12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
The new ion microprobe ims-1290 was delivered to UCLA late August last year. After three months of installation and testing, it came online early December 2015 as the latest addition to the UCLA-NSF National Ion Microprobe Facility. I will introduce the improvements of this instrument over the ims-1270, and show some “publishable” data acquired from this instrument in the last two months. This talk will end with potential scientific applications that can be done with the ims-1290.