MAGIC - MAss Spectrometry and Isotope Geochemistry at Imperial College London
The MAGIC laboratory facility (MAss Spectrometry and Isotope Geochemistry at Imperial College London) is hosted in the Department of Earth Science and Engineering at Imperial College London and uses isotope geochemistry to tackle a broad variety of questions in earth, environmental, and engineering sciences.
people/ research / facilities
Find out more about MAGIC research in:
- Climate, Oceans and Biogeochemical Cycles
- Magmatic Processes & Silicate Earth
- Cosmochemistry and Early Earth
- Environment & Health
- Analytical Development
Find out more about the MAGIC facilities
Clean Room Laboratory
About 100 m2 of metal free ISO class 6 clean rooms with ISO class 4 laminar flow workbenches for demanding, low blank sample preparation work.
Mass Spectrometry Laboratory
Features three mass spectrometers (TIMS & two MC-ICPMS) for high-precision isotope ratio measurements.
General Chemistry Laboratory
A large wet chemistry laboratory for general use. A separate 18m2 unclassified clean room with an ISO class 4 fume hood and two additional ISO class 5 laminar flow benches is also available.