ICP-OESCopyright: ITMC Aachen
The Optical emission spectrometry with inductively coupled plasma (ICP-OES) is used for elemental analysis in aqueous, acidic solutions. By means of this measurement method, metals up to a content of 1 ppm can be determined.
ICP-MSCopyright: ITMC Aachen
Using the Agilent 8800 ICP-MS Triple Quad, the metal contents of organic and aqueous solutions can be determined. The determination limit is in the ppb range.
CHN elemental analysisCopyright: ITMC Aachen
The PE 2400 Series II CHNS/O Analyzer determines the content of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, sulfur and oxygen in organic materials. One of two classical organic elemental analysis techniques is used for these determinations:
- Combustion in a pure oxygen environment
- for carbon, hydrogen, and nitrogen,
- for carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen and sulfur
- Pyrolysis in a helium/hydrogen mixture
- for oxygen
Thermogravimetric analysisCopyright: ITMC Aachen
The simultaneous thermal analyzer Netzsch STA 409 C allowes simultaneous measurements of Thermogravimetric analysis, shortened TG, Differential thermal analysis, abbreviated DTA, or Differential scanning calorimetry, abbreviated DSC.
It is also possible to conduct measurements under inert atmosphere.
X-ray DiffractionCopyright: ITMC Aachen
X-ray apparatus Siemens D 5000 is a powder diffractometer and build up as a 2Θ apparatus. The source of radiation is made from copper.
Due to a autosampler with 40 slots a high throughput can be generated.
Multiplate UV/Vis-ReaderCopyright: ITMC Aachen
can be used
for measurements in the
and many other applications
Furthermore, 96- and 384- well microplates can be measured with a programmable shaking and temperature control based on the ambient temperature + 4 ° C to 50 ° C in the range 200 to 999 nm.
PolarimeterCopyright: ITMC Aachen
With the Jasco P-1020 polarimeter, the optical rotation of an optically active substance can be measured quickly and fully automatically. Moreover, quantitative analyzes are possible to distinguish between D- and L-isomers.
- 20 °C temperature correction of optical rotation data
- Automatic measurement upon opening/closing the sample chamber lid
- Measurement in six different measurement modes
- Features a wavelength range of 253 to 880 nm
Karl-Fischer-TitratorCopyright: ITMC Aachen
The Karl-Fischer Koulombmeter is used to determine the water content of solvents in the ppm range.