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Within academia, the microprobe is widely used for petrological and mineralogical research. Our instrument is regularly used for high precision olivine analysis, meteoritic studies and tephra analysis. In addition to rocks and minerals, we can perform analyses of metals and alloys, thin films, ceramics and composites, glass, optical fibers, teeth and bones, and many other natural and artificial materials.
D20 5 B1 Olivine9
Glass inclusion within a spinel inclusion within an olivine phenocryst from the East Pacific Rise.
Commercial Applications

The microprobe can analyze various materials for industrial purposes. Industries which may find the instrument useful include: ceramics, materials science, alloys, semiconductors, medical technology, electronics and photonics, chemical and mechanical engineering, purity testing and more.

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wright laboratoryWright-Rieman Laboratories
Busch Campus, 610 Taylor Rd.
Piscataway, NJ 08854-8066

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