Independent Laboratory of Thin Layers and Analytics carries out scientific and research work on
The Laboratory offers also analyses and expertises on
The Department offers a wide range of analytic tests concerning the material content, physicochemical and applicatory parameters or environmental safety:
substance identification using X-ray analysis
X-ray phase quantitative and qualitative analysis
lattice parameters designation
Quantitative and qualitative analysis of solid or liquid samples using a fluorescence X-ray method
Quantitative analysis, i.a. alloy components, impurities
quantification limit: 0,0005% .
FT-IR spectra measurement for all sample phases using transmission, reflection and emission techniques;
Quantitative and qualitative thermal analysis (TGA, DTA) of solids in the temperature range of 20 – 1500 °C;
Determination of reaction and phase conversion heat by DSC method at up to 700 °C;
UV-VIS spectophotometry of solutions.
Grain size distribution of powder materials.
Particle nanosize distribution; Slurry characteristics by zeta potential measurement.
Measurement of BET and Langmuir specific surface area, pore size distribution, microporous structure analysis.
Analysis of Hg content in liquid and solid samples.
R&D works carried out in cooperation with chemical industry