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Isotopic Geochemistry of Cadmium: A Review
Zhu C. W.; Wen, H. J.; Zhang, Y. X.; Liu, Y. Z.; Wei, R. F.
Source PublicationActa Geologica Sinica-English Edition
KeywordCadmium non-traditional stable isotopes stable isotopic fractionation geochemical tracer south china sea precise determination primary productivity river sediments zinc deposits lead isotopes water column sw china fractionation ocean
AbstractCadmium (Cd) is a scarce, but not an extremely rare element in the Earth's crust (crustal average: 0.2 ppm Cd). Geochemically, Cd exhibits thiophile, lithophile, and volatile behavior in different geologic processes. Biologically, it is a nutrient-like element that is closely related to P and Zn and is toxic element to organisms. Presently, Cd isotopes have been successfully utilized to trace Cd sources and nutrient cycling in marine systems in addition to unearthing other geochemical processes. Using published studies and our recent work, this survey summarizes the chemical preparation and mass spectrometry of Cd isotopes. It also reviews Cd isotopic compositions and fractionation mechanisms in nature as well as experiments.
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Zhu C. W.,Wen, H. J.,Zhang, Y. X.,et al. Isotopic Geochemistry of Cadmium: A Review. 2015.
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