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Chemical analysis laboratory

Chemical analysis of metals is of fundamental importance in the attainment of desired mechanical, corrosion & physical properties after optimum processing. RMRC provides the highest quality chemical analysis services by high degree of precision for metals, non-metals, refractories and many other materials.

Our chemical analysis lab can provide support during material selection or verification by testing for elemental make-up and impurities, determining composition and identifying materials.

A wide-array of instrumental chemistry and wet chemistry methods are utilized to provide customers with information, answers and qualitative and quantitative results. RMRC chemists have the experience to perform chemical analysis services on a broad range of materials and welcome orders with limited sample weight or with specialized requirements.
RMRC chemists have the experience to perform chemical analysis services on a broad range of materials and welcome orders with limited sample weight or with specialized requirements.

The extensive instrumental chemistry capabilities at RMRC include spectroscopy analysis such as atomic absorption testing with detection limits in the "parts per million" range for reliable trace metal analysis.
Our SEM/EDS system with magnification up to 100 000X allows us to detect and measure elements on or below the surface of samples, making it particularly helpful in analysing small areas of interest or tiny particles.
Our chemical analysis lab can also apply many other analytical testing methods to get the exact information you need about your materials

Some of RMRC's specific chemical analysis are described below
atomic absorption, optical emission spectroscopy based on ( Al, Fe, Ni, Cu, Ti,Zn ), onsite analysis with portable spectrometer, wet analysis, carbon & sulfur analysis, XRF (X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometry), EPMA (Election Probe Micro analizer), FTIR, GC.Mass.HPLC, XRD, UV, DSC.


 Optical Emission Spectrometry Emission Spectrometry
Chimistry chemistry
XRF/XRD xrf-xrd





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