The MECA Wet Chemistry Laboratory on the 2007 Phoenix Mars Scout Lander

@article{Kounaves2009TheMW,
  title={The MECA Wet Chemistry Laboratory on the 2007 Phoenix Mars Scout Lander},
  author={S. Kounaves and M. Hecht and S. West and J. Morookian and S. M. Young and R. Quinn and P. Grunthaner and X. Wen and M. Weilert and Casey A. Cable and A. Fisher and K. Gospodinova and J. Kapit and Shannon T. Stroble and P. C. Hsu and B. Clark and D. Ming and Peter H. Smith},
  journal={Journal of Geophysical Research},
  year={2009},
  volume={114}
}
[1] To analyze and interpret the chemical record, the 2007 Phoenix Mars Lander includes four wet chemistry cells. These Wet Chemistry Laboratories (WCLs), part of the Microscopy, Electrochemistry, and Conductivity Analyzer (MECA) package, each consist of a lower “beaker” containing sensors designed to analyze the chemical properties of the regolith and an upper “actuator assembly” for adding soil, water, reagents, and stirring. The beaker contains an array of sensors and electrodes that include… Expand
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