3D Surface Profiling of Engineered Materials and Devices from Advanced MicroAnalytical Provides Industry with Solutions
Advanced MicroAnalytical offers surface profiling, along with a wide range of other advanced material testing techniques, to support of a variety of industries.
Salem, NH, July 22nd, 2020
Measuring the three-dimensional topography of an item can provide answers to questions about essential precision materials under development, for products under production or in use, and for component failure investigations. Also referred to as surface profilometry, this advanced profiling technique can help determine fit, function and surface characteristics - both physical and chemical – on a wide variety of sample types and materials. In many industries, the challenges of manufacturing novel.......[Read More]
Mechanical and Physical Testing Services from Advanced MicroAnalytical Provide Answers to Material Science Challenges
Advanced MicroAnalytical offers a wide range of physical and mechanical testing, consulting and engineering services to support manufacturing, construction and new material development.
Salem, NH, July 13th, 2020
Industries from construction and manufacturing to aerospace, defense and the electronics industry all depend on mechanical testing to produce materials that perform as intended. A wide range of tests come under the envelope of mechanical and physical testing. These include tests that assess a material’s mechanical properties and those that determine the response of a material to a given action.
For example, physical testing of materials can be performed to determine the rate of failure for nearly any.......[Read More]
Scanning Electron Microscopy from Advanced MicroAnalytical Provides Answers to Material Challenges and Environmental Investigations
Advanced MicroAnalytical provides precision material testing utilizing SEM and other advanced techniques to provide clients with images and solutions for development, production, environmental and failure analysis.
Salem, NH, June 10th, 2020
Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) is one of the most versatile and frequently used instrumentation techniques in modern materials science, microanalysis and investigative applications. SEM analysis provides detailed, high resolution imaging capabilities at a very wide range of magnifications, ranging from 10x to 1Mx magnification on diverse samples. The technology works by generating an electron beam and then focusing, directing and rastering the beam across the surface of the sample. Electrons are either.......[Read More]
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy from Advanced MicroAnalytical Supports a Wide Range of Industries
Advanced MicroAnalytical offers nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and other innovative material testing services to support quality control efforts, research and development, and other initiatives.
Salem, NH, June 4th, 2020
Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is an analytical technique that can be used to identify the chemical composition and structure of various organic and inorganic molecules from a solid or liquid state. It is a powerful tool used in chemistry to provide both quantitative and qualitative data. The sample to be analyzed is dissolved in a liquid and placed in a magnetic field. A radio frequency is sent through it, exciting the nuclei. When the radio frequency pulse is stopped, the nuclei return to their.......[Read More]
Understanding the Physical Size and Range of Materials Utilizing Particle Size Distribution Analysis
Advanced MicroAnalytical offers particle size distribution analysis, along with a complete range of other material testing services.
Salem, NH, May 21st, 2020
Determining the size and range of particles from a material can be accomplished through particle size distribution (PSD) analysis. The size and properties of these materials are often critical factors in determining how materials work together, their appropriateness for use and even what effect they may have on air quality. Effective engineering and planning requires material knowledge that inevitably includes sizing. Particle size distribution analysis can provide answers when seeking to create new materials and.......[Read More]
Optical Microscopy Services from Advanced MicroAnalytical Provide Answers to Forensic, Production and R&D Questions
Advanced MicroAnalytical offers optical microscopy, along with a wide range of other techniques, to develop solutions to challenges faced by industry.
Salem, NH, May 6th, 2020
There are many types of optical microscopes and each can provide crucial information to an experienced scientist or materials engineer searching for answers. This traditional form of microscopy, utilizing magnification and light, was invented back in the 18th century. Today, optical microscopy analysis forms the basis of many forensic investigations. The ability to highlight specific materials or particles of interest quickly and with minimal preparation makes optical analysis a ‘go to’ first step for a.......[Read More]
Inductively Coupled Plasma is a Powerful Analytical Tool for Industrial Quality Control Applications, Contamination Analysis and More
Advanced MicroAnalytical offers inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS), inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectroscopy (ICP-OES) and other cutting edge material testing services.
Salem, NH, April 14th, 2020 Two popular techniques for analyzing elemental and trace metals in a wide range of matrices include inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) and inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectroscopy (ICP-OES), also known as also known as inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectroscopy (ICP-AES). These highly sensitive analytical techniques are used by industry to identify and quantify elemental and trace metals, including heavy metals, from various solutions, chemicals, metals, polymers,.......[Read More]
Utilizing Glow-Discharge Optical Emission Spectroscopy to Provide Industry with High Resolution Surface and Depth Profiling Solutions
Advanced MicroAnalytical offers GD-OES and other spectroscopic methods to offer quantitative analysis of metals, semiconductors and non-metallic solids.
Salem, NH, March 31st, 2020 In many of the products designed for use in the automotive, aerospace, marine and even everyday applications, structural parts and semiconductor components depend on the precise control of the microstructure and chemical composition of their surface or subsurface layers to work properly. The accuracy of these parts and components has been carefully planned and is essential to achieve unique properties, corrosion resistance or other performance requirements. One powerful method that is available to analyze these.......[Read More]