Check out EMSL’s newest instruments
EMSL expands its capabilities
EMSL’s growing list of capabilities includes six new instruments, some only available at EMSL. They are:
The high spatial resolution secondary ion mass spectrometer, or NanoSIMS – a new generation ion microprobe that extends secondary ion mass spectrometry, or SIMS, analysis to extremely small areas or volumes while maintaining extremely high sensitivity at high mass resolution. EMSL was the first user facility to offer this capability.
The Titan environmental transmission electron microscop, or ETEM – the ETEM allows microscopic and spectroscopic in situ measurements for catalytic and geochemical studies in energy and environmental applications, and it will be available this month.
The EPR spectrometer/high field (W-band, 95 GHz) – a Quasi-optical bridge and an induction-mode probe that offers the highest possible pulsed performance. EMSL’s W-band pulsed EPR spectrometer is one of only two of its design in the world.
The sum frequency/second harmonic generation, femto-picosecond, high resolution, ultrafast dynamics, or HR-BB-SFG-VS, spectrometer – a spectrometer that uses the synchronization of a 100-picosecond amplifier laser, which provides unprecedented spectral resolution, and is only available at EMSL.
The sum frequency/second harmonic generation, picosecond, surface spectroscopy, or Pico-scan, or SFG-VS, spectrometer – a spectrometer that incorporates unique polarization and incident angle control to enable versatile measurement of the surface vibrational spectroscopy of various molecular interfaces with submonolayer sensitivity.
Pore-scale micromodels – EMSL’s Subsurface Flow and Transport laboratory offers custom-designed pore-scale micromodels for the study of contaminants in the subsurface and geological sequestration of carbon dioxide.
Learn more about EMSL’s current capabilities, including a full instrument list, or download our “State-of-the-Art Capabilities” brochure. Discover how you can become a user and what EMSL can do for you.
Released: June 19, 2012