Salem, NH, January 14th
In countless different industries there are times when performing material analysis requires the highest amount of sensitivity, and all other considerations are irrelevant. While a complete breakdown of a device or sample can give the most information in some circumstances, there are other times when reducing the sample to its component atoms isn’t a viable option.
All too frequently, product failures may only be present due to an interaction between components, but often it simply isn’t acceptable for the sample to be altered at all, let alone destroyed. Unique, one of a kind failures, prototypes (either from manufacturing, or for reverse engineering purposes) or samples that are likely to come under legal scrutiny are all examples of samples where any alteration is likely unacceptable.
For those that need to maintain the integrity of a device or sample, Advanced MicroAnalytical (AMA) offers a variety of completely non-destructive analysis options. For example, the examination of the exterior of a sample can be undertaken using a number of micro-analysis methods, including optical microscopy, DIC, polarized reflectance microscopy and SEM. This allows for extremely small features to be documented without destroying the sample. Even interior structures are capable of being examined with real-time radiographic inspection services, micro-X-ray CT and scanning acoustic microscopy. Using fluorescence, IR and Raman spectroscopy, organic features and details on the surface of a sample can be chemically analyzed, and a combination of XRF and EDS or Raman can highlight organic features.
AMA’s experienced scientific staff are experts in the use of these types of advanced instrumentation and are familiar with the concerns of clients when it comes to maintaining the sanctity of sample integrity. Their scientists keep clients apprised of the results, maintain the contiguity of sample associated records and return the sample in the same state it was submitted. This all ensures the best non-destructive data possible.
To learn more about this or other material, product viability or quality control testing and support services provided by Advanced MicroAnalytical, please visit www.AdvancedMicroAnalytical.com
, call (877) 605-6662 or email info@AdvancedMicroAnalytical.com
.About Advanced MicroAnalytical
At Advanced MicroAnalytical we are dedicated to providing you and your business with critical insight and knowledge that is essential in the modern era. We provide the testing services and analytical tools for comprehensive understanding of your materials and projects. Our services range from advanced microanalysis of nanotechnology to compositional and functional analysis of large manufactured systems. Our laboratory services span a wide range of industries, including manufacturing, micro-electronics, nanofabrication, aerospace and defense, environmental engineering – as well as many others. Advanced MicroAnalytical is committed to serving as a valued analytical partner to our clients. We offer unmatched analysis, testing, and services to assist you in your business, environmental, and research challenges. Visit our website at www.advancedmicroanalytical.com