Alfa Chemistry: T,C&A Lab Unveils Ingredient Analysis Service
“Ingredient analysis is mainly used for the analysis of unknowns and unknown components. Via a quick determination of the compositions in the target sample, ingredient analysis can help identify materials, raw materials, additives, specific components and content, foreign objects and get as much information as possible,” says a spokesman from Alfa Chemistry.
Roughly, T,C&A Lab can assist clients in the following aspects:
- Understand the ingredients of raw materials and quality control;
- Analyze the product formula and quickly restore the basic formula;
- Look for evidence of product labels;
- Prove that the product does not contain an ingredient;
- Find the reasons of product performance decline;
- Understand the content of ingredients in order to understand the performance of product;
- Solve the problems in production process;
- Compare the products of different periods;
- Quickly find the causes of unknown objects and eliminate hidden dangers;
- Seek for product formulation improvement and imitation production.
In detail, T,C&A Lab's ingredient analysis techniques include, but are not limited to the following: Inductively Coupled Plasma Atomic Emission Spectroscopy (ICP-AES), X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) Testing, X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS) Testing, Infrared Spectroscopy Testing, Ultraviolet Spectrum (UV) Testing, Mass Spectrometry Testing, Micro-Raman Spectroscopy Testing, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Testing, Elemental Analysis and more.
To learn more about T,C&A Lab’s ingredient analysis abilities or if you have any questions, please visit https://tcalab.alfa-chemistry.com/material-testing/ingredient-analysis.html or just email us for suggestions.
About T,C&A Lab
T,C&A LAB is a branch of Alfa Chemistry, headquartered in New York, USA. As an independent lab, it now provides quality and custom testing, characterization and analysis for a variety of materials. The industries or applications for which the lab serves include but are not limit to: Papers, Water treatment, Raw material, Active ingredients, Cosmetics, Surfactant, Graphene, Paint, Metalworking, Textile, Rubber, Surface treatment, Biomedical, Oil additives, Resins, and Adhesives.