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:: New AMMRF National Flagship Instrument Arrives at The Wark
The PHI TRIFT V nanoTOF is currently undergoing installation and commissioning at The Wark, UniSA. With support and access provided by The Wark’s expert scientific and administrative staff, the Australian Microscopy and Microanalysis Research Facility (AMMRF) is able to provide a unique and exciting microanalysis research tool for all Australian researchers. Industry based researchers can also access the instrument for research at commercial rates.
This latest iteration of PHI’s Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (ToF-SIMS) instrument is unique in its ability to combine surface sensitivity, spatial resolution and chemical specificity with parallel detection of atomic and molecular species, both organic and inorganic in nature. The instrument combines TRIFT analyser performance, revolutionary sample handling and high performance ion gun options that will enable progress in a wide range of areas and represents a research capability unique in Australia.
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