Luma Technology is a full service facility using the latest techniques and equipment,
to provide microscopic and analytic study of any surface. We specialize in corrosion
and failure analysis using state of the art SEM, AAS and EDS techniques and
equipment, to solve corrosion and product failure problems. Read more...
Through our work with ASTM, we are developing standards for cleanliness
assessment of medical implants, cleanliness validation, and design of
components for easy cleaning. We also provide testing for plastics that
will be in contact with food. Read more...
LabQMC can measure powder density, tapped density, moisture sorption (DVS), particle size distribution, zeta potential, surface area, surface acidity, reduction of oxides etc. Sample types include pharmaceuticals, catalysts, ceramics, membranes, battery and fuel cell materials... just about anything that is powdered or porous or both. Read more...More Product Announcements from Quantachrome Instruments
Surface area is measured by nitrogen adsorption or, in the case of very low surface areas (say less than 1m2 total available area), by krypton adsorption, both at liquid nitrogen temperature. Read more...More Product Announcements from Quantachrome Instruments
Imaging of hydrated systems at resolutions greater than optical is traditionally hard and time consuming. The acquisition of a Zeiss EVO Ls15 environmental SEM at CPG provides us with the ability not only to watch the hydration process at magnifications in excess of 1000x, but also to image without any gold or carbon coating, thus making this technique completely non-destructive. Read more...More Product Announcements from Cambridge Polymer Group, Inc.
CPG’s acquisition of Zetasizer Nano ZS90 particle size analyzer allows measurements of molecular size and particle size at a 90 degree scattering angle utilizing dynamic light scattering; it can also measure Zeta potential and electrophoretic mobility of particles using Laser Doppler Microelectrophoresis. Read more...More Product Announcements from Cambridge Polymer Group, Inc.
Cambridge Polymer Group offers electron spin resonance spectroscopy (ESR), also known as electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy (EPR), to identify and quantify free radical content in materials. This technique is useful for evaluating antioxidants, shelf-life stability, and the effect of chemicals on materials. Read more...More Product Announcements from Cambridge Polymer Group, Inc.