Customers can use Alfa Chemistry's professional testing services to characterize surfactant products. Our chemical trace analysis tests encompass the detection of contamination as well as the identification of unknowns and trace residues. Our expertise in surface analysis allows us to gain a detailed understanding of the micro-features and microstructures of your goods and samples down to the nanometer scale.
Because fast, deterministic answers are crucial to solving problems linked to product purity or production concerns, accurate chemical trace analysis is critical to solving challenges in the surfactant sector. Target compounds are usually present in trace or ultra-trace concentrations, which can make analysis difficult, especially when dealing with complicated sample types. Trace residues include accidental stains, discoloration, deposits, and corrosion indicators. Robust analytical analyses are required to understand the chemical nature of these residues and their origins, and the results can provide the information you need to make informed judgments.
The chemical trace analysis service offered by Alfa Chemistry gives accurate results. It is carried out by trace analysis professionals who have worked in a variety of sectors. It analyzes very low detection levels, including parts per million, using highly sensitive instruments and specific analytical processes. Ranges of parts per million (ppm), parts per billion (ppb), and parts per trillion (ppt). The Alfa Chemistry laboratory is capable of detecting, identifying, and measuring trace chemical compounds in products and materials at low and ultra-trace levels.
Troubleshooting for unknown compounds, diagnosing and resolving pollution events, and promptly resolving problems are all part of chemical residue analysis study. We've used a variety of technologies to analyze and identify residual traces, including mass spectrometry, chromatography, spectroscopy, and other modern instruments.
Surface and structural material studies can help researchers learn more about a material's microstructure. The chemical makeup of a material, as well as its production or processing procedures, frequently affect its microstructure or surface qualities. These characteristics will have an impact on the chemical, physical, and mechanical qualities, as well as the function and performance of the product in the intended application or formulation.
Surface analysis expertise at Alfa Chemistry encompasses particle analysis and identification, such as elemental analysis of solid samples, impurity detection, and physical and chemical defect identification. Thin-film analysis, depth analysis, penetration research, and cleanliness research are all part of surface sensitivity study. Our global network of surface science laboratories offers analytical support for research, forensics, troubleshooting, quality control, and other applications. Polymers, films, coatings, geological and mineral samples, pharmaceuticals, raw materials, metals, and other sample types have all been measured by our surface analysis team.
Surface and microstructure analysis techniques include, but are not limited to: