The Museum's analysis centre offers 5 instruments with micro-analysis capabilities. Follow the links below to discover key features and technical details, see examples and find out which would be most suitable for your applications.
The Cameca SX100 is a dedicated wavelength dispersive X-ray electron microprobe that can perform quantitative elemental analysis of samples while left unattended overnight. Get technical information and discover how it works.
The (ESI) New Wave UP193FX laser ablation system and Agilent 7500cs ICP-MS are coupled together to provide a dedicated LA-ICP-MS system that can perform quantitative trace element analysis of solid materials and U-Pb age determinations in accessory mineral phases. Find out more.
The LEO 1455 VP, Zeiss EVO 15LS and Carl Zeiss Ultra Plus Field Emission SEMs are all capable of X-ray analysis. Find out more.