된 분석
- Han, Yeongcheol
Hur, Soon Do
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- Han, Yeongcheol, et al. 2017. Optimized determination of 17O-excess in Antarctic snow using cavity ring-down spectroscopy. 2017 Goldschmidt Conference. Paris Congress Center. 2017.08.13~2017.08.18.
- Recent developments in laser-based analytical techniques have achieved a measurement of 17O-excess (17Oxs = ln(δ17O+1) - 0.528·ln(δ18O+1)) in water with a precision better than 10-5. We optimized a routine method for the 17Oxs measurement using wavelength-scanned cavity ring-down spectroscopy (WS-CRDS
L2140-i, Picarro). Based on the precision evaluated from repeated injections of a snow-melt solution (1σof 17 per meg (10-6)), the optimal number of injections was determined. Taking into account the memory effect across different solutions, analyses of the first eight injections were shortened through modifying the original Python codes to save time and were excluded from the result calculation. The VSMOW and SLAP solutions were analysed to calibrate the 17Oxs results to the VSMOW-SLAP scale. A Monte-Carlo approach was used to estimate the integrated precision of results according to the injection numbers of the standards and a sample. The modelled precision agreed well with the measured ones with GISP and
an in-house working standard, and the injection numbers were adjusted so that the external reproducibility is better than 10 per meg (1σ). The optimized method was applied to two shallow ice cores obtained from the coastal regions of East Antarctica and proved to be sufficient to resolve temporal variations in 17Oxs characterized by the strong seasonality high in winter and low in summer.
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- 2017 Goldschmidt Conference
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- Paris Congress Center
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