TECHNIQUES

Spectroscopy

Spectroscopy relates to the dispersion of an objects electromagnetic radiation to its constituent wavelengths. Spectroscopic methods measure the intensity of the radiation as a function of wavelength. Spectroscopy is used in physical and analytical chemistry to detect, identify and quantify the information of atoms and molecules as they possess unique spectra.

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Elemental Analysis

Elemental analysis is a branch of analytical chemistry where the elemental and or isotopic constitution can be analysed quantitatively or qualitatively.

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Imaging

Microscopic imaging is a technical field where microscopes are used for the examination of structures which are not within the resolution range of the normal eye. We provide services with the three main branches of microscopy which are optical (OM), electron (SEM and TEM) and scanning probe microscopy (AFM).

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Thermal Analysis

Thermal analysis studies the properties of materials with changing temperature such as phase transitions, glass transitions, absorption, desorption, thermal decomposition as well as viscoelastic properties of polymers.

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Particle Size Analysis

Particle size analysis uses techniques such as high definition image processing, analysis of Brownian motion, gravitational settling of the particle and light scattering (Rayleigh and Mie scattering) of the particles to determine the size range, and/or the average, or mean size of the particles in a powder or liquid sample.

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Other Techniques

Various other analytical techniques are provided to determine the degree of vulcanisation and cure characteristics of rubber, to measure the tension and or elastic property of materials, determine the quantity of nitrogen present in samples as well as measure the polarity of light.

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Additional Services

Various other analytical techniques are provided to determine the degree of vulcanisation and cure characteristics of rubber, to measure the tension and or elastic property of materials, determine the quantity of nitrogen present in samples as well as measure the polarity of light.

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