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Light Stable Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry

The stable isotope lab has been established through collaboration of faculty from the departments of Chemistry, Geological Sciences and the School of Life Sciences (SoLS) at ASU. Construction of the lab officially ended on November 30, 2004 and the first instrument installation started the very next day. From December 2004 to mid March 2005 a Neptune multicollector ICP-MS, X-series ICP-MS, Thermo MAT 253, and Thermo Deltaplus Advantage mass spectrometers were installed here. A wide variety of peripheral devices were installed to support the gasIRMS instruments.

Choose from one of the following options for more details about light stable isotope analysis in the lab:

General Information  Instruments available, Types of analyses, etc.

Analytical Details  Methods, Working standards, QA/QC, etc.

Instrument Scheduling  Contact Anthony to schedule time on an instrument

 

Page last updated: April 16, 2007

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