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Title: Stanford ICP-MS/TIMS Facility | Stanford University

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Keywords:Stanford University, Earth Sciecnes, land use, geoscience, carbon sequestration, climate change, subsurface flow processes, earthquake, sustainability, nutrient cycles

Description:Stanford Earth scientists work to gain a better understanding of our planet's history and future, energy and resources, geologic hazards, and changing climate.
... 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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Country: United States
Region: California
City: Stanford
ZIP: 94305
Time Zone: -07:00
Latitude: 37.4213 Longitude: -122.164