The University of Stirling

The the Stirling Centre for Astromaterials Research (SCAR) and the Earth and Planetary Observation Centre (EPOC) hosts a Mössbauer Laboratory and Planetary Ices Laboratory.


Mössbauer lab

The Mössbauer Spectroscopy laboratory for Earth and Environment (MoSEE) is located within the Biological and Environmental Sciences division, Faculty of Natural Sciences at the University of Stirling.  MoSEE is part of the Stirling Centre for Astromaterials Research (SCAR) and the Earth and Planetary Observation Centre (EPOC).

Webpage: https://stirlingmoessbauerlab.wordpress.com/

Contact: Please contact Christian Schröder to discuss instrument access.

The Mössbauer Spectroscopy laboratory for Earth and Environment (MöSEE) at the University of Stirling provides three complementary approaches: (a) Conventional Mössbauer spectroscopy – for iron mineralogy, speciation, and oxidation states; (b) (Field-)portable Mössbauer spectroscopy – for non-destructive and in situ analyses; (c) Synchrotron-based Mössbauer applications – for microscopic sample volumes.

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The Stirling Planetary Ices Laboratory

The Stirling Planetary Ices Laboratory (SPIL) is located within the Biological and Environmental Sciences division, Faculty of Natural Sciences at the University of Stirling and is part of the Stirling Centre for Astromaterials Research (SCAR) and the Earth and Planetary Observation Centre (EPOC).

The Stirling Planetary Ices Laboratory is used to investigate thermophysical processes of planets and minor bodies. Its facilities have been used to simulate the environmental conditions on Earth, Mars, comets and asteroids.

Website:  https://stirlingplanetaryiceslab.wordpress.com/

Contact: Axel Hagermann to discuss instrument access.

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