Electron Probe Micro-Analysis

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MIT Electron Microprobe Facility

Department of Earth, Atmospheric & Planetary Sciencessmall logo
Building & Room: 54-1221; 54-1214
Cambridge, MA 02139
Phone: (617) 253-9678, or (617) 253-9677
Fax: (617) 253-7102
e-mail: e-probe-www@mit.edu

The MIT Electron Microprobe Facility in the Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences (EAPS) serves as the centerpiece of analytical instrumentation used in EAPS for research and teaching activities in geochemistry, petrology and mineral physics. The instruments in the facility form part of the Center for Geochemical Analysis (CGA), which comprises six instrument-oriented facilities. The microprobe facility serves a broad spectrum of research scientists at MIT (EAPS, Material Science and other engineering and science departments), Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), neighboring universities, academic institutions and the industry. Analytical services are available for the faculty and professionals. User training is also available. An hourly fee is charged.

 

INTRODUCTIONIntroduction and theory
Electron beam-induced X-ray emission spectrometry; imaging techniques
INSTRUMENTSInstruments
Descriptions of the instruments at the MIT Electron Microprobe Facility
COURSESCourses
A description of courses offered by the MIT Electron Microprobe Facility
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RESEARCHResearch
PERSONNELPersonnel
Faculty, research scientists, and graduate students

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