Colorado School of Mines Stable Isotope Laboratory CSM_Logo


drug interaction viagra and flomax The Colorado School of Mines Stable Isotope Laboratory was first established in 1991 with the acquisition of a VG 602E stable isotope ratio mass spectrometer.  The lab was later upgraded to a triple-collecting VG 903 instrument.  After many years of valiant service, these two instruments were retired.  A new era of stable isotope analysis and research began to take place around the installation and set-up surrounding a new nucleus of a GV Instruments IsoPrime gas-sourced isotope ratio mass spectrometer.

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see Fully on line by 2004, the lab possesses capabilities of measuring the stable isotope ratios of H, C, N, O, and S in an extremely wide array of sample matrices.  The IsoPrime is the keystone around which several on-line preparation devices deliver gases to the source. Traditional dual-inlet applications (carbonates, waters, off-line prepared gases) are routinely used for automated analysis.


mail order viagra Continuous-flow instrumentation, centered on two elemental analyzers and a cryo-focused trace-gas preconcentrator, also interface with the IsoPrime nucleus.  Common applications include phosphates, nitrates, sulfates, sulfides, waters, organics, soils, oil, methane, carbon dioxide, and nitrous oxide.

here CSM’s stable isotope lab website:

Front Range Isotope Group