The W. M. Keck Collaboratory for Plasma Spectrometry, founded in 1992, operates four types of plasma spectrometers: quadrupole ICP-MS, high-resolution ICP-MS, multi-collector ICP-MS, and optical emission ICP. These state of the art instruments accommodate a wide range of elemental characterization, including isotopic analysis. Equipment at the Collaboratory is available to outside users.
Helping investigators get the most from their samples:
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The second-generation flow-through phase-separation device, developed by OSU and ESI (Elemental Scientific Inc.) is now on-line!