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Lithium and Nd Isotopic Constraints on the Origin of Li-Poor Pegmatite with Implications for Li Mineralization
Chen B, Huang C & Zhao H

Assessment of the Auxiliary Gas Flow and Torch Position Influence on Measurement of Lu-Hf Isotopic Composition of Zircon by a Direct Identification of 177HfO/177Hf Formation Rates with MC-ICP-MS
Huang C, Yang Y-H, Xie L, Wu S, Wang H & Yang J-H

Isotope Compositions of Three Synthetic Andesite Reference Glass Materials (ARM-1, ARM-2, ARM-3) for in situ Microanalysis
Wu S, Yang Y, Huang C, Wang H, Xie L & Yang J

(2019) Heavy Li Isotopic Signatures of Enriched Sub-Continental Mantle-Derived Gabbroic Rocks in East China: Evidence for Mantle Metasomatism by Fluids/Melts Released from the Down-Going Paleo-Pacific Slab
Chen B, Huang C & Chen Y

(2019) High-Precision Sr-Nd-Hf Isotopic Characterization of Chinese Geological Standard Glasses (CGSG-1, 2, 4 and 5) Reference Materials by TIMS and MC-ICP-MS
Yang Y, Xie L, Huang C, Wu S & Yang J

(2019) Simultaneous Measurement of Sulfur and Iron Isotopes in Pyrite Using a Femtosecond Laser Ablation System Coupled with Two Multi-Collector Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometers
Xie L-W, Huang C, Yang Y-H, Wu S-T & Yang J-H

(2019) A Potential New Zircon Reference Material for Micro-Beam Analysis
Huang C, Wang H, Xie L-W, Yang Y-H, Wu S-T & Yang J-H

(2017) When did the Paleo-Tethys Ailaoshan Ocean Closed: New Constraints from Detrital Zircon U–Pb Geochronology and Hf Isotope
Xia X, Xu J & Huang C

(2016) An Epidote Standard for in situ LA-MC-ICP-MS Sr Isotope
Chen J, Huang C, Yang J, Yang Y & Xie L

(2016) New Progresses in Analytical Methods of in situ Sm-Nd Isotope Measurement of Natural Geological Samples by LA-MC-ICP-MS
Yang Y-H, Yang J-H, Wu F-Y, Xie L-W & Huang C

(2016) Helium Isotopic Compositions of Ore-Forming Fluid from the Xintianling Tungsten Deposit and the Furong Tin Deposit, the Nanling Range: Implications for the Origin and Evolution of the Ore-Forming Fluid of the Qitianling Pluton
Huang C & Chen B

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