Trace Metals Laboratory (HSPH)
Shine, James, Ph.D.
Location: HSPH, Building 1, B9, B10, G33, 665, Huntington Ave., Boston, MA
- Harvard School of Public Health
|Personnel/Contact Information: |
Director: Shine, James, Ph.D.
Phone: (617) 384-8806
|Facilities and Equipment:|
Location of Core: HSPH, Building 1, B9, B10, G33, 665, Huntington Ave., Boston, MA
- CETAC MCN 6000 de-solvating microconcentric nebulizer
- Finnegan Element II high resolution ICP-MS
- HPLC system
- Milestone model 80 direct mercury analayzer
- NITON XL3t600 X-Ray Fluorescence Detector
- Perkin Elmer 2400 CHN Analyzer
- Perkin Elmer 6100 ICP-MS with a dynamic reaction cell
- Trace metals material analysis service
* Trace metals and isotope ratio
o Use for mercury analysis of various sample matrices (hair, fish, soil, etc.) without prior sample preparation
* Organic matter content of soil and sediment; metal sorption /bioavailability
* Non-destructive analysis of metals in solid samples such as soils, dust, and air filters. A portable device can also be used in the field for direct analysis and/or screening of samples.
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Last updated: 2011-06-14T09:18:54.374-05:00