Elemental analysis is a generic term for a group of applications which deal with the analysis of a variety of materials (chemicals, liquids, polymers, waste material, etc.) for their elemental or isotopic properties. Typical examples of elemental analysis techniques where mass flow control plays a key role are Total Organic Carbon (TOC) or Total Organic Halides (TOX).
By Axetris Ag based in Kaegiswil, SWITZERLAND.
Weathering of materials is most often an irreversible process affecting the cosmetic properties or strength of materials. This aging process is mainly driven by UV radiation, Heat and reactive elements in the atmosphere, for example chemical contamination. The plastic fabric of the product can dry and therefore weakened. The solar load can overheat the products and change material properties irreversibly. A common method to test the deterioration of materials is to expose materials to sun light and...
By EKO Instruments based in San Jose, CALIFORNIA (USA).Premium
The pharmaceutical industry is one of the most regulated industries. Contaminants in drug products are examined throughout the manufacturing process, since their presence affects drug stability, behaviour and toxicity. Therefore, regulatory bodies such as the European Medicines Agency (EMEA) and the American Food and Drug Administration (FDA) strictly enforce continuous and ongoing analysis of organic or inorganic impurities from raw materials, excipients and Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API) through...
By Xenemetrix Ltd. based in Migdal Haemek, ISRAEL.
In nature, the chemical elements can be represented by more isotopes, or atoms of the same element, characterized by a different number of neutrons in the nucleus. When the proton / neutron ratio does not exceed that value likely to upset the balance of the atom, resulting in the phenomenon known as stabilization of radioactive decay, the isotope is called stable. That is, over time, will not tend to emit energy and sub-nuclear particles to gain energy stability, giving rise, at the end of the process, the...
By ETG Risorse e Tecnologia S.r.l. based in Montiglio, ITALY.
To meet the requirements of new regulations and to protect the environment effectively, industries need techniques that enable the analysis of elements at lowest concentration levels. Bruker X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analysis is the most suitable analytical technique for handling different kinds of materials. Bruker’s XRF, ICP-MS, GC, TOF-MS, FT-IR, CBRNE products and applications help you to monitor contaminated land efficiently and quickly, to determine hazardous elements in the air and water, as well...
By Bruker Corporation based in Billerica, MASSACHUSETTS (USA).
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