Spectroscopy, Elemental & Isotope Analysis
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Research, production and analytical laboratories worldwide rely on us for rapid, efficient qualitative and quantitative analysis. Our innovative instruments and user-friendly software serve a range of industrial, educational, environmental and health markets. We offer a comprehensive portfolio for the quantification and identification of trace elemental species at ppm to sub-ppt levels in addition to isotopes. We also provide a wide range of lab-based and handheld instruments employing analytical techniques including XRF, FTIR, NIR, Raman spectroscopy, IRMS, ICP-MS and more.
From process and quality control in the lab and on the line to instant, actionable data in the field, we enable more confident analysis and better decision making.
Identify organic and inorganic elements at ppm to sub-ppt levels across the lab with our broad portfolio of instrumentation.
Characterize stable, radiogenic, non-traditional and noble gas isotopes for geochemistry, food authenticy, and nuclear science research using IRMS and ICP-MS technologies.
Thermo Scientific™ XRF, XRD, and OES instruments help a wide range of industrial and research analytical laboratories achieve qualitative and quantitative analysis for process and quality control.
Experience immediate materials identification at the push of a button. Thermo Scientific™ microanalysis and electron microscopy instruments deliver maximum x-ray resolution and help you to discover your material’s unique spectral phases.
Have confidence in your analysis with Thermo Scientific™ molecular spectroscopy solutions. We offer innovative NIR, FT-IR, Raman, NMR, and UV-Vis instruments and user-friendly software to deliver a full spectrum of answers.
Thermo Scientific™ portable analytical instruments provide rapid, reliable chemical identification and material verification to deliver instant, actionable data for quick decision making in critical situations.
Thermo Scientific™ XPS spectrometer systems for materials science research, production and analytical laboratories address the most challenging surface, thin film and interface questions.