Solutions for power and energy analysis

Petrochemical analysis can be challenging due to difficult matrices, a wide range of contaminants, and sensitivity requirements. We offer a range of products including Ion Chromatography (IC), Gas Chromatography (GC), GC-MS and ICP; which will enhance your analytical capabilities and improve your processes.

Nuclear power plants (NPP) generate nearly 20% of the total electricity in the U.S. and nearly 30% in the E.U. In NPPs, water in secondary and cooling systems controls the heat created from the fission of radioactive isotopes, to produce steam, which is used to generate electricity. NPP water chemistry is important for the maintenance of nuclear safety, major component reliability, and the overall economic viability of plant operation. Each nuclear power plant has a set of water chemistry matrices that are often specific for that plant and usually based on the water chemistry history and metallurgy of the plant. 

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Battery Brochure

Battery Brochure

Evaluation of batteries and battery components requires a variety of analytical methods to study bulk materials and component surfaces at various scales. This brochure covers the range of materials characterization tools for battery analysis and product formulation.

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Characterization of a membrane electrode assembly application note

Characterization of a Membrane Electrode Assembly from a Proton Exchange Fuel Cell

X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) was used to investigate the Membrane Electrode Assembly of a proton exchange fuel cell to determine the distribution of platinum in the component.

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