The Arizona Laser Chron Center is an NSF multi-user facility that is designed to address problems in Earth Science through the generation of U-Th-Pb geochronologic data and complementary geochemical information by Laser Ablation ICP Mass Spectrometry.
Our primary goals are as follows: The main instruments utilized at the Arizona Laser Chron Center include a Nu Plasma multicollector ICPMS, a Thermo Element2 single-collector ICPMS, two Photon Machines Analyte G2 excimer lasers, and a Hitachi 3400N SEM, all of which are dedicated to ALC research.
These instruments were acquired with support from the University of Arizona, the National Science Foundation, and Exxon Mobil Upstream Research.
Support for the Arizona Laser Chron Center is provided by the NSF Instrumentation and Facilities Program.
The center is a multi-user facility, available to all NSF-supported researchers and students as well as researchers from around the world.
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