Research & University

Academic research can benefit from advanced non-destructive analysis techniques like XRF, XRD and Raman for materials chemistry, mining physics and chemistry and microscopic observation of high magnification elements and from the application of NMR spectroscopy, the most used technique for characterization in organic and inorganic chemistry.

Moreover, the authentication of historical objects, pigments chemical identification or mineralogical characteristics of soil, are just some of the numerous uses of non-destructive analysis in the field of academic research.

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