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Laser-Ablation Quadrupole Inductively Coupled-Mass Spectrometry

Laser-Ablation Quadrupole ICP-Mass Spectrometry offers low detection limits, highly sensitive and rapid multi-element determinations at ultra-trace level, and has been widely applied on earth materials in geological studies. The Melbourne Thermochronology LA-ICP-MS laboratory is equiped with a New Wave UP213 Laser Ablation System and an Agilent 7700x ICP Mass Spectrometer, delivering high precision trace element analysis.




New Wave UP213 Laser Ablation System

Agilent 7700x ICP Mass Spectrometer


University of Melbourne
School of Earth Sciences
Victoria 3010

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