International  Center  for  Isotope  Effects  Research

Nanjing University

ABOUT US

  ICIER is a cross-college and cross-discipline research hub. It is currently based off and growing out of the College of Earth Sciences and Engineering at Nanjing University. All of our faculty members are affiliated with different colleges in Nanjing University, including but not limited to Earth Sciences, Planetary Sciences, Chemistry, Environmental Sciences, Geography and Oceanography, Atmospheric Sciences, Medical School, and Life Sciences. 

ICIER was involved in an effort led by Bin Li at GFZ to produce reference barite, anhydrite, and gypsum samples for in-situ δ18O and δ34S measurement using secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS). The repeatability is better than ±0.39‰ and ±0.37‰ (1σ) for δ18O and δ34S, respectively.

Ouyang, D., Bao, H., Byerly, G.R., Li, Q., 2024. Light oxygen isotopic composition in deep mantle reveals oceanic crust subduction before 3.3 billion years ago. Communications Earth & Environment 5, 34.
Wei, Y., Yan, H., Peng, Y., Han, S., and Bao, H., 2024. Thermal-gradient-induced isotope fractionation during CO2-O2 triple oxygen isotope exchange. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 370: 29–40
Hattori, S., Ishino, S., Suzuki, N., Nakazawa, F., Oyabu, I., Tsutaki, S., Hirabayashi, M., Noro, K., Takenaka, N., Kawamura, K., Yoshida, N., and Motoyama, H., 2024, Latitudinal difference in sulfate formation from methanesulfonate oxidation in Antarctic snow imprinted on 17O-excess signature: Appl...
Han, S., Xie, C., Hu, X., Yarkony, D., Guo, H., and Xie, D., Quantum Dynamics of Photodissociation: Recent Advances and Challenges in The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, v. 14, no. 47, p. 10517-10530,