Please find attched the pdf file for the paper.
For the combustion of soil samples containing iodine, we are trying the
pyrohydrolysis under oxygen in Quratz assembly to get the ionic form of
iodine (iodide or iodate depending on trap solution). Haven't done Nitric
acid digestion till now.
On Fri, Jan 29, 2010 at 3:47 AM, Massimo Raveggi <
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> Hi Devleena,
> in which journal did you publish the paper below? If you have a PDF handy I
> would appreciate a copy.
> Cheers, Massimo Raveggi
> School of Geosciences, Monash University
> Melbourne, Australia
> devleena tiwari wrote:
>> Hi Lynne,
>> Leaching out the iodine with TMAH would surely be a good method. We did
>> analyses over ICP-MS, but you can try the sample preparation of similar
>> Please refer"Rapid determination of iodine in soils using ICP-MS by
>> Mani et al., 2007, Vol 93, (No.9) 1219-1221.
>> We are now trying the combustion procedure to extract iodine from soils
>> using ICP-MS.
>> Devleena Mani,
>> Geochemistry Division,
>> National geophysical Research Institute,
>> On Thu, Jan 28, 2010 at 12:18 AM, Clucas, Lynne
>> <[log in to unmask]>wrote:
>>> I have a request to analyse Iodine in plant and soil samples. I have
>>> played around a bit on our ICP and have good clean peaks using lines
>>> (FACT gets rid of the P interference very well) 182.976, 179.847 and
>>> so, 206.163. So I don't have any problem with the ICP's ability to
>>> Sample dissolution techniques will have to be my focus when a supply of
>>> TMAH arrives.
>>> Has anyone out there in the big wide world any experience with this ?
>>> Is there any way to use already HNO3 acid digested samples ?
>>> I have a Varian ICP-OES 720 axial instrument with USN and VGA-77
>>> accessories and couple of years experience doing the basics mostly well
>>> just skimming the surface of the instuments capabilities I think.
>>> Any help would be appreciated
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