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Reference Materials and Calibration Services

The Reston Stable Isotope Laboratory (RSIL) of the United States Geological Survey provides isotopic reference materials and calibrates user-supplied materials. Reference materials are suitable for use in calibration of analytical instrumentation, for testing analytical methodologies, and for use as quality control samples.

Isotopic Reference Materials and Calibration Services

  • To request Isotopic Reference Materials, a USGS Facility Service/User Agreement or Interagency Agreement (required for federal customers) needs to be filled out, signed, and transmitted to the RSIL. The signed agreement can either be scanned and saved as a pdf file and emailed to isotopes@usgs.gov or faxed to Jennifer Lorenz (secure fax number 703-648-5889). Generally, users only need to fill out this form for their first order. This form will be retained on file and can be used for subsequent orders for five years. After five years, the agreement will need to be renewed.
     
  • Fill out the USGS RSIL Order Form and email it to isotopes@usgs.gov or fax it to Jennifer Lorenz (secure fax number 703-648-5889).
     
  • After receiving the USGS Facility Service/User Agreement or Interagency Agreement and the USGS RSIL Order Form, an order confirmation will be sent to the customer, which is used by the customer to designate payment type (accepted forms of payment are credit card, check and wire transfer). For federal customers, the accepted form of payment is by IPAC. After payment information is received from the customer, both the payment and order are processed.
     
  • Solid isotopic reference materials can be shipped immediately after the required documents have been received and the payment has been processed.
     
  • The turnaround time for international distributed water references sealed in silver tubes is 1-3 weeks.
     
  • If UPW (user-provided water) in silver tubes is required, the turnaround time is 1-2 weeks without calibration and 2-4 weeks with calibration. The user's samples should be sent to:

                     Reston Stable Isotope Laboratory
                     U.S. Geological Survey
                     12201 Sunrise Valley Drive 
                     Mail Stop 431, Room 5B142
                     Reston, Virginia 20192
                     +1 (703) 648-5859

  • There is a 10% discount for an order of 10 or more of one reference material. This discount cannot be applied to references sealed in silver tubes or VSMOW (5 mL in glass ampoule).
Reston stable isotope lab RSIL Reference Caps
Silver capsules containing reference water used for the calibration of stable hydrogen and oxygen measurements.
Reston stable isotope lab: Reference VSMOW
Glass ampoules of reference material VSMOW (Vienna Standard Mean Ocean Water).

Prices for Isotopic Reference Materials and Calibration Services

Click on ID Number to access the Report of Isotopic Composition.
Last updated: May 3, 2022.

 

Reference Number
and Report of
Isotopic Composition
Description of Material Amount Price Isotope Values
USGS24 Graphite 0.8 g $158 δ13C = —16.05 ‰
USGS25 Ammonium sulfate > 0.6 g $297 δ15N = —30.41 ‰
USGS26 Ammonium sulfate > 0.8 g $297 δ15N = +53.75 ‰
USGS32 Potassium nitrate  0.3 g $344     δ15N = +180 ‰
δ18O = ~ +25.5 ‰
USGS34 Potassium nitrate 0.3 g $344 δ15N = —1.8 ‰
δ18O = ~ 28 ‰
USGS35 Sodium nitrate 0.3 g $344 δ15N = +2.7 ‰
δ18O = ~ +57 ‰
USGS37 Potassium perchlorate 1 g $600 δ37Cl = +0.90 ‰
δ18O = —17.00 ‰
δ17O = —8.96 ‰
USGS38 Potassium perchlorate 1 g $600 δ37Cl = —87.90 ‰
δ18O = +52.50 ‰
δ17O = +102.40 ‰
USGS39 Potassium perchlorate 1 g $600 δ37Cl = +0.05 ‰
δ18O = +122.3 ‰
δ17O = +62.6 ‰
USGS40 L-glutamic acid 2 g $200 δ15N = —4.52 ‰
δ13C = 26.39 ‰
USGS41a L-glutamic acid
enriched in 13C & 15N
0.5 g $150 δ15N = +47.55 ‰
δ13C = +36.55 ‰
USGS41 L-glutamic acid
enriched in 13C & 15N
0.5 g supply exhausted δ15N = +47.57 ‰
δ13C = +37.63 ‰
USGS42 Tibetan human hair
powder (< 100 mesh)
0.5 g $390 δ2H = —72.9 ‰
δ18O = +8.56 ‰
δ15N = +8.05 ‰
δ13C = —21.09 ‰
δ34S = +7.84 ‰ 
USGS43 Indian human hair
powder  (< 60 mesh)
0.5 g $390 δ2H = —44.4 ‰
δ18O = +14.11 ‰
δ15N = +8.44 ‰
δ13C = —21.28 ‰
δ34S = +10.46 ‰ 
CBS Caribou Hoof Standard 0.5 g $197 δ2H = —157.0 ‰
δ18O = +2.39 ‰
KHS Kudu Horn Standard 0.5 g $197 δ2H = —35.3 ‰
δ18O = +21.21 ‰
USGS44 Merck high purity CaCO3. 
Intended for calibration
of VPDB carbon-isotope-delta
scale.
0.5 g $180 δ13C = —42.21 ‰
USGS45 Set of 16 ampoules having 4 mL
of Biscayne Aquifer Drinking Water
per ampoule
64 mL $283 δ2H = —10.3 ‰
δ18O = —2.238 ‰
USGS45 Case of 144 ampoules having 4 mL
of Biscayne Aquifer Drinking Water
per ampoule
576 mL $1,048 δ2H = —10.3 ‰
δ18O = —2.238 ‰
USGS45 Case of 144 ampoules having 5 mL
of Biscayne Aquifer Drinking Water
per ampoule
720 mL $1,312 δ2H = —10.3 ‰
δ18O = —2.238 ‰
USGS46 Set of 16 ampoules having 4 mL
of Ice Core Water per ampoule 
64 mL $283 δ2H = —235.8 ‰
δ18O = —29.80 ‰
USGS46 Case of 144 ampoules having 4 mL
of Ice Core Water per ampoule
576 mL $1,048 δ2H = —235.8 ‰
δ18O = —29.80 ‰
USGS46a Set of 16 ampoules having 5 mL
of Ice Core Water per ampoule
80 mL $298 δ2H = —235.6 ‰
δ18O = —30.09 ‰
USGS46a Case of 144 ampoules having 5 mL
of Ice Core Water per ampoule
720 mL $1,312 δ2H = —235.6 ‰
δ18O = —30.09 ‰
USGS47 Set of 16 ampoules having 5 mL
of Lake Louise Drinking Water
per ampoule     
80 mL $298 δ2H = —150.2 ‰
δ18O = —19.80 ‰
USGS47 Case of 144 ampoules having 5 mL
of Lake Louise Drinking Water per
ampoule
720 mL $1,312 δ2H = —150.2 ‰
δ18O = —19.80 ‰
USGS48 Set of 16 ampoules having 5 mL
of Puerto Rico Precipitation per
ampoule
80 mL $298 δ2H = —2.0 ‰
δ18O = —2.224 ‰
USGS48 Case of 144 ampoules having 5 mL
of Puerto Rico Precipitation per
ampoule  
720 mL $1,312 δ2H = —2.0 ‰
δ18O = —2.224 ‰
USGS49 Set of 16 ampoules having 5 mL
of Antarctic Ice-core Water per
ampoule
80 mL $298 δ2H = —394.7 ‰
δ18O = —50.55 ‰
USGS49 Case of 144 ampoules having 5 mL
of Antarctic Ice-core Water per
ampoule
720 mL $1,312 δ2H = —394.7 ‰
δ18O = —50.55 ‰
USGS50 Set of 16 ampoules having 5 mL
of Lake Kyoga Water per ampoule
80 mL $298 δ2H = +32.8 ‰
δ18O = +4.95 ‰
USGS50 Case of 144 ampoules having 5 mL
of Lake Kyoga Water per ampoule
720 mL $1,312 δ2H = +32.8 ‰ ​​​​​​
δ18O = +4.95 ‰
USGS51 Nitrous oxide in 6-mm glass tube ~200 μmol $198 δ15N = +1.32 ‰
δ18O = +41.23 ‰
USGS52 Nitrous oxide in 6-mm glass tube ~200 μmol $198 δ15N = +0.44 ‰
δ18O = +40.64 ‰
USGS53 Case of 32 ampoules having 5 mL
of Lake Shala Distilled Water per
ampoule
160 mL $426 δ2H = +40.2 ‰
δ18O = +5.47 ‰
USGS54 Canadian lodgepole pine wood 
powder
0.5 g supply exhausted δ2H = —150.4 ‰
δ18O = +17.79 ‰
δ13C = —24.43 ‰
δ15N = —2.42 ‰
USGS54a Canadian lodgepole pine wood
powder
0.5 g coming soon  
USGS55 Mexican ziricote wood powder 0.5 g supply exhausted δ2H = —28.2 ‰
δ18O = +19.12 ‰
δ13C = —27.13 ‰
δ15N = —0.3 ‰
USGS55a Mexican ziricote wood powder 0.5 g coming soon  
USGS56 South African red ivorywood
powder
0.5 g supply exhausted δ2H = —44.0 ‰
δ18O = +27.23 ‰
δ13C = —24.34 ‰
δ15N = +1.8 ‰
USGS56a South African red ivorywood
powder
0.5 g coming soon  
USGS57 Biotite 0.5 g $250 δ2H = —91.5 ‰
USGS58 Muscovite 0.5 g $250 δ2H = —28.4 ‰
USGS61 Caffeine 0.5 g $250 δ2H = +96.9 ‰
δ13C = —35.05 ‰
δ15N = —2.87 ‰
USGS62 Caffeine 0.5 g $250 δ2H = —156.1 ‰
δ13C = —14.79 ‰
δ15N = +20.17 ‰
USGS63 Caffeine 0.5 g $250 δ2H = +174.5 ‰
δ13C = —1.17 ‰
δ15N = +37.83 ‰
USGS64 Glycine 0.5 g $250 δ13C = —40.81 ‰
δ15N = +1.76 ‰
USGS65 Glycine 0.5 g $250 δ13C = —20.29 ‰
δ15N = +20.68 ‰ 
USGS66 Glycine 0.5 g $250 δ13C = —0.67 ‰
δ15N = +40.83 ‰
USGS67 n-hexadecane 50 μL $250 δ2H = —166.2 ‰
δ13C = —34.50 ‰
USGS68 n-hexadecane 50 μL $250 δ2H = —10.2 ‰
δ13C = —10.55 ‰
USGS69 n-hexadecane 50 μL $250 δ2H = +381.4 ‰
δ13C = —0.57 ‰
USGS70 Icosanoic acid methyl ester
(C20 FAME)
100 mg $250 δ2H = —183.9 ‰
δ13C = —30.53 ‰
USGS71 Icosanoic acid methyl ester
(C20 FAME)
100 mg $250 δ2H = —4.9 ‰
δ13C = —10.5 ‰
USGS72 Icosanoic acid methyl ester
(C20 FAME)
100 mg $250 δ2H = +348.3 ‰
δ13C = —1.54 ‰
USGS73 L-valine 0.5 g $250 δ13C = —24.03 ‰
δ15N = —5.21 ‰
USGS74 L-valine 100 mg $250 δ13C = —9.30 ‰
δ15N = +30.19 ‰
USGS75 L-valine 100 mg $250 δ13C = +0.49 ‰
δ15N = +61.53 ‰
USGS76 Methylheptadecanoate 50 μL $250 δ2H = —210.8 ‰
δ13C = —31.36 ‰
USGS77 Polyethylene powder 1 g $250 δ2H = —75.9 ‰
δ13C = —30.71 ‰
NBS 22a Vacuum oil, regular 1 mL $250 δ2H = —120.4 ‰
δ13C = —29.72 ‰
USGS78 Vacuum oil, 2H-enriched 1 mL $250 δ2H = +397.0 ‰
δ13C = —29.72 ‰
USGS80 Silver phosphate 0.5 g $310 δ18O = ~ +13.1 ‰
USGS81 Silver phosphate 0.5 g $340 δ18O = ~ +35.4 ‰
USGS82 Honey from tropical Vietnam 1 mL $250 δ2H = —43.1 ‰
δ18O = +19.44 ‰
δ13C = —24.31 ‰
USGS83 Honey from prairie in Canada 1 mL $250 δ2H = —110.5 ‰
δ18O = +18.20 ‰
δ13C = —26.20 ‰
USGS84 Olive oil from Sicily, Italy 1 mL $250 δ2H = —140.4 ‰
δ18O = +26.36 ‰
δ13C = —28.80 ‰
USGS85 Olive oil from coastal desert,
Peru
1 mL $250 δ2H = —158.6 ‰
δ18O = +22.00 ‰
δ13C = —29.74 ‰
USGS86 Peanut oil from tropical
Vietnam
1 mL $250 δ2H = —207.4 ‰
δ18O = +18.76 ‰
δ13C = —30.63 ‰
USGS87 Corn oil from USA 1 mL $250 δ2H = —168.1 ‰
δ18O = +20.11 ‰
δ13C = —15.51 ‰
USGS88 Marine collagen from
wild-caught fish
0.5 g $250 δ2H = +20.1 ‰
δ18O = +15.91 ‰
δ13C = —16.06 ‰
δ15N = +14.96 ‰
δ34S = +17.10 ‰
USGS89 Porcine collagen 0.5 g $250 δ2H = —43.7 ‰
δ18O = +8.37 ‰
δ13C = —18.13 ‰
δ15N = +6.25 ‰
δ34S = +3.86 ‰
USGS90 Millet flour from
Tuscany, Italy
0.5 g $250 δ2H = —13.9 ‰
δ18O = +35.90 ‰
δ13C = —13.75 ‰
δ15N = +8.84 ‰
δ34S = —15.14 ‰
USGS91 Rice flour from tropical
Vietnam
0.5 g $250 δ2H = —45.7 ‰
δ18O = +21.13 ‰
δ13C = —28.28 ‰
δ15N = +1.78 ‰
δ34S = —20.85 ‰
GFLES-1 Water enriched in 2H 5 mL $132 δ2H = +80.1 ‰
δ18O = —6.25 ‰
δ17O = —3.32 ‰
GFLES-2 Water enriched in 2H 5 mL $132 δ2H = +159.9 ‰
δ18O = —6.21 ‰
δ17O = —3.3 ‰
GFLES-3 Water enriched in 2H 5 mL $132 δ2H = +280.2 ‰
δ18O = —6.14 ‰
δ17O = —3.28 ‰
GFLES-4 Water enriched in 2H 5 mL $132 δ2H = +399.8 ‰
δ18O = —6.08 ‰
δ17O = —3.25 ‰
GFLES Set Set of 4 ampoules; 1 each of
GFLES-1 through GFLES-4
20 mL $317 See above values
VSMOW (original
reference water)
Water, 5 mL in glass ampoule 5 mL $580 δ2H = 0 exactly
δ18O = 0 exactly
NBS 22-0.15 μL Oil in silver tube, batch of 50 0.15 μL each $150 δ2H = —117.2 ‰
δ13C = —30.02 ‰
NBS 22-0.25 μL Oil in silver tube, batch of 50 0.25 μL each $150 δ2H = —117.2 ‰
δ13C = —30.02 ‰
NBS 22a-0.15 μL Oil in silver tube, batch of 50 0.15 μL each $150 δ2H = —120.4 ‰
δ13C = —29.72 ‰
NBS 22a-0.25 μL Oil in silver tube, batch of 50 0.25 μL each $150 δ2H = —120.4 ‰
δ13C = —29.72 ‰
USGS78-0.15 μL Oil in silver tube, batch of 50 0.15 μL each $150 δ2H = +397.0 ‰
δ13C = —29.72 ‰
USGS78-0.25 μL Oil in silver tube, batch of 50 0.25 μL each $150 δ2H = +397.0 ‰
δ13C = —29.72 ‰
VSMOW-0.15 μL Water in silver tube, batch of 50 0.15 μL each $150 δ2H = 0 exactly
δ18O = 0 exactly
VSMOW-0.25 μL Water in silver tube, batch of 50 0.25 μL each $150 δ2H = 0 exactly
δ18O = 0 exactly
VSMOW2-0.15 µL Water in silver tube, batch of 50 0.15 μL each $150 δ2H = 0.0 ‰
δ18O = 0.00 ‰
VSMOW2-0.25 µL Water in silver tube, batch of 50 0.25 μL each $150 δ2H = 0.0 ‰
δ18O = 0.00 ‰
SLAP-0.15 µL Water in silver tube, batch of 50 0.15 μL each $150 δ2H = —428.0 ‰
δ18O = —55.50 ‰
SLAP-0.25 µL Water in silver tube, batch of 50 0.25 μL each $150 δ2H = —428.0 ‰
δ18O = —55.50 ‰
SLAP2-0.15 μL Water in silver tube, batch of 50 0.15 μL each $150 δ2H = —427.5 ‰
δ18O = —55.5 ‰
SLAP2-0.25 μL Water in silver tube, batch of 50 0.25 μL each $150 δ2H = —427.5 ‰
δ18O = —55.5 ‰
GISP-0.15 μL Water in silver tube, batch of 50 0.15 μL each $150 δ2H = —189.7 ‰
δ18O = —24.78 ‰
GISP-0.25 μL Water in silver tube, batch of 50 0.25 μL each $150 δ2H = —189.7 ‰ ​​​​​​
δ18O = —24.78 ‰
UC03-0.15 μL Water in silver tube, batch of 50 0.15 μL each $150 δ2H = +68.5 ‰
δ18O = +29.79 ‰
UC03-0.25 μL Water in silver tube, batch of 50 0.25 μL each $150 δ2H = +68.5 ‰
δ18O = +29.79 ‰
UC04-0.15 μL Water in silver tube, batch of 50 0.15 μL each $150 δ2H = +113.6 ‰
δ18O = +38.95 ‰
UC04-0.25 μL Water in silver tube, batch of 50 0.25 μL each $150 δ2H = +113.6 ‰ ​​​​​​
δ18O = +38.95 ‰
USGS46-0.15 μL Ice Core Water in silver tube,
batch of 50
0.15 μL each $150 δ2H = —235.8 ‰
δ18O = —29.80 ‰
USGS46-0.25 μL Ice Core Water in silver tube,
batch of 50
0.25 μL each $150 δ2H = —235.8 ‰
δ18O = —29.80 ‰
USGS46a-0.15 μL Ice Core Water in silver tube,
batch of 50
0.15 μL each $150 δ2H = —235.6 ‰
δ18O = —30.09 ‰
USGS46a-0.25 μL Ice Core Water in silver tube,
batch of 50
0.25 μL each $150 δ2H = —235.6 ‰
δ18O = —30.09 ‰
USGS47-0.15 μL Lake Louise Drinking Water
in silver tube, batch of 50
0.15 μL each $150 δ2H = —150.2 ‰
δ18O = —19.80 ‰
USGS47-0.25 μL Lake Louise Drinking Water
in silver tube, batch of 50
0.25 μL each $150 δ2H = —150.2 ‰
δ18O = —19.80 ‰
USGS48-0.15 μL Puerto Rico Precipitation
in silver tube, batch of 50
0.15 μL each $150 δ2H = —2.0 ‰
δ18O = —2.224 ‰
USGS48-0.25 μL Puerto Rico Precipitation
in silver tube, batch of 50
0.25 μL each $150 δ2H = —2.0 ‰
δ18O = —2.224 ‰
USGS49-0.15 μL Antarctic Ice-core Water
in silver tube, batch of 50
0.15 μL each $150 δ2H = —394.7 ‰
δ18O = —50.55 ‰
USGS49-0.25 μL Antarctic Ice-core Water
in silver tube, batch of 50
0.25 μL each $150 δ2H = —394.7 ‰
δ18O = —50.55 ‰
USGS50-0.15 μL Lake Kyoga Water in
silver tube, batch of 50
0.15 μL each $150 δ2H = +32.8 ‰
δ18O = +4.95 ‰
USGS50-0.25 μL Lake Kyoga Water in
silver tube, batch of 50
0.25 μL each $150 δ2H = +32.8 ‰ ​​​​​​
δ18O = +4.95 ‰
USGS53-0.15 μL Lake Shala Distilled Water
in silver tube, batch of 50
0.15 μL each $150 δ2H = +40.2 ‰
δ18O = +5.47 ‰
USGS53-0.25 μL Lake Shala Distilled Water
in silver tube, batch of 50
0.25 μL each $150 δ2H = +40.2 ‰
δ18O = +5.47 ‰
USGS82-0.15 μL Honey from tropical Vietnam
in silver tube, batch of 50
0.15 μL $270 δ2H = —43.1 ‰
δ18O = +19.44 ‰
δ13C = —24.31 ‰
USGS82-0.25 μL Honey from tropical Vietnam
in silver tube, batch of 50
0.25 μL $270 δ2H = —43.1 ‰
δ18O = +19.44 ‰
δ13C = —24.31 ‰
USGS83-0.15 μL Honey from prairie in Canada
in silver tube, batch of 50
0.15 μL $270 δ2H = —110.5 ‰
δ18O = +18.20 ‰
δ13C = —26.20 ‰
USGS83-0.25 μL Honey from prairie in Canada
in silver tube, batch of 50
0.25 μL $270 δ2H = —110.5 ‰
δ18O = +18.20 ‰
δ13C = —26.20 ‰
USGS84-0.15 μL Olive oil from Sicily, Italy
in silver tube, batch of 50
0.15 μL $240 δ2H = —140.4 ‰
δ18O = +26.36 ‰
δ13C = —28.80 ‰
USGS84-0.25 μL Olive oil from Sicily, Italy
in silver tube, batch of 50
0.25 μL $240 δ2H = —140.4 ‰
δ18O = +26.36 ‰
δ13C = —28.80 ‰
USGS85-0.15 μL Olive oil from coastal desert,
Peru in silver tube, batch of 50
0.15 μL $240 δ2H = —158.6 ‰
δ18O = +22.00 ‰
δ13C = —29.74 ‰
USGS85-0.25 μL Olive oil from coastal desert,
Peru in silver tube, batch of 50
0.25 μL $240 δ2H = —158.6 ‰
δ18O = +22.00 ‰
δ13C = —29.74 ‰
USGS86-0.15 μL Peanut oil from tropical Vietnam
in silver tube, batch of 50
0.15 μL $240 δ2H = —207.4 ‰
δ18O = +18.76 ‰
δ13C = —30.63 ‰
USGS86-0.25 μL Peanut oil from tropical Vietnam
in silver tube, batch of 50
0.25 μL $240 δ2H = —207.4 ‰
δ18O = +18.76 ‰
δ13C = —30.63 ‰
USGS87-0.15 μL Corn oil from USA in silver tube,
batch of 50
0.15 μL $240 δ2H = —168.1 ‰
δ18O = +20.11 ‰
δ13C = —15.51 ‰
USGS87-0.25 μL Corn oil from USA in silver tube,
batch of 50
0.25 μL $240 δ2H = —168.1 ‰
δ18O = +20.11 ‰
δ13C = —15.51 ‰
W-62001-0.15 μL RSIL DI water in silver tube,
batch of 50
0.15 μL each $150 δ2H = —41.1 ‰
δ18O = —6.25 ‰
W-62001-0.25 μL RSIL DI water in silver tube,
batch of 50
0.25 μL each $150 δ2H = —41.1 ‰ ​​​​​​
δ18O = —6.25 ‰
GFLES-1-0.15 μL Water enriched in 2H in silver tube,
batch of 50
0.15 μL each $150 δ2H = +80.1 ‰
δ18O = —6.25 ‰
δ17O = —3.32 ‰
GFLES-1-0.25 μL Water enriched in 2H in silver tube,
batch of 50
0.25 μL each $150 δ2H = +80.1 ‰
δ18O = —6.25 ‰
δ17O = —3.32 ‰
GFLES-2-0.15 μL Water enriched in 2H in silver tube,
batch of 50
0.15 μL each $150 δ2H = +159.9 ‰
δ18O = —6.21 ‰
δ17O = —3.3 ‰
GFLES-2-0.25 μL Water enriched in 2H in silver tube,
batch of 50
0.25 μL each $150 δ2H = +159.9 ‰
δ18O = —6.21 ‰
δ17O = —3.3 ‰
GFLES-3-0.15 μL Water enriched in 2H in silver tube,
batch of 50
0.15 μL each $150 δ2H = +280.2 ‰
δ18O = —6.14 ‰
δ17O = —3.28 ‰
GFLES-3-0.25 μL Water enriched in 2H in silver tube,
batch of 50
0.25 μL each $150 δ2H = +280.2 ‰
δ18O = —6.14 ‰
δ17O = —3.28 ‰
GFLES-4-0.15 μL Water enriched in 2H in silver tube,
batch of 50
0.15 μL each $150 δ2H = +399.8 ‰
δ18O = —6.08 ‰
δ17O = —3.25 ‰
GFLES-4-0.25 μL Water enriched in 2H in silver tube,
batch of 50
0.25 μL each $150 δ2H = +399.8 ‰
δ18O = —6.08 ‰
δ17O = —3.25 ‰
IAEA-604-0.15 μL Water enriched in 2H in silver tube,
batch of 50
0.15 μL each $150 δ2H = +799.9 ‰
δ18O = —5.86 ‰
δ17O = —3.2 ‰
IAEA-604-0.25 μL Water enriched in 2H in silver tube,
batch of 50
0.25 μL each $150 δ2H = +799.9 ‰
δ18O = —5.86 ‰
δ17O = —3.2 ‰
NBS 1 Glass ampoule of steam condensate
from Potomac River water
50 mL $130 δ2H = —47.1 ‰
δ18O = —7.91 ‰
NBS 1a Glass ampoule of snow meltwater
from Yellowstone, Wyoming
50 mL $130 δ2H = —183.2 ‰
δ18O = —24.36 ‰
W-64444-S Set of 8 ampoules having 7 mL
of water per ampoule
56 mL $118 δ2H = —399.1 ‰
δ18O = —51.14 ‰
W-67400-S Set of 8 ampoules having 7 mL
of water per ampoule
56 mL $118 δ2H = +1.2 ‰
δ18O = —1.97 ‰
W-43152 Water, 40 mL in glass ampoule 40 mL $66 δ2H = —110.4 ‰
δ18O = —14.11 ‰
W-43156 Water, 40 mL in glass ampoule 40 mL supply exhausted δ2H = —112.8 ‰
δ18O = —14.42 ‰
W-32626 Water, 40 mL in glass ampoule 40 mL $66; low stock δ2H = —62.5 ‰
δ18O = —9.55 ‰
W-32633 Water, 40 mL in glass ampoule 40 mL supply exhausted δ2H = —58 ‰
δ18O = —8.95 ‰
W-115135A Water, 40 mL in glass ampoule 40 mL $66 δ2H = —53.2 ‰
δ18O = —8.52 ‰
W-115143A Water, 40 mL in glass ampoule 40 mL $66 δ2H = —4.8 ‰
δ18O = —1.19 ‰
W-133887 Water, D2O with relatively low δ18O 10 mL $200 D2O = 99.8 %
δ18O = +62 ‰

 

Additional Services

Reference Number Description of Service Price
Cal-δ2H Calibration of user provided water for δ2H relative to VSMOW-SLAP $1,180
Cal-δ18O Calibration of user provided water for δ18O relative to VSMOW-SLAP $1,180
Cal-solid On request Contact RSIL
LIMS LIMS database modification requests $175 per hour
Other On request Contact RSIL