Minerals, rocks and isotopes
Laboratories that work with minerals, rocks and isotopes are listed in the following:
Danish Center for Isotope Geology (DCIG)
The Danish Center for Isotope Geology (DCIG) is part of the GEOCENTER Denmark, and has been established as a Danish instrument center in 1992 with a country-wide access strategy. The DCIG is divided into a stable and a radiogenic isotope applications branch.
- Stable Isotope laboratory (only in Danish)
- Radiogenic and non-traditional isotope geochemistry laboratory
The electron microprobe laboratory carries out non-destructive chemical analysis and imaging of solid materials on a μm scale using a focused electron beam.
The laboratory crushes rocks for chemical analysis and performs mineral separation.