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  • Hematite certified reference material: HMIE-Nano-Pellet

    Hematite certified reference material: HMIE-Nano-Pellet

    Hematite Mediterranean Italy Elba-Nano-Pellet (HMIE-NP) is our next certified Nano-Pellet from iron ore, which myStandards produced following the provisions of ISO 17034. Here you will learn about hematite and why we chose it to be one of our certified reference materials.

  • Magnetite certified reference material: MAKR-Nano-Pellet

    Magnetite certified reference material: MAKR-Nano-Pellet

    Magnetite Australia Kennedy Ridge-Nano-Pellet (MAKR-NP) is our first certified Nano-Pellet from iron ore, which myStandards produced following the provisions of ISO 17034. Here you will learn about magnetite and why we chose it to be one of our certified reference materials.

  • Geoanalysis2022 Recap

    Geoanalysis2022 Recap

    We were pleased to meet the analyst community in Freiberg, Germany, August 6-12. Educational workshops, interesting lectures, valuable meetings with great people and leisure activities were on our program.

  • SPLT-Nano-Pellet – a microanalytical certified reference material from speleothem

    SPLT-Nano-Pellet – a microanalytical certified reference material from speleothem

    The next certified reference material from the carbonate category, Speleothem Nano-Pellet is now available. This material was also manufactured following the provisions of ISO 17034. In this article you will learn more about it and why it matters.

  • Pure foraminifera as microanalytical reference material – NFHS-2-Nano-Pellet

    Pure foraminifera as microanalytical reference material – NFHS-2-Nano-Pellet

    Nano-Pellets made of the same material dreams are made of: pure foraminifera and the will to cooperate. Since the Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research – NIOZ – had the material and myStandards the production process it is a perfect match: NIOZ Foraminifera House Standard 2 Nano-Pellet or NFHS-2-NP for short, started off as a cooperation between the two of us and steadily grew into a multidisciplinary international collaboration. It is an ideal reference material for climate research such as palaeoceanography – cause it´s made of pure foraminifera (dreams).