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The Nordsim-laboratory is located in the Department of Geosciences at the Swedish Museum of Natural History in Stockholm. Nordsim is a Nordic facility, funded jointly by Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark.

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It is based around a Cameca 1280 ion microprobe, an advanced mass spectrometer which allows direct in situ measurement of isotopic and elemental composition in selected micrometer sized areas of a sample. This microanalytical capability opens new exciting possibilities in several fields of geological research.

The instrument has applications to a wide range of geological problems, from U-Pb and O isotopes in zircons to light stable isotope analysis of lunar and meteoritic samples.


2018 proposal callPDF (researchers outside Sweden)

2018 proposal callPDF (Swedish-based researchers)

Application formWord


Head of the Nordsim laboratory
Martin Whitehouse
Phone +46-8-5195 5169
E-mail: martin.whitehouse@nrm.se


Publication listPDF