JF-1-P

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description
K-Feldspar, a mixture of albite and orthoclase separated from a granite by mechanical grinding and sieving.
origin
Feldspar from Nagiso-machi, Nagano Prefecture, Japan
sourceProducer
GSJ
characteristics

High in SiO2 (67 %m/m), Al2O3 (18 %m/m) and K2O (10 %m/m).

Highly enriched in Ba (1750 µg/g), Rb and Sr (100-200 µg/g).

Very low in most transition metals and REEs (<1 µg/g).

Its feldspar endmember composition is Ab 32 An 5 Or 63 mol-% and classifies as a sanidine.

suitable for
  • LA-ICP-MS
  • µXRF
  • LIBS
original certificate of analysis Link