Fluorescence Alteration of Multiple Macerals

Model: FAMM488

FAMM (Fluorescence Alteration of Multiple Macerals) – the technology which study the Fluorescence Alteration of Multiple Macerals. This method uses multicomponent fluorescence variation (FAMM) to determine the Equivalent Vitrinite Reflectance (EqVR) that can be directly applied to basin simulation. FAMM technology was originally established and developed by Dr. Wilkins established in 1989-1991, and was used in the Australian laboratory in the process of using vitrinite reflectance method to study the maturity of Mesozoic sediments in the Northwest Continental shelf basin of Australia.

FAMM488 is modular of microscope and is build up with 488nm Solid State Laser and 320mm spectrometer.