ICPMS Facility

University of Arkansas

Arkansas Center for Space and Planetary Sciences in partnership with the
Department of Geosciences

 

 

 

News and Information

 

 

 

ICPMS

Inductively-coupled plasma mass spectrometry is a state-of-the-art technique for the analysis of elements and isotopes in geological materials.

 

Announcements, press releases and newsletter

The monthly newsletter, press releases and announcements f of the Arkansas Center for Space and Planetary Science frequently contain items about our research.

 

 

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This facility is funded by NASA and the University of Arkansas

 

The Instrument

Click here for information on our Nu Instruments multicollector ICPMS.

 

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Public Lectures

Announcements of public lectures by researchers in the Arkansas Center for Space and Planetary Sciences.

The Laboratory

Click here for the floor plan of the laboratory

 

 

About us

A brief introduction to us and the facility

Location

Click here for details of the location of the laboratory.

Staff

Click here for details of staff responsible for the laboratory.

 

 

 

Oversight Board

The facility was designed and its operation managed by a team of faculty and support staff.

 

 

 

 

 

Arkansas Center for Space and Planetary Sciences,
202 Old Museum, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR 72701, USA. (479) 575-7625