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(Received February 6, 2007; accepted in revised form April 18, 2007) Lead isotopic composition / Nuclear forensics / Uranium ore / Yellow cake Summary. Lead is contained as trace element in uranium ores and propagates throughout the production process to intermediate products like yellow cake or uranium oxide. The lead isotopes in such material originate from two sources: natural lead and radiogenic lead. The variability of the isotopic composition of lead in ores and yellow cakes was studied and the applicability of this parameter for nuclear forensic investigations was

this paper we give the lead isotopic composition of 10 Roman lead pipes and ingots, found on the European continent. In spite of the limited number of samples and the restricted area, significant differences in the isotopic composition are found exceeding by far the experimental limits of error. Thus, it is shown that the isotopic composition of lead is indeed a sensitive tracer for the origin of historical lead objects. Our results are compared with the isotopic compositions of European lead ores. For some examples the possibilities and the limitations of the

present in the Shimensi deposit. The sulphur isotopic compositions of sulphides in the deposit indicate that the sulphur source was homogeneous and the origin was closely related to the magmatic sulphur. The lead isotopic compositions of sulfides suggest that the lead has multiple sources, and were closely related to magmatism. The carbon isotopic compositions of calcite indicate that hydrothermal fluids were derived from the granitic magma. The Hydrogen and Oxygen isotopic compositions of the quartz veins indicate that the ore-forming fluids had a magmatic

., & Rubinowski, Z. (1979). Lead isotopic composition of ore depositis from the Silesia-Cracow mining district. Prace Instytutu Geologicznego, XCV, 133-151. 9. Wedephol, K. H., & Baumann, A. (1997). Isotope composition of Medieval lead glasses refl ecting early silver production in Central Europe. Mineralium Deposita, 32, 292-295. 10. Bielecki, K. H., & Tischendorf, G. (1991). Lead isotope and Pb-Pb model age determination of ores from Central Europe and their metallogenetic interpretation. Contrib. Mineral Petrol., 106, 440-461. 11. Ponting, M., Evans, J. A., & Pashley, V

equilibrium. In addition, we analyzed pyrite and galena for their lead isotope compositions. Lead isotopic compositions were determined using an England Nu Plasma High Resolution type MC-ICP-MS with standard NBS-981, following the method of Yuan et al. (2013) . Long-term repeated measurements of lead isotopic ratios of standard NBS981 yielded 206 Pb/ 204 Pb = 16.9397 ± 0.001 and 207 Pb/ 204 Pb = 15.4974 ± 0.001 (all errors are reported at ±2σ). The Moutoulas mineralization Examination of the quartz veins reveals four distinct paragenetic stages of hydrothermal

production, while other samples were milled from other types of ores [7]. Rb incompatibility. This is illustrated in Fig. 4 showing the 87Sr/86Sr isotope ratio values for Calgary and Mulberry sam- ples (both are phosphorite ores) are low compared to the other uranium ore deposits. The value measured for Fund-26 compares well to these two samples. The Pb isotopic composition in the Fund-26 (the 204Pb, 206Pb, 207Pb and 208Pb are 1.357 ± 0.005, 25.91 ± 0.21, 21.03 ± 0.11 and 51.70 ± 0.13, respectively) was indis- tinguishable from the natural representative lead isotopic

a seaside community: an example of local birds as “ canaries in the mine ” . Environ Health Perspect 2009;117: 148 – 54. 16. enHealth. Environmental health risk assessment: Guidelines for assessing human health risks from environmental hazards. Canberra, Australia: enHealth Council Publications, 2002. Available from: http://enhealth.nphp.gov.au/council/pubs/pdf/ envhazards.pdf . 17. Gulson B, Mizon K, Korsch M, Taylor A. Changes in the lead isotopic composition of blood, diet and air in Australia over a decade: globalization and implications for

milled galena (PbS) Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A 35 2223 2228 Ďurišová, J., Ackerman, L., Strnad, L., Chrastný, V., and Borovička, J. (2015) Lead isotopic composition in biogenic certified reference materials determined by different ICP-based mass spectrometric techniques. Geostandards and Geoanalytical Research, 39, 209–220. Ďurišová J. Ackerman L. Strnad L. Chrastný V. Borovička J. 2015 Lead isotopic composition in biogenic certified reference materials determined by different ICP-based mass spectrometric techniques Geostandards and Geoanalytical

JK Oboh G Depletion of cellular adenosine triphosphate and hepatocellular damage in rat after sub-chronic exposure to leachate from anthropogenic recycling site Hum Exp Toxicol 2015 31 1 13 3. Harvey PJ, Handley HK, Taylor MP. Identification of the sources of metal (lead) contamination in drinking waters in north-eastern Tasmania using lead isotopic compositions. Environ Sci Pollut Res 2015;22:12276–88. Harvey PJ Handley HK Taylor MP Identification of the sources of metal (lead) contamination in drinking waters in north-eastern Tasmania using lead isotopic

Bohemian Massif: radiochemical study, history, and lead isotopic composition. J. Radioanal. Nucl. Chem. 283 , 89 (2010). 10.1007/s10967-009-0095-6 Randa Z. Ulrych J. Turek K. Mihaljevic M. Adamovic J. Mizera J. Radiobarites from the Cenozoic volcanic region of the Bohemian Massif: radiochemical study, history, and lead isotopic composition J. Radioanal. Nucl. Chem 283 89 2010 29. Starovoitova, V. N., Segebade, C.: Photon activation analysis as a tool for evidentiary sample identification: a feasibility study. J. Radioanal. Nucl. Chem. 311 , 611 (2017). 10.1007/s10967