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Aug 18, 2019 - Aug 23, 2019
CCIB Conference Center, Plaça de Willy Brandt 11-14, Barcelona, Spain
The joy of discovery. Join us at Goldschmidt 2019

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Latest updates to TIMS and MC-ICP-MS

Tuesday, 20 August | 13:00-14:00

Join us for our traditional multicollector session and learn about the latest application developments in thermal ionization and multicollector ICP mass spectrometry. Started back in 2014, this seminar is now celebrating its 6th year anniversary. Don’t miss it!

Volcano monitoring

Wednesday, 21 August | 13:00-14:00

Hear about lab instruments for high resolution helium analysis and mobile instruments for CO2 isotope analysis. Listen to early career volcanologists conducting expeditions to the South American Andes.

Your curiosity, our geosciences portfolio

Thursday, 22 August | 13:00-14:00

Whether your research takes you deeper into the earth, the fossils, the sea or the sky, our comprehensive portfolio of geoscience solutions can power your next breakthrough. Our experts will introduce IRMS, XRF, GC, GC-MS, ICP-MS and ICP-OES.


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New technology at our booth

Unstoppable analysis with TSQ 9000 Triple Quadrupole GC-MS/MS System

Unstoppable analysis with TSQ 9000 Triple Quadrupole GC-MS/MS System

Satisfy your laboratory's current and future analytical needs for truly unstoppable performance. Deliver high sensitivity, minimize maintenance with routine-grade robustness, operate with flexible method development and powerful reporting tools designed for optimal productivity.

Extract high-precision isotope ratio information from your samples with the Triton Series TIMS

Extract high-precision isotope ratio information from your samples with the Triton Series TIMS

The Triton XT TIMS integrates the established field-proven technologies from the Triton Series instruments with the latest developments in technology for isotope ratio analysis from Thermo Fisher Scientific.

Neptune Series high resolution multicollector ICP-MS

Neptune Series high resolution multicollector ICP-MS

Meet the ever expanding application demands of geosciences and other disciplines that require high-precision isotope ratio measurements with Neptune Series high resolution multicollector ICP-MS.

The Neptune XT MC-ICP-MS integrates established field-proven technologies of the Neptune Series instruments with the latest developments in technology for isotope ratio analysis from Thermo Fisher Scientific. These developments include 1013 Ω Amplifier Technology with gain calibration and Tau correction, a Jet Interface for highest sensitivity, and a central dual-channel detector (SEM/Faraday cup).

Isotope Ratio Infrared Spectrometer

Isotope Ratio Infrared Spectrometer

Utilize state-of-the-art mid-infrared spectroscopy with the Thermo Scientific Delta Ray Isotope Ratio Infrared Spectrometer (IRIS), which enables the simultaneous determination of δ13C and δ18O of CO2 at ambient concentrations with a precision better than 0.05 ‰. This CO2 isotope ratio analyzer empowers you to make profound scientific discoveries in a wide variety of research fields like greenhouse gas monitoring, ecology and plant science, volcano monitoring, carbon storage and sequestration.

Scientific contribution

10:20 Flash Talk presentation

  • Carbonate chemistry evolution in the Deep South Pacific and the deglacial release of CO2
    J. Roberts, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Germany; S. Misra, Indian Institute of Science, India; J. Rae, University of St Andrews, UK; L. Skinner, University of Cambridge, UK; M. Butzin, H. Grotheer, G. Mollenhauer, J. Bijma, R Tiedemann & F. Lamy, Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany; R. Shuttleworth, University of Southampton, UK

17:30 poster session

  • High sensitivity, fast scanning, sector field ICP-MS improving sensitivity for laser ablation with the Jet Interface
    N.S. Lloyd, G. Craig, T. Lindemann, J. Hinrichs, J.B. Schwieters, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Germany
  • Improving precision, accuracy and sample throughput of small sample measurements with TIMS
    H. Vollstaedt, N.S. Lloyd, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Germany; Z. Hu, Thermo Fisher Scientific, China
  • Optimizing methodologies for Lu-Hf and U-Pb analysis of zircons by MC-ICP-MS using ultrafast laser ablation technology
    G. Craig, N.S. Lloyd, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Germany; R. Hutchinson, D. N. Douglas, C. O Connor, ESI Lasers; M. P. Field, Elemental Scientific Inc
  • High resolution mass spectrometry extends the limits of stable isotope geochemistry
    N. Albrecht, N.S. Lloyd, J.B. Schwieters, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Germany
  • Initial 87Sr/86Sr chronology of Allende fine-grained CAIs from step leaching experiments
    B.L.A. Charlier, C.J.N. Wilson, SGEES, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand; F.L.H. Tissot
  • The Isotoparium, Division of Geological and Planetary Science
    Caltech, CA, USA; N. Dauphas, Origins Lab, The University of Chicago, IL, USA; H. Vollstaedt, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany

17:30 poster session

  • Carbonate chemistry evolution in the Deep South Pacific and the deglacial release of CO2
    J. Roberts, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Germany; S. Misra, Indian Institute of Science, India; J. Rae, University of St Andrews, UK; L. Skinner, University of Cambridge, UK; M. Butzin, H. Grotheer, G. Mollenhauer, J. Bijma, R Tiedemann & F. Lamy, Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany; R. Shuttleworth, University of Southampton, UK

8:45 presentation

  • Triple oxygen isotope analysis in carbonates new insights from high resolution mass spectrometry
    J. Surma, O. Jaeger, J. Reitner, A. Pack: Geowissenschaftliches Zentrum Goettingen, Georg-August-Universitaet Goettingen, Germany; C. Marien: Institut fuer Geologie und Mineralogie, Universitaet zu Koeln, Germany; N. Albrecht, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Germany