CFC - NAA Data (NIST/SI) - Tabular Display

This page presents a database consisting of the data produced by a program of NAA conducted at the National Institute for Standards and Technology/Smithsonian Institution facility in 1990.

This initiative consisted of 200 analyses involving 84 of the 126 CFC clay specimens. Eighty-nine of the 200 analyses were of a raw clay specimen, 26 of a specimen fired to 750 C and 85 of a specimen fired to 900 C. In 76 instances the same clay specimen was analyzed in both the raw state and one or both of the two fired states. The analytical protocols employed for this work are described in CFC - Project Narrative, Section 3.1.

The default display for the database presents the data in tabular form. Also available is a record display that presents the data for an individual analysis.

In the tabular display each row corresponds to an analysis, Column 1 records the laboratory identification number, Column 2 the specimen's clay number, Column 3 the type of clay (i.e., its general geologic origin), Column 4 the state of the material analyzed (heated to 105 C [= raw]; fired to 750 C; fired to 900 C), and the remaining columns the values obtained for each of the 28 elements assayed. The data are presented in parts per million (PPM) form for all elements and have been rounded to three places. The order in which the elements are presented is that employed for the reporting of data by the NIST/SI facility at the time that the program of analysis was undertaken.

In the tabular display users can sort any of the columns in ascending or descending numerical or alphabetical order by clicking on the column header.

Users can go to the record display for an analysis by clicking on the cell in the Lab ID column for that analysis. They can return to the tabular display by clicking the Back arrow. In the record view the fields for the chemical data are presented in a collapsed view under the heading Chemical Composition. These fields can be expanded and collapsed by clicking on this heading.

Clicking on the content in the Clay Number field in either the tabular or the record display opens a display of the record for the clay specimen in question in CFC - Clay Database Record Display. Users can return from this display to CFC - NAA Data (NIST/SI) by clicking the Back arrow.

The CFC - Products - Data page presents a link to a downloadable spreadsheet that contains the data in this database.

Lab ID Clay Number Type of Clay State Na PPM K PPM Ca PPM Sc PPM Cr PPM Fe PPM Co PPM Zn PPM As PPM Br PPM Rb PPM Sr PPM Zr PPM Sb PPM Cs PPM Ba PPM La PPM Ce PPM Nd PPM Sm PPM Eu PPM Tb PPM Yb PPMsort descending Lu PPM Hf PPM Ta PPM Th PPM U PPM
CAL430 Clay 061 lacustrine 105 273 643 321000 0.78 9.5 1670 1.0 8.4 11.60 1.16 0.0 713 0.0 1.300 0.42 156 6.9 9.5 4.4 0.71 0.114 0.046 0.28 0.028 0.40 0.101 1.58 1.01
CAL422 Clay 053 marine 105 5250 17900 127000 12.20 176.0 33700 16.3 120.0 6.84 7.36 126.0 610 0.0 0.940 9.64 192 28.7 51.1 20.4 4.26 0.838 0.547 1.62 0.293 2.70 0.815 8.13 2.84
CAL290 Clay 027 marine 105 7140 13300 182000 7.91 74.3 22300 6.7 57.8 6.89 10.30 86.1 555 128.0 0.524 4.46 0 25.1 43.1 19.8 3.84 0.701 0.550 1.68 0.252 3.09 0.689 7.38 2.18
CAL426 Clay 057 marine 105 11600 16900 71400 10.70 112.0 30000 12.7 80.2 4.92 3.94 123.0 424 0.0 0.463 5.02 249 28.6 49.1 16.1 4.28 0.847 0.611 1.71 0.296 4.15 0.929 8.34 3.21
CAL289 Clay 026 marine 105 7180 13800 185000 8.00 73.8 22800 6.8 60.7 7.41 10.10 88.9 574 162.0 0.458 4.48 0 23.1 40.4 18.3 3.58 0.675 0.548 1.75 0.245 3.08 0.661 6.87 2.17
CAL297 Clay 034 marine 105 5550 15600 172000 10.10 95.3 26500 9.1 76.9 6.40 11.30 113.0 569 94.4 0.570 6.21 173 27.3 46.6 21.4 4.14 0.800 0.558 1.75 0.243 2.59 0.752 7.80 2.28
CAL291 Clay 028 marine 105 6400 15400 162000 9.42 86.5 24500 8.7 73.5 7.69 9.27 106.0 470 83.8 0.511 5.36 186 26.6 45.8 20.5 4.05 0.778 0.520 1.82 0.301 2.75 0.731 7.75 2.34
ETP144 Clay 081 fluvial 105 3410 16300 171000 10.90 103.0 27400 14.0 83.4 7.18 6.32 102.0 796 0.0 0.721 6.90 260 29.2 49.0 22.1 4.27 0.810 0.571 1.86 0.267 2.33 0.730 7.90 2.25
CAL394 Clay 027 mariner 750 8730 16300 175000 9.75 91.2 27700 8.1 54.6 8.30 8.93 107.0 760 0.0 0.460 5.45 0 28.4 50.8 25.1 4.27 0.891 0.802 1.87 0.284 3.88 0.838 8.32 3.61
ETP147 Clay 083 fluvial 105 3880 15500 162000 10.50 100.0 30200 14.0 76.2 10.10 4.75 104.0 656 93.0 0.586 6.95 290 28.3 47.9 25.1 4.18 0.810 0.611 1.92 0.262 2.36 0.700 7.60 2.34
CAL296 Clay 033 marine 105 5520 16200 178000 10.20 95.1 29800 8.9 79.1 7.30 10.10 114.0 597 137.0 0.605 6.34 224 27.6 47.1 22.9 4.18 0.805 0.600 1.93 0.260 2.52 0.748 7.82 2.09
CAL408 Clay 046 levigated fine fraction marine 105 3900 19400 0 8.83 79.6 55200 14.2 98.6 37.00 4.73 182.0 968 385.0 2.970 23.30 1660 108.0 177.0 77.6 11.50 2.030 1.000 1.94 0.163 9.10 2.140 104.00 8.17
CAL353 Clay 026 marine 750 8830 16300 233000 9.82 92.5 28800 8.4 67.3 9.14 9.35 105.0 689 124.0 0.601 5.75 267 29.2 50.8 22.7 4.54 0.859 0.705 1.95 0.294 3.94 0.873 8.49 1.86
CAL417 Clay 046 levigated fine fraction marine 900 4480 21300 0 9.57 86.3 59000 15.2 107.0 37.60 0.00 200.0 1010 292.0 3.250 25.50 1870 114.0 188.0 80.0 12.10 2.120 1.060 1.95 0.187 9.75 2.280 109.00 8.09
ETP150 Clay 085 fluvial 105 4010 16900 142000 11.30 109.0 32300 12.1 86.9 7.98 2.90 121.0 511 129.0 0.897 7.57 366 29.7 50.5 19.3 4.29 0.840 0.541 1.95 0.267 2.54 0.790 8.40 2.30
CAL443 Clay 074 marine 105 5660 18800 74700 12.20 140.0 33700 14.5 93.3 8.97 2.88 128.0 490 0.0 0.706 6.30 224 27.7 49.3 18.7 4.54 0.885 0.665 1.97 0.259 3.16 0.873 9.14 1.19
CAL445 Clay 076 marine 105 5010 20300 97100 13.40 117.0 43800 10.2 98.4 4.52 0.50 137.0 48 0.0 0.465 6.62 225 34.5 59.4 19.0 5.07 0.984 0.665 1.97 0.352 3.49 0.993 9.66 3.11
CAL371 Clay 026 marine 900 8710 15900 198000 9.93 96.2 28800 8.5 73.8 8.75 0.00 112.0 710 115.0 0.468 5.01 294 28.8 51.4 26.0 4.51 0.859 0.470 1.97 0.222 3.85 0.832 8.83 1.36
CAL436 Clay 067 marine 105 6970 18000 88300 10.90 96.2 32100 11.8 85.5 11.50 1.93 119.0 560 112.0 0.597 5.53 308 29.7 51.9 22.2 4.75 0.891 0.746 1.97 0.335 3.40 0.929 8.71 0.91

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