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Australian Scientific Instruments (ASI) specialises in the development and manufacture of specialist scientific instruments for geochemistry. ASI's flagship products are the SHRIMP IIe and new SHRIMP  IV sensitive high resolution ion microprobes. These instrument, developed at the Australian National University (ANU), set the standard for accuracy, reliability and productivity in SIMS instruments around the world. 

 ASI manufactures the Alphachron™ automated uranium-helium thermochronology instrument. This was originally developed by the CSIRO and Patterson Instruments, and has applications in both research and economic geology. This has now been extended with the innovative RESOchron instrument, combining the Alphachron with the Resonetics Resolution laser ablation system.

ASI is supported by the world-class capabilities and research strengths of the Australian National University. This ensures that both the instruments and the techniques for their use are maintained at the leading edge. ASI has won several awards for its technology, design and export performance.

 

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SHRIMP II

The Sensitive High Resolution Ion Micro Probe (SHRIMP) IIe is a high precision Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometer (SIMS). Ion microprobes make in situ isotopic and chemical 'surface' analysis of solid targets by bombarding the sample...

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Alphachron

The Alphachron™ is the first commercially available, automated, integrated and compact turnkey system designed for the extraction and measurement of gases from mineral samples. The Alphachron™ was developed by the CSIRO...

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About Australian Scientific Instruments

ASI manufactures leading-edge instrumentation for geochemistry, including the SHRIMP IIe and SHRIMP IV  ion microprobes, the Alphachron automated thermochronology instrument, and the RESOchron double dating instrument. The instruments are based on research undertaken at the Research School of Earth Sciences (RSES) at the Australian National University (ANU), the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Curtin University, the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) and elsewhere. » Learn More

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