IMS 1300-HR³

Microsonda de iones de gran geometría para Geociencias
El IMS 1300-HR³ es una microsonda de iones de gran geometría que ofrece un rendimiento analítico inigualable para una amplia gama de aplicaciones geocientíficas: seguimiento de procesos geológicos utilizando isótopos estables, minerales de datación, determinación de la presencia y distribución de elementos traza. Su alta sensibilidad y alta resolución lateral también la convierten en la herramienta de elección para buscar y medir partículas de uranio con fines de protección nuclear.
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    Una combinación única de alta reproducibilidad a alta resolución espacial y alta resolución de masa
    Con el nuevo IMS 1300-HR³, CAMECA mejora enormemente el rendimiento de su SIMS de gran geometría, que ya es líder del mercado y ahora ofrece a la comunidad geocientífica una combinación única de Alta Reproducibilidad a Alta Resolución espacial y Alta Resolución de masa. La herramienta aborda la creciente demanda de mediciones isotópicas in situ a pequeña escala con alta precisión y productividad, abriendo una amplia gama de direcciones de investigación, desde isótopos estables, geocronología y elementos traza hasta partículas pequeñas y superiores.

    Características principales heredadas del IMS 1280-HR y modelo anterior:

    • Diseño de gran geometría para proporcionar una sensibilidad óptima a una alta resolución de masa
    • Versátil sistema de colector múltiple para mediciones de isótopos de alta precisión
    • Fuentes de iones primarios duales para el análisis de iones secundarios positivos y negativos
    • Capacidades superiores de imagen de iones (modos de microsonda y microscopio)
    • Sistema de control de imán mejorado para una alta reproducibilidad a alta resolución de masa
    • Operación remota, automatización completa, potente software dedicado a la aplicación

    Avances y beneficios del IMS 1300-HR³:
    • Nueva fuente de oxígeno de plasma de RF con una densidad de haz y una estabilidad de corriente mejoradas en gran medida, que aumenta drásticamente la resolución espacial, la reproducibilidad de los datos y el rendimiento
    • Nueva cámara de almacenamiento motorizada con ajuste automático de la altura de la muestra (Z) que aumenta significativamente la precisión del análisis, la facilidad de uso y la productividad
    • Microscopio de luz ultravioleta para una resolución de imagen óptica mejorada, junto con un software dedicado para una fácil navegación de muestras
    • Tableros de copa Faraday con resistencia de 1012 ?: sistema de electrometría de bajo ruido para medir bajas tasas de conteo

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  • Publicaciones científicas +


    Una hoja de cálculo de Excel que recopila artículos de investigación científicos utilizando el IMS xf (IMS 3f, 4f, 5f, 6f, 7f, IMS 7f-Auto, IMS 7f-GEO). Los artículos están ordenados por las principales aplicaciones de la siguiente manera y se pueden buscar fácilmente con las funciones de búsqueda de palabras de Excel:
    • Stable isotopes
    • Geochronology
    • Trace elements
    • Nuclear forensics
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  • Large Geometry SIMS users around the world +

    Some of our IMS 1270, IMS 1280 & 1280-HR Users

    IGGCAS - Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China
    IGGCAS has been one of the most important and well known geosciences research institutions in China. the Institutes's strategic perspective is focused on building an international research center, equipped with a strong basic research capacity and sustainable development for technological innovation on the frontiers of solid Earth and Space Sciences

    GIGCAS - Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
    The IMS 1280-HR ultra-high resolution SIMS microprobe is installed in the Key Laboratory of Isotope Geochemistry (SKLOG) since 2012. SKLOG is a leading entity in the fields of environmental and biological geochemistry with a number of high-level research achievements. The IMS 1280-HR at SKLOG supports multiple research projects in continental dynamics and lithospheric evolution, marine geology, environmental pollution and sustainable development.

    JAMSTEC, Japan
    The Kochi Institute for Core Sample Research of JAMSTEC, Kochi (Japan) has acquired three CAMECA ion microprobes: a NanoSIMS 50L, an IMS 6f, and the ultra-high resolution IMS 1280-HR model for multidisciplinary researches including cosmochemistry, the study of earthquake mechanisms, the evolution of continents and oceans, as well submarine biological resource studies based on the systematic interpretation of drilling core sediments obtained by the D/V Chikyu vessel.

    GFZ Potsdam - German Research Center for Geosciences, Germany
    Embedded into the wider structure of the Helmholtz Association of National Research Centres, GFZ is Germany's leading national research centre for Earth Sciences, with research projects ranging from geodesy to geoengineerings. Equipped with an IMS 1280-HR, the Helmholtz Zentrum Potsdam's SIMS laboratory operates as an open user facility supporting the needs of the global geochemical community, it has ongoing collaborations with scientists from Europe and beyond.

    HIP - Heidelberg Ion Probe, University of Heidelberg, Germany
    The Heidelberg Ion Probe (HIP) laboratory is dedicated to providing isotopic analysis of geochemically and cosmochemically important solids at high spatial resolution and sensitivity. The HIP laboratory features a CAMECA IMS 1280-HR ion microprobe and peripheral instrumentation for pre- and post-analysis investigation of samples. The lab is hosted in the Institute of Earth Sciences of the Heidelberg University. Instrument acquisition was funded through DFG which also oversees its operation.

    University of Alberta, Canada
    Established in 2009, the Canadian Centre for Isotopic Microanalysis (CCIM) provides Canadian and international researchers in academia, government, and industry with access to one of the most advanced isotopic microbeam technologies in the geosciences. The IMS 1280 is the centre piece at CCIM whose teams focus on natural resource research, investigating methods of mining and extracting hydrocarbons or other mineral deposits such as diamonds with a view to reducing environmental impacts.

    UCLA Ion Microprobe Group, USA
    Partnered with the National Science Foundation, UCLA Ion Microprobe Group is home to the first high sensitivity, high resolution IMS 1270. An IMS 1280-HR has also been installed recently in the lab. It is a world-class facility for in situ microscale isotopic analyses of geologic materials, engaged in world-leading investigations in the earth and planetary sciences.

    NORDSIM
    The Nordsim-laboratory is located in the Laboratory for Isotope Geology at the Swedish Museum of Natural History in Stockholm. Nordsim is a Nordic facility, funded jointly by Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark. The IMS 1280 instrument has applications to a wide range of geological problems, from U-pb and O isotopes in zircons to light stable isotope analysis of lunar and meteoritic samples.

    SwissSIMS / University of Lausanne, Switzerland
    The University of Lausanne's IMS 1280-HR is installed at the Institute of Mineralogy and Geochemistry, in the new SwissSIMS lab, a national facility co-financed by the Swiss National Science Foundation for Research (SNF), and a consortium of scientists from the universities of Lausanne, Geneva, Bern, and the ETH of Zurich. Teams work on numerous geoscience research projects that include interpreting ages in metamorphic rocks, fluid-rock interactions and mineral growth in contact aureoles, partial melting, etc.

    Micro-scale Isotope Geochemistry Group, Geological Survey of Japan
    The GSJ SIMS Lab at AIST (National Institute of Advanced Science and Technology) was equipped with an IMS 1270 in March 1995, it was the third IMS 1270 in the world and the first large geological SIMS in Japan.

    Woods Hole, Oceanographic Institute, USA
    Located within Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), the NENIMF is a regional, multi-user Ion Microprobe Facility supported among others through National Science Foundation (NSF) and providing service, scientific expertise and educational outreach activities to the research community in the U.S. and beyond.

    CRPG - Centre de Recherches Pétrographiques et Géochimiques, Nancy, France

    The CRPG is a research laboratory for Earth and Planetary Sciences. The ion probe group at CRPG is equipped with an upgraded IMS 1270 as well as with an IMS 1280-HR.

    Hokkaido University, Japan
    The Cosmochemical Laboratory of K. Yurimoto is equipped with an IMS 1280-HR, an upgraded IMS 1270, as well as an IMS 6f and an IMS 3f.

    The Phaesant Memorial Laboratory, Okayama, University, Japan
    Founded in 1992 by E. Nakamura and A. Makishima PML is equipped with IMS 1270 & IMS 5f. Our purpose is to apply new and existing geochemical tracers in studies of the terrestrial and extraterrestrial materials aimed of understanding the origin, evolution and dynamics of the Earth and the solar system

    NIST, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA
    Chemical Science and Technology Laboratory within the Surface and Microanalysis division is equiped with and IMS 4f and IMS 1270.

    Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Edinburgh, UK
    The Ion Microprobe Facility (IMS 4f, IMS 1270) is located in the School of Geosciences, Grant Institute at the University of Edinburgh, U.K. The Facility carries out in-house research and provides a service to the earth and environmental science community.

    WiscSIMS, University of Wisconsin, USA
    The Wisconsin Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometer Laboratory (WiscSIMS) explores new applications of stable isotope chemistry to Earth Sciences (Geochemistry, Cosmochemistry) as well as Biological Sciences and Engineering.

    University of Hawai'i, USA
    The W. M Keck Cosmochemistry Laboratory of the University of Hawai'i at Manoa supports interdisciplinary research into the origin of the solar system through detailed studies of a variety of materials including meteorites, interplanetary dust particles (IDPs), and samples returned by NASA missions (Apollo Moon missions, Stardust mission to comet Wild 2, and Genesis Mission to capture solar wind).

    CMCA, University of Western Australia, Australia
    Established in 1970, the CMCA provides essential research infrastructure in ion, electron, laser and light microscopy and microanalysis to universities, government of Western Australia and local industry. It is now home to two CAMECA ion microprobes, the NanoSIMS 50 and the IMS 1280.

  • Software +

    • WinCurve dataprocessing sofware
      WinCurve

      Desarrollado específicamente para instrumentos SIMS de CAMECA, WinCurve ofrece potentes capacidades de procesamiento y visualización de datos en un entorno fácil de usar.

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    • WinImage Software
      WinImage II

      Desarrollado específicamente para los instrumentos SIMS de CAMECA, WinImage II ofrece potentes capacidades de visualización, procesamiento e impresión de imágenes en un entorno de Windows? para PC Entorno.

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    • APM Software
      APM

      La medición automática de partículas (APM) es una herramienta de software de CAMECA que permite el filtrado rápido de millones de partículas, la detección de partículas y la caracterización isotópica.

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