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Reference materials for micro-analysis: nano-particulate pressed powder pellets

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Reference materials

Pressed powder pellets for LA-ICP-MS, XRF, LIBS, EPMA, SIMS

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From certified powders, own and customized materials

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High quality

Extremely homogeneous and pure, produced following ISO-guidelines

Revolution of solid-state analysis

By developing a completely new method, μstandards is able to produce powder-pressed tablets with grain sizes in the nanometer range as reference materials. These pellets are extremely homogeneous, without any binding agents, and matrix-matched, which makes them suitable for a variety of microanalytical techniques. The quality of our reference materials will promote the breakthrough of solid (micro) analytics, as we finally have homogeneous materials available for calibration and validation produced following ISO standards.

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  • doneReference materials from certified powders and own materials
  • doneCustomized materials
  • doneSuitable for LA-ICP-MS, XRF, LIBS, EPMA, SIMS
  • doneExtremely homogeneous and pure
  • doneSeries of calibrations Standards
  • doneMixing materials
  • doneAdvice on mircoanalysis
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Sulphides and ores Sulphides and ores
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Trace element concentrations in ore minerals are an important consideration in exploration, ore beneficiation, recycling, and reservoir exploration.

Minerals Minerals
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The chemical composition of minerals, the Earth's building blocks, is of interest for both industry and science.

Ultramafic rocks Ultramafic rocks
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Element-concentrations of ultramafic rocks let us glimpse into the composition of the Earth's mantle and the crust-mantle-boundary.

Mafic rocks Mafic rocks
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Element-concentrations in mafic rocks give insight to the composition of oceanic crust, large igneous provinces or mafic volcanoes.

Felsic rocks Felsic rocks
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The composition of felsic rocks is of interest when studying the continental crust.

Carbonates Carbonates
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Trace element concentrations in (bio) carbonates are used as proxies in paleo-climate research (foraminifera, corals, pteropods, mussel shells, red algae, stalactites, etc.), serve as proof of origin (corals, otoliths), etc.

Customized Customized
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Do you require reference materials for your project, but are unable to find any commercially available? Just contact us about sending in your raw-material. We will process it and produce your own project-specific reference material.

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The team

Christina Wittke
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management & marketing

Simon Nordstad
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method development & production

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