The Baylor University Stable Isotope Laboratory, located in Baylor Science Building B408, is a research facility in the Department of Geosciences.
The Lab currently has two separate analytical systems for determining stable isotopic compositions of various geological and biological samples. System A is mainly designed for acquiring C/O/N/H isotopic compositions of bulk samples; and has following instruments:
a Thermo-Electron Delta V Advantage Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometer (IRMS) with a Dual Inlet system
a Costech Elemental Combustion System
a Thermo Finnigan TC/EA
a Thermo Finnigan GasBench II
and a Speleothem Fluid Inclusion Extraction device
System B is for compound specific isotope analysis, and has a Thermo Trace 1310 Gas Chromatograph Unit that is combined with a GC Isolink II device and another Thermo Delta V Advantage IRMS.
This Lab is also equipped with a Mettler Toledo XP26 microbalance
Stable Isotope Analysis Inquires:
Waco, TX 76798