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Typical applications include of course metallurgy (ferrous and non ferrous materials), but such instruments are also used to control catalysts, solders, rare earths, Li ion batteries, electrical components, semiconductors, glasses etc.

Quantitative Analysis of Low-concentration Hydrogen Content in Titanium Alloy
Can we perform quantitative analysis of hydrogen in a titanium alloy to prevent hydrogen embrittlement?
Trace oxygen analysis in copper
To quickly and accurately quantify the oxygen contained as trace impurities in copper.
Oxygen and Nitrogen determination in Boron Nitride
This application note will show the relevance of the EMGA-920 to measure high levels of nitrogen while simultaneously determininig low levels of Oxygen with good precision.
Hydrogen Analysis in steel and metals: Solid Extraction or Fusion
Oxygen and Nitrogen determination in Aluminium Nitride
This application note will show the relevance of the EMGA-920 to measure high level of Nitrogen while maintaining the needed precision for Oxygen determination in AIN.
Quantitative analysis of carbon contained in bone substitute material
Can we accurately and quickly measure the amount of carbon contained in the material?
Quantitative analysis of carbon and sulfur in tires
To accurately and quickly measure the amount of carbon and sulfur contained in the material.
Analysis of Free Carbon in SiC
Analysis of Free Carbon in SiC
Can free carbon in SiC be rapidly and conveniently quantified?
Measurement of Sulfer in Rubber
Sulfer is added in the natural rubber to produce plastic materials. However, it is important to measure the sulfer contained in the rubber to define the chemical and mechanical properties of the final product.
Sample Preparation and Sampling Methods for the Gas Analysis of Steel
The Hydrogen Analysis of Solid Samples
Each year the marketplace sees increasing demands for the analysis of hydrogen contained in various sample materials.
Quality Assurance for the Analysis of Steel by Gas Component Analysis
Measurement of Carbon and Sulfur in Copper
Copper in reddish metal, it is malleable, ductile and an extremely good conductor of both heat and electricity. Copper metal is widely used for electrical wiring, water piping, and corrosion resistant parts, either pure or in alloy such as brass and bronze. Carbon and Sulfur are considered as impurities, so it is important to measure and check the Copper purity.
Measurement of Carbon in Ferrosilicon
Ferrosilicon is added as a deoxidant and as an alloying element to steel, that require a special low carbon content. The Low Carbon in Ferrosilicon decreases the electrical conductivity and magnetostriction of electrical steels.
Measurement of Carbon and Sulfur in Cement
This application note describes the method and conditions to use with the EMIA 820V C/S analyzer to measure cement.
Law Nitrogen Determination in Steel
Carbon Analysis: Organic and Inorganic Carbon in Soils
The aim of this application note is to explain the determination of organic and inorganic carbon in soils and how to prepare samples to eliminate inorganic carbon (carbonates) in these soils.
Measurement of Carbon and Sulfur in Titanium Oxide
Titanium oxide are used primarily in the production of paints and plastics and are also used in paper, priniting inks, cosmetics, textiles and food stuffs.

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