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Arizona State University Stable Isotope Lab

300 E. University Dr., Suite 145 | P.O. Box 876505, Tempe, AZ 85287-6505Department: Earth and Space Exploration, School of College/Unit: COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Description: The Stable Isotope Lab was established in 1979 as a geochemistry research lab to investigate the stable isotopes of carbon, oxygen and hydrogen. Currently the lab consists of two dual inlet isotope ratio mass spectrometers and five specialized high vacuum extraction lines to prepare and measure the gases to be analyzed. The capabilities of the lab include: measurement of the stable isotopes of carbon, oxygen and hydrogen from rocks and waters.The vacuum extraction lines can prepare gases from carbonate and silicate rocks, or from waters by equilibration and reduction methods. The lab also has the ability to separate and manometrically measure hydrogen, water and carbon dioxide gases as a result of in lab procedures or as support to outside researchers.

Arizona State University Stable Isotope Lab

300 East University Drive Tempe, AZ, 85281 United StatesDepartment: Earth and Space Exploration, School of College/Unit: COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Description: The Stable Isotope Lab was established in 1979 as a geochemistry research lab to investigate the stable isotopes of carbon, oxygen and hydrogen. Currently the lab consists of two dual inlet isotope ratio mass spectrometers and five specialized high vacuum extraction lines to prepare and measure the gases to be analyzed. The capabilities of the lab include: measurement of the stable isotopes of carbon, oxygen and hydrogen from rocks and waters.The vacuum extraction lines can prepare gases from carbonate and silicate rocks, or from waters by equilibration and reduction methods. The lab also has the ability to separate and manometrically measure hydrogen, water and carbon dioxide gases as a result of in lab procedures or as support to outside researchers.