- Analytical methods
- Gas chromatography
- Liquid chromatography
- Infrared spectroscopy
- Other spectroscopy
- Other methods
- Inductively coupled plasma
- Mass spectrometry
- Nuclear magnetic resonance
- Supercritical fluid
Particle counter detects and counts particulates in air, liquids or on surfaces. Nuclear counter can check both the environment and/or specific items for radioactivity. Find out more.
Paramagnetic method uses the paramagnetic property of oxygen to measure its content. Find out more.
Supercritical fluid chromatography (SFC) is a hybrid of gas and liquid chromatography, applied to a wide variety of materials including natural products, drugs, foods, pesticides and herbicides, fossil fuels, explosives and propellants. Supercritical fluid extraction (SFE) is an important method for large-scale purification of complex liquid or solid matrices, such as polluted streams. Find out more.
Thermal methods are multi-component techniques and include thermogravimetry, differential thermal analysis and differential scanning calorimetry. These methods are in widespread use in both quality control and research applications on industrial products such as polymers, pharmaceuticals, metals and alloys. Find out more.
Portable Gas Detection refers to gas detectors which are worn or carried by an individual. Typically battery operated, portable monitors are used for toxic or combustible gas detection, as well as for oxygen deficiency monitoring in confined spaces. Find out more.