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Ion Cyclotron Resonance Facility

Scientist using the 9.4 Tesla FT-ICR MS

Pairing mass spectrometry with high magnetic fields for a range of research applications.

This facility is charged with developing and exploiting the unique capabilities of Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance (FT-ICR) mass spectrometry, and leads the world in instrument and technique development as well as novel applications of FT-ICR mass spectrometry.

The facility features directors for instrumentation, biological applications, environmental, petrochemical applications, and user services as well as a machinist, technician and numerous rotating postdocs who are available to collaborate and/or assist with projects.

ICR Numbers

3 Magnets

10 Techniques

Trained User Support Scientists

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Located at Florida State University in Tallahassee, FL.

Featured Research

Science Highlights

Improved mass resolution and signal-to-noise ratio in mass absorption mode mass spectra leads to more assigned chemical formulas within a complex fluid sample.   Reprinted from citation given below. © American Chemical Society.

ICR FAIR Data: MagLab Data Enhances Processing of Dissolved Organic Matter Mass Spectra

Fu, Q.L.; Chen, C.; Liu, Y.; Fujii, M.; Fu, P., Analytical Chemistry, 95 (1), 522-530 (2023)

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Left: Coil buckling at -0.4% strain Right: Measured hoop strain showed negligible degradation over 20,000 cycles.

Testing High-Field, High-Stress Conditions in Superconducting REBCO Coils

Dixon, I.R.; Bosque, E.; Buchholz, K.; Walsh, R.P.; Bai, H., IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity, 32 (6), 4 (2022)

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The Fermi surface of UTe2.

Quasi-2D Fermi Surface in the Anomalous Superconductor UTe2

Eaton, A.G.; Weinberger, T.I.; Popiel, N.J.; Wu, Z.; Hickey, A.J.; Cabala, A.; Pospisil, J.; Prokleska, J.; Haidamak, T.; Bastien, G.; Opletal, P.; Sakai, H.; Haga, Y.; Nowell, R.; Benjamin, S.M.; Sechovský, V.; Lonzarich, G.G.; Grosche, F.M.; Valiska, M., Nature Communications, 15, 223 (2024)

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Peer-Reviewed Publications

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How to Request Magnet Time

Our magnets are open to all scientists - for free - via a competitive process and we accept proposals through out the year.

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Prepare documentation

A proposal and prior results report are required.

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Create a user profile

New user registration, returning users simply need to log in.

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Submit a request online

Upload files and provide details about the proposed experiment.

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Report your results

After your work is completed, you are asked to report to the laboratory, in a timely manner.

Note: We've created several templates to help users successfully apply for magnet time - ICR General Proposal Template, Biological Applications template, and Report Prior Results Template.

Key Contacts

Chris Hendrickson

Facility Director

For information regarding facilities, magnet time requests and scheduling.

Amy McKenna

Manager, ICR User Program

For information regarding measurements and facilities.

Alan Marshall

Chief Scientist for Ion Cyclotron Resonance

For information on ICR.

Fellow users who are experts on the use of ICR Facility are also available to answer questions.
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