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EEL lab in 2007
Optical table
Our Raman system
Wendy's purchase
Raman system with a cryostat
Our newly built gas loading system
Double sided laser heating system in preparation
Advanced Photon Source (APS), Argonne National Lab, Chicago, IL
Advanced Light Source (ALS), Lawrence Berkeley Lab, Berkeley, CA
Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource, SLAC, Stanford, CA
National Synchrotron Light Source, Brookhaven National Lab, Long Island, NY

        The Extreme Environments Laboratory is an experimental mineral physics laboratory in the Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences at Stanford University which has a diamond anvil cell sample preparation facility (including microscopes, EDM, fume hood, etc.) and two high pressure micro-Raman spectroscopy systems (one of which can be equipped with a cryostat). We have installed gas-loading system which is capable to load helium and neon in the current stage. We are currently installing a double sided laser heating system which will be ready later this year. In addition we are active users of national and international x-ray, neutron, and laser users facilities.