Welcome to the Robert B. Mitchell Electron Microbeam Analysis Lab (EMAL). EMAL is part of the University of Michigan’s School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, and is located in Room 2007, 1100 North University Building (formerly known as C.C. Little Science Building) on the U. Michigan’s Ann Arbor Central Campus.
The lab houses a Cameca SX100 electron microprobe, a Rigaku Ultima IV X-ray diffractomer, a JEOL JSM-7800FLV field-emission scanning electron microscope, and a Phi 680 Auger Nanoprobe. These instruments are used by researchers from a variety of disciplines for the chemical and structural characterization of solid materials.
Please contact the lab for further information.