The Facility for Integrated Microanalysis now consists of four different types of analytical instrument, linked by a single sample positioning and referencing system to combine spot analysis with images of spatial variations in composition (“micro-GIS”).
GLITTER is a data reduction software for the laser ablation microprobe, developed by the ARC National Key Centre for Geochemical Evolution and Metallogeny of Continents (GEMOC) and CSIRO Exploration and Mining, to provide simpler, more consistent and faster analysis of LAM-ICPMS (laser ablation microprobe - inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry) data.
GLITTER provides the first real-time interactive data reduction for LAM-ICPMS analysis; it allows inspection and evaluation of each result before the next analysis spot is chosen.
Electron Microprobe: for imaging and point analysis of major and minor elements
Micro-GIS system: A key aspect of the Facility is the co-registration of images and point analyses collected on all instruments. All data for a sample, from any of the instruments or from a bench microscope, are in the same coordinate system and can be overlaid in the computer to enhance interpretation.
Laser-ablation ICPMS Microprobes: for point analysis of a wide range of trace elements at low ppb levels
Multi-collector Sector ICPMS with laser microprobe: for high-precision in situ analysis of isotopic ratios
Scanning Nuclear Microprobe: for imaging and point analysis of trace elements at ppm levels
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