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IODP Expedition 362 Elemental analysis (CHNS)

McNeill, L.C.; Dugan, B.; Petronotis, K.E.; Backman, J.; Bourlange, S.; Chemale, F.; Chen, W.; Colson, T.A.; Frederik, M.C.G.; Guèrin, G.; Hamahashi, M.; Henstock, T.; House, B.M.; Hüpers, A.; Jeppson, T.N.; Kachovich, S.; Kenigsberg, A.R.; Kuranaga, M.; Kutterolf, S.; Milliken, K.L.; Mitchison, F.L.; Mukoyoshi, H.; Nair, N.; Owari, S.; Pickering, K.T.; Pouderoux, H.F.A.; Shan, Y.; Song, I.; Torres, M.E.; Vannucchi, P.; Vrolijk, P.J.; Yang, T.; Zhao, X.

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International Ocean Discovery Program

Fundamental elemental component (total carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, and sulfur) fluctuations help define the origin, depositional environment, and diagenetic alteration of source materials. To determine C, H, N, and S, solid samples are reacted with a catalyst, separated by chromatography, and detected by thermal conductivity on a FlashEA 1112 CHNS elemental analyzer. Organic carbon can be directly measured on the elemental analyzer by acidification of the sample to drive off carbonate as carbon dioxide before analyzing. Total organic carbon on this report is measured rather than calculated.

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