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Wolfson Laboratory for Environmental Geochemistry
This laboratory measures the geochemical properties of the Earth’s surface
materials, underpinning research on biogeochemical cycling and environmental
Equipment housed in the Wolfson Laboratory
- Horoba JY Ultima 2C ICP-AES
- Dionex Ion Chromatograph
- Leco® C/S Analyser
- Shimadzu 5000 TOC/DOC Analyser
- VG-MassLab GCMS (with P&T facility)
- Milestone microwave extraction labstation
- 3m Laminar Flow Hood with Activated Carbon Filter (for trace-organic work)
- HF Scrubbing Fume Cupboards
- UV-Visible Spectrophotometer
- Elga Ultra Pure Water
- a variety of minor equipment
If you require use of the Wolfson Laboratory, please contact the laboratory manager, Dr. Karen Hudson-Edwards, to discuss the work proposed.
After discussion with the laboratory manager, should technical assistance be needed for the work, fill out this Geochemistry Job Requisition Form and e-mail it to the chair of the Geochemistry Scheduling Forum, Prof. John McArthur.
Please note requests for assistance with student projects must originate from supervisors.