Mass spectroscopy is a method for measuring mass-charge ratios. Prior the measurement the molecules are fragmented. The fragments are separated by a quadrupole field and measured in either a faraday cup or for higher sensitivity in a channeltron detector.
With mass spectroscopy we can determine elements or chemical compounds for you.
By using the wide spectra of modern analytical methods and the excellent equipment present at Limedion, we will find an answer to all of your questions. The following methods are present in our labs:
According to requirements we use further methods e.g., High temperature infra-red camera, Ulbrich sphere, adhesion tester and salt spray cabinet.