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  • Stanford ICP-MS/TIMS Facility | Stanford University
    high precision isotope ratio measurements Picotrace metal free clean laboratory for sample preparation and purification The metal free Picotrace laboratory was developed to provide optimal conditions for the separation and purification of isotopes in light of recent advances in both the sensitivity and analytical precision of mass spectrometers and the development of new isotope systems that require special conditions Nu Plasma HR Multi collector ICP MS The Nu Plasma HR is used for high precision isotope ratio measurements across broad regions of the periodic table Nu AttoM High resolution ICP MS Finnigan MAT 262 TIMS Picotrace metal free clean laboratory for sample preparation and purification Nu Plasma HR Multi collector ICP MS Lab Safety Training March 10 Learn More The ICPMS TIMS Facility within Stanford University s School of Earth Sciences is a state of the art facility for the analysis of isotopes and trace elements using mass spectrometry The array of equipment in the laboratory includes a Nu AttoM high resolution inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometer ICP MS a Nu Plasma HR multi collector ICP MS a Thermal Ionization Mass Spectrometer TIMS and a specially designed Picotrace metal free low particulate clean laboratory The Facility is open to collaboration with members of the Stanford Community To learn about procedures for conducting research in the laboratory please see User Information News Stanford scientists solve mystery of ancient American lakes Reduced evaporation played a role in allowing the Pleistocene lakes of the Western United States grow large Results of uranium and thorium isotopic analyses by graduate student Daniel Ibarra from the Stanford ICP MS TIMS facility are published in the Geological Society of America Bulletin Read more in the Stanford Report Stanford scientists probe abandoned mine for clues about permanent CO2 sequestration Stanford scientists are studying a nearby abandoned mine for

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  • About | Stanford ICP-MS/TIMS Facility | Stanford University
    facilities Env Measurements EM 1 SUMAC USGS Stanford SHRIMP Lab Stable Isotope Biogeochemistry Laboratory Thermochronology Lab Stanford Nanocharacterization Laboratory The Plasma Lab is a shared analytical facility in the School of Earth Energy Environmental Sciences that includes key capabilities in the areas of radiogenic isotope geochemistry non traditional stable isotope geochemistry and high sensitivity geochemical analyses Planning for the laboratory began in 2007 and the first instrument arrived in Fall

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  • People | Stanford ICP-MS/TIMS Facility | Stanford University
    in Environment Resources More Research Groups Shared Analytical Facilities Industrial Affiliate Programs Field Programs Outreach Programs Stanford ICP MS TIMS Facility Home About People Equipment Research News Resources Home People Faculty Students Researchers Post Docs People Submit proposal to use lab facility Other shared analytical facilities Env Measurements EM 1 SUMAC USGS Stanford SHRIMP Lab Stable Isotope Biogeochemistry Laboratory Thermochronology Lab Stanford Nanocharacterization Laboratory ICPMS TIMS Facility Green Earth Science

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  • Equipment | Stanford ICP-MS/TIMS Facility | Stanford University
    TIMS Nu AttoM High resolution ICP MS Nu Plasma HR Multi collector ICP MS Picotrace metal free clean laboratory for sample preparation and purification Information for Equipment Users Reservations and Calendar Equipment Submit proposal to use lab facility Other shared analytical facilities Env Measurements EM 1 SUMAC USGS Stanford SHRIMP Lab Stable Isotope Biogeochemistry Laboratory Thermochronology Lab Stanford Nanocharacterization Laboratory The array of next generation equipment in the ICP MS laboratory includes a high resolution magnetic sector ICP MS Attom a multi collector ICP MS Nu Plasma HR and a specially designed Picotrace metal free low particulate ultra clean laboratory Nu Plasma HR Multi collector ICP MS The Nu Plasma HR is used for high precision isotope ratio measurements across broad regions of the periodic table Finnigan MAT 262 TIMS The Thermal Ionization Mass Spectrometer is used for high precision isotope ratio measurements Nu AttoM High resolution ICP MS The Nu AttoM is capable of fast high precision concentration measurements over a large range of concentrations Picotrace metal free clean laboratory for sample preparation and purification The metal free Picotrace laboratory was developed to provide optimal conditions for the separation and purification of isotopes in light of recent advances in

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  • Research | Stanford ICP-MS/TIMS Facility | Stanford University
    MS and the SHRIMP RG with the development and refinement of new paleoclimate proxies such as U isotopes that are sensitive to past moisture levels Maher Geologic Carbon Storage GCS This project seeks to use isotopic tracers to understand the reactivity and fate of CO 2 in the subsurface Research includes the investigation of natural analogues for CO 2 sequestration including the Red Mountain Mining District Livermore CA and saline aquifers throughout the U S that have been naturally or intensionally exposed to elevated levels of CO 2 Laboratory investigations will explore how the kinetics of isotope exchange reactions can be used to better understand reaction rates Maher Bird Brown Environmental Chemistry General areas of interest include the mobility of metals in the environment and the consequences of metal speciation on isotope fractionation Maher Global Biogeochemical Cycles Graduate student Kim Lau is using variations in uranium isotopes to reconstruct past seawater conditions Sulfide Chemical and Isotopic Composition Sulfides are a trace phase in the mantle that are host to most of the mantle s osmium budget Osmium is the only compatible long lived radiogenic isotope in the mantle and is therefore a key tool for exploring geochemical evolution of the

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  • News | Stanford ICP-MS/TIMS Facility | Stanford University
    Programs Outreach Programs Stanford ICP MS TIMS Facility Home About People Equipment Research News Resources Home News News Submit proposal to use lab facility Other shared analytical facilities Env Measurements EM 1 SUMAC USGS Stanford SHRIMP Lab Stable Isotope Biogeochemistry Laboratory Thermochronology Lab Stanford Nanocharacterization Laboratory These stories offer a glimpse of the many ways in which faculty and students are addressing some of today s greatest challenges in the Earth and environmental sciences Stanford scientists solve mystery of ancient American lakes Reduced evaporation played a role in allowing the Pleistocene lakes of the Western United States grow large Results of uranium and thorium isotopic analyses by graduate student Daniel Ibarra from the Stanford ICP MS TIMS facility are published in the Geological Society of America Bulletin Read more in the Stanford Report Stanford scientists probe abandoned mine for clues about permanent CO2 sequestration Stanford scientists are studying a nearby abandoned mine for insights on transforming carbon dioxide gas into a solid mineral that can be permanently stored underground Opal as a uranium mediation tool High concentrations of uranium in naturally occurring silica minerals provide evidence that hydrous silica minerals may be a useful tool for remediation of uranium contamination

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  • Resources | Stanford ICP-MS/TIMS Facility | Stanford University
    Environment Resources More Research Groups Shared Analytical Facilities Industrial Affiliate Programs Field Programs Outreach Programs Stanford ICP MS TIMS Facility Home About People Equipment Research News Resources Home Resources Links Facility Capabilities Lab Safety Training Internal links Resources Submit proposal to use lab facility Other shared analytical facilities Env Measurements EM 1 SUMAC USGS Stanford SHRIMP Lab Stable Isotope Biogeochemistry Laboratory Thermochronology Lab Stanford Nanocharacterization Laboratory ICPMS TIMS Facility Green

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  • Nu AttoM High-resolution ICP-MS | Stanford ICP-MS/TIMS Facility | Stanford University
    Calendar Nu AttoM High resolution ICP MS Submit proposal to use lab facility Other shared analytical facilities Env Measurements EM 1 SUMAC USGS Stanford SHRIMP Lab Stable Isotope Biogeochemistry Laboratory Thermochronology Lab Stanford Nanocharacterization Laboratory The Nu AttoM is capable of fast high precision concentration measurements over a large range of concentrations The Attom is a double focusing single collector high resolution ICP MS designed for high precision and accurate

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