Identifying Soot and Other Soot-Like Materials to Resolve Environmental and Industrial Challenges
Advanced MicroAnalytical offers unknown material identification services to detect and categorize unexplained residues, deposits and other unknown substances.
Salem, NH, March 2nd, 2021 Soot and soot-like materials can appear in a building or manufacturing facility due to a number of reasons. These materials may deposit on floors, walls, furnishings and other objects or materials. Quite often, they are observed around ventilation grilles and electrical outlets. The culprit for this “ghosting” phenomenon is sometimes caused by smoke residues or due to activities and materials being used within the property. Soot, also known as black carbon, is a fine-grained solid residue that results.......[Read More]
Benefits and Potential Exposure Risks from Carbon Nanotubes and Nanofibers Discussed in NIOSH Blog
Advanced MicroAnalytical offers solutions to support research and development efforts, industrial hygiene testing and environmental studies associated with nanoparticles and other innovative materials and products.
Salem, NH, February 8th, 2021 In January, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) posted the science blog, “Understanding the Broad Class of Carbon Nanotubes and Nanofibers (CNT/F) Used or Produced in U.S. Facilities.” The blog discussed and summarized a recent article from the journal Particle and Fibre Technology. The blog describes CNT/F and other engineered nanomaterials as holding great promise for society by revolutionizing many industries with applications from medicine to manufactured.......[Read More]
Advanced MicroAnalytical Now Offers Cross Sectional Analysis Techniques
Advanced MicroAnalytical offers solutions to a more in-depth analysis beyond a simple surface examination by using Cross Sectional Analysis Techniques.
Salem, NH, December 14th, 2020 Cross sectional analysis is a technique used when a more in-depth analysis beyond a simple surface examination is required. It is a key technique in failure analysis and electronics inspection. The type of cross sectional analysis can be used differently for each project, ranging from discrete, micrometer size areas to whole devices or boards allowing examination of sub-structure across the entire device. With mechanical cross sections, samples can be mounted in epoxy and vacuum impregnated to provide a support.......[Read More]
FDA Publishes Nanotechnology Report and Pioneering Nanomaterial Testing Services to Advance Research and Industry
Advanced MicroAnalytical offers solutions to nanomaterial testing challenges to support research and development efforts and the production of innovative materials and products.
Salem, NH, November 16th, 2020 Earlier this year, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published Nanotechnology - Over a Decade of Progress and Innovation. Nanotechnology, which is science, engineering and technology conducted at the nanoscale, is a rapidly emerging field that brings countless new benefits, possibilities and challenges to society and industry. Nanotechnology utilizing nanomaterials, also referred to as nanoparticles, is a rapidly growing component of modern industry and medical research. Nanomaterials come.......[Read More]
Determining the Elemental Composition of Materials Utilizing X-Ray Fluorescence
Advanced MicroAnalytical provides testing services utilizing XRF and other cutting-edge techniques to provide clients with answers and solutions to a wide range of material challenges.
Salem, NH, November 11th, 2020
X-ray fluorescence (XRF) provides elemental compositional analysis of bulk samples using a non-destructive elemental analysis technique. It can be used to analyze the elemental composition of liquids, solids and loose powders. A combination of high accuracy, precision and brisk sample preparation make XRF a preferred elemental analytical technique for many of the clients that depend on Advanced MicroAnalytical to find answers for their material science needs. The high range of sensitivity and typically.......[Read More]
X-Ray Material Imaging Provides Industry with Precise Details of Internal Structures and Features
Advanced MicroAnalytical offers X-ray imaging, 3D X-ray CT and other exacting material testing services to support a wide range of industries.
Salem, NH, October 22nd, 2020 X-ray imaging is a well-known method for examining the internal structural composition of a material in a nondestructive manner. This can be achieved because X-rays penetrate most substances and are only absorbed by relatively dense materials, allowing the inside of many materials to be examined without destroying or damaging it. As an inspection tool, X-rays are often used to document internal structures and measure parts. With the substantial range of magnifications possible with a modern industrial X-ray.......[Read More]
Identification and Characterization of Crystalline Materials Utilizing X-Ray Diffraction
Advanced MicroAnalytical provides precision testing services utilizing XRD and other advanced techniques to provide clients with answers and solutions to material challenges.
Salem, NH, September 29th, 2020 X-ray diffraction (XRD) is a technique that is widely used today for the identification and characterization of crystalline materials. It is a rapid and nondestructive technique based on Bragg’s law that can offer scientists and engineers a wealth of information when examining crystalline materials. Due to the long-range order of the atoms or molecules in the structure of crystalline materials, a sample will generate unique diffraction patterns when irradiated with X-rays. These patterns can then be.......[Read More]
Identifying Microplastics to Support Industry and Environmental Research Efforts
Advanced MicroAnalytical offers Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy and other material testing services to identify and quantify microplastics.
Salem, NH, September 4th, 2020 Microplastics have been manufactured for use in drug delivery and products such as cosmetics. They are also considered a potential environmental hazard by many scientists. Described by the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) as plastic fragments less than 5 mm in length, microplastics are further categorized into primary and secondary microplastics. Primary microplastics include microbeads, plastic pellets and other manufactured raw plastic materials. Secondary microplastics are created.......[Read More]