Instrument Facilities

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SESE offers laboratory analysis instruments and facilities for researchers from other institutions and from within ASU


Facilities include: the Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry Laboratory and the LeRoy Eyring Center for Solid State Science.

LeRoy Eyring Center for Solid State Science

Arizona State University's LeRoy Eyring Center was established in 1974 to provide researchers with open access to sophisticated techniques for materials characterization and high resolution electron microscopy. The Center supports materials analysis across a broad range of scientific disciplines, including physics; chemistry; biological sciences; earth/space sciences; and engineering.

Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry Laboratory

The laboratory's mission is to conduct research in the general fields of quantitative secondary ion mass spectrometry. This includes research in ion source design, improvements in secondary ion transmission, alternate uses of the sensitive mass spectrometer, conventional SIMS analysis in earth and materials science, and to offer high-quality SIMS analyses to NSF-funded geoscience researchers.