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Our ground-breaking thermal ionization mass spectrometers (TIMS) trace their heritage back to 1973
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Noble gas isotope ratios measured with high precision and accuracy using our NGX multi-collector noble gas MS
The Phoenix TIMS combines our proven source design and optics with newly developed detector technologies to produce the highest precision data. The Phoenix is completely customisable to suit the needs of your lab now and future-proofing your lab for new applications.
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Should I consider leaving academia for the commercial world?
Many of our customers, past, present and future, are highly successful academics. Therefore, the question about consideration of a career in the commercial world is a contentious one at best. I’m guessing that the majority of people in our sphere that see the abovementioned question will have a pretty clear answer in mind. But there…
Why should I use a degasser with my TIMS?
Much of my mass spectrometry experience has been associated with ICP-MS so I’m far from an expert in thermal ionization mass spectrometry (TIMS), meaning every day can be a school day at Isotopx. Today I was wondering about filament preparation techniques such as carburization to increase efficiency of small samples. However, I thought I’d first…
The return of in-person conferences?
At the end of last year, I attended the AGU (American Geophysical Union) Fall Meeting in Chicago. The attendance was pretty good, almost what it used to be pre-Covid, and interaction between visitors and the exhibitors was good. That’s particularly important to organizations like Isotopx that serve a very niche community with few opportunities to…
Environmental Geochemistry: Secrets Frozen in Time
Environmental Geochemistry helps us to understand what Earth was like and how it has changed throughout time. In this short blog, discover how IRMS analysis with Isotopx can help reveal these secrets and improve our understanding of our planet
Collision cells are back in fashion!
After a period of time working away from inorganic isotope ratio MS, I returned to the community to see that there has been an interesting resurgence in the application of collision cell technologies. This blog won’t look at the new solutions, but I thought it worth taking some time to look at where it all…
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Have you considered sales?
Are you an Earth scientist with a passion for technology? Have you considered broadening your knowledge and experience by stepping outside of academia? Are you motivated to help enable the key Earth science labs in North America achieve their analytical goals? If so, then talk to us! Here at Isotopx we’re looking to recruit a…
The Geological Society of America – Connects 2023, Pittsburgh
The Geological Society of America (GSA) is a global professional society with more than 19,000 individual memberships in more than 100 countries. Their vision is to be the premier geological society supporting scientific discovery in the global community. The GSA aims to advance geoscience research and discovery and support the geoscience profession. The 2023 meeting…
Goldschmidt conference 2023 – Isotopx to attend in Lyon
We are pleased to announce that Isotopx will be exhibiting at Goldschmidt 2023 in the vibrant and cosmopolitan city of Lyon, France. Goldschmidt has been one of our key meetings since Isotopx was formed and we’re really pleased to see it being held in France. Come and see us at booth 25. If you’re attending…