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Identification of chemical groups with FTIR (solid samples)

Qualitative identification of chemical groups in solid samples by Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR). Results will be delivered as an FTIR spectrum. In addition, a comparison to an FTIR library …

Powder XRD measurement - Quantitative analysis

Phase identification and quantification (Rietveld analysis) of a crystalline powder material using X-ray diffraction (XRD). The analysis can also provide unit cell dimensions. The analysis is only suitable for materials with at …

SEM-EDX imaging

Imaging of the sample using a scanning electron microscope (SEM) with energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDX or EDS). Typically, several images are taken with varying magnifications to get a good overview of the sample. An EDX mapping, line scan, or point measurement is …

SEM imaging

Imaging of the sample using scanning electron microscopy (SEM). Typically, several images are taken with varying magnifications to get a good overview of the sample. The sample can be prepared with a metallic coating for non-conductive samples. For cross-section measurement, an …

Osmolality measurement

The osmolality of liquid samples is determined using a freezing point osmometer according to Ph. Eur 2.2.35.2020. Osmolality defines the number of osmols per kilogram of liquid. Osmolality reflects the total number of dissolved ionic and molecular compounds present …

Osmolarity measurement

Determination of osmolarity of liquid samples using a freezing point osmometer according to Ph. Eur 2.2.35.2020. Osmolarity defines the number of osmols per liter of liquid. Osmolarity reflects the total number of dissolved ionic and molecular substances present in …

Particle size distribution using dynamic light scattering (DLS)

Determination of particle size distribution (PSD) by dynamic light scattering (DLS). Analysis can be done from dispersions or solids that can be dispersed in water or organic solvents. The method is …

TEM-EDX imaging

Imaging of the sample with transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and determination of the elemental composition of the sample using electron dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDX or EDS). Several images with varying magnifications are taken to get a good overview of the sample. …

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TEM imaging

Imaging of the sample with transmission electron microscope (TEM). Typically, several images with varying magnifications are taken to get a good overview of the sample. TEM allows nm-resolution images. Solid samples often require FIB preparation, which is not included in the price. …

Raft strength test of alginate oral suspensions

British Pharmacopoeia standard measurement for alginate raft-forming oral suspension's raft strength.

Metal quantification of liquid chemicals by ICP-SFMS

ICP-SFMS measurement package for liquid chemicals. The analysis includes the measurement of the following elements using the high-resolution ICP-SFMS technique: Al, As, B, Ba, Ca, Cd, Co, Cr, Cu, Fe, Hg, K, Mg, Mn, Mo, …

ICP-MS metal screening of solvent samples

The ICP-MS technique provides information on the concentrations of metals in a sample. The measurement includes the following elements: Na, Mg, K, Ca, Li, Be, B, Al, Si, P, Ti, V, Cr, Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, Cu, Zn, Ga, As, Se, Rb, Sr, Zr, Nb, …

Metals in solid chemicals (Co, Si, P, S, B, Na)

Determination of the concentrations of Co, Si, P, S, B, and Na in solid chemicals. This method is meant for chemicals like Co(NO3)2. The results include the concentration of the main component (Co) and the concentrations of …

Raman Spectroscopy - Solid samples

Chemical components of a solid sample material are identified using Raman spectroscopy. The analysis is suitable for inorganic and organic samples, excluding metals and alloys.

Powder XRD measurement - Qualitative analysis

Qualitative or comparative analysis of crystalline powders using X-ray diffraction (XRD). The analysis is only suitable for materials with at least one crystalline phase.

Droplet size analysis for sprays

Test of 1 bottle at 20oC with Malvern Spraytec to characterize particle sizes between 0.1 µm to 900 µm with a standard distance between the nozzle and the laser beam. The results are reported for 3 repeat shots. Particle size distribution histograms, …

Melatonin content of a supplement product

HPLC-FLD analysis for determining the melatonin content of a solid or liquid (e.g. nasal spray) supplement product. According to Regulation (EU) No 432/2012, melatonin supplements may be marketed with the following health claims: …

Metals in solid chemicals (Mn, Si, P, S, B, Na)

The analysis is used to detect the concentrations of Mn, Si, P, S, B, and Na in solid chemicals. Suitable sample materials include Mn(NO3)2, from which the concentration of the main component (Mn) and the select impurities are …

MicroCT scan (X-ray computed tomography)

Nondestructive 3D analysis of internal structures by X-ray computed tomography. The method visualizes voids, cracks, density, and phase differences within solid structures. The method is most suitable for powdered materials. The resolution …

Raman spectroscopy - liquid samples

Raman spectroscopy is a non-destructive chemical analysis technique used for the identification of chemical components in a sample. This analysis is suitable for inorganic and organic liquid samples.

Total sugars with Luff–Schoorl method

Determination of total sugar content, expressed as glucose, of food and feed with the Luff–Schoorl titration method.

Chemical functionalities of aqueous solutions with Raman spectroscopy

Identification of chemical groups within aqueous solutions using Raman spectroscopy.

Raman spectroscopy - gas samples

Analysis of gaseous samples using Raman spectroscopy.

Reducing sugars with Luff–Schroorl method

Determination of reducing sugar content, expressed as glucose, from food and feed with the Luff–Schroorl titration method.

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