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Testings that involves of qualitatitive and quantitative analysis that designed to identify, quantify and characterize a chemical compound or chemical group in sample/ product

This is a non- destructive method to analyze the chemical functions by using the vibration detection that correspond to the chemical bonding of a particular material. The detection is based on the infrared irradiation absorption of the material, which is then translated into a spectrum with intensity of absorption at certain wavelengths. These wavelengths reflected the characteristics of the chemical bond of the materials.

The test method is in accordance with ASTM E1252 – 98 and ASTM E573-01 for Qualitative Measurement of IR Spectrum. Various application can be listed as follows:

*    A vast array of analytical opportunities in academic, analytical, QA/QC and forensic labs
*    Identify the unknown materials and confirmation of production materials (incoming or outgoing).
*    Simple compound identification of polymers, rubbers, ceramics and others to process and regulatory monitoring
*    Quality verification of incoming/outgoing materials-microanalysis of contaminant
*    Analysis of thin films and coatings
*    Nanoscale and spectroscopy below the diffraction limit
*    Failure analysis
*    The speed of FTIR analysis makes it particularly useful in screening applications, while the sensitivity empowers many advanced research applications.
*    Covers a wide range of chemical applications, especially for polymers and organic compounds.
*    Reveal the composition of solids, liquids, and gases. The information content is very specific in most cases, permitting fine discrimination between like materials.

Energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDS or EDX) is an analytical technique used for the elemental analysis or chemical characterization of a sample based on the principle of an interaction of some source of X-ray excitation with sample's elements. Its characterization capabilities are due in large part to the fundamental principle that each element has a unique atomic structure allowing a unique set of peaks on electromagnetic emission spectrum.

Our energy dispersive spectrometer microanalysis system coupled with Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscope is able to execute the material identification and weight percentage determination as well as standard quantitative analysis of mass fraction down to 1% as stipulated by ISO 22309-2011 Microbeam analysis – quantitative analysis using energy dispersive spectrometry (EDS) for elements with an atomic number of 11(Na) or above.

UV visible spectrometer (UV-Vis) is a method to identify absorbance of material at their specific wavelength. The machine is capable to analyse liquid and powder sample.

It measures the intensity of light transmitted through a sample compared to a reference measurement of the incident light source. The wavelength range is between 200 – 1000 cm-1. The standard used in this test is ASTM E0169 – 16, General Techniques of Ultra violet quantitative analysis