Materials Characterization

Eurofins Nanolab Technologies offers its customers the finest materials characterization solutions available.  Whether you are seeking to speed time-to-market, solve manufacturing problems or ensure regulatory compliance turn to Eurofins. We know how to bring the power of science to every phase of your product lifecycle.

Materials Characterization comes into play at many phases of the product design and manufacturing process. To characterize a material we consider both chemical and physical Imaging type information. Whether you’re selecting materials for new product development, conducting concept validation and prototype testing, qualifying first production lot or pilot lot, or trying to determine the cause of a failure, Nanolab Technologies offers a sophisticated suite of materials characterization tools and processes.

Featured Materials Characterization Techniques

3D spatial imaging and chemical composition 

Combining a SEM and FIB

EDS

Analysis using EDS

Analysis using EELS

SEM

Analysis using SEM

Analysis using TEM or STEM

Technical Webinars

Learn how PED can be used for crystal grain orientation mapping and strain mapping in devices such as 7nm EUV.

Learn how analysis of Li-ion batteries materials are critical to understand their performance.

Learn about FIB-SEM methods for cross-section imaging failure analysis and TEM sample preparation.

As part of the EAG Laboratory network, Eurofins Nanolab Technologies offers:

40+

Years of Experience

+2,500

State-of-the-Art Instruments

+4,000

Clients Worldwide

+20

Global Locations

Ask an Expert

Please submit your materials characterization inquiry online, and we’ll route it to the right technical expert. We reply to most online inquiries within two hours if received between 6 AM and 5 PM Pacific Standard Time.

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