Material Analysis by Multi-modal Techniques
More from one measurement
Historically, if an analysis required information about the chemical and structural qualities of a material, sequential measurements would be necessary; one measurement for chemical data and another for structural data. However, this sequential data failed to show the true correlation among these qualities, providing poor conclusions and results.
Multi-modal techniques allow the user to see how changes in one material quality affect other material qualities, thereby eliminating the guesswork that comes from sequential measurements. Explore how multi-modal techniques can replace sequential measurements with these webinars, application notes and product information.