Stable Isotope Mass Spectrometry Michael and his graduate students are working with the isotopic compositions of molybdenum and copper to explore topics including the long-lived double beta decay of 96Zr to gain insights into the mass of the electron neutrino; the molybdenum isotopic composition of ground and surface waters to investigate the impact of industry on the environment; and copper in living systems to study how changes in metabolic processes may affect the isotopic composition of copper. The laboratory employs both thermal ionization and multiple collector inductively coupled mass spectrometry and is actively pursuing new ways to implement isotopic tools in new areas.
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