Other measurement methods

White interferometric method

White interferometric method is a non-contact (non-destructive) three-dimensional measurement system that uses a high-brightness white light source to measure the surface of a sample with a "wide field of view, high vertical resolution, and wide dynamic range".

[TG-DTA-MS] Thermogravimetry-Differential Thermal Analysis and Mass Spectrometry

The TG-DTA-MS can evaluate the heating-induced weight change (TG), differential heat (DTA) and mass of volatile components (MS).

[DSC] Differential Scanning Calorimetry

The DSC can evaluate the physical properties of a sample from the change in the amount of heat generated by heating.

[PL] Photo Luminescence

The photoluminescence method irradiates light onto a material and observes the light generated when excited electrons return to their ground state. A variety of information can be obtained from the emission spectrum obtained.

Absolute PL quantum yields measurement

Absolute PL quantum yield measurement is a method to determine the luminescence efficiency of a material, in other words, how much light (energy) can be emitted to the light (energy) absorbed by the material.

[UV-Vis] Ultraviolet Visible Absorption Spectroscopy

UV-Vis is a method to measure the absorbance and transmittance of a sample by irradiating the sample with light divided by wavelength and measuring the intensity of the light transmitted through the sample.

[XRF] X‐ray Fluorescence

X-ray fluorescence analysis (XRF) is a technique for elemental and compositional analysis by detecting the fluorescence X-rays generated by irradiated X-rays and spectroscopically analyzing them with energy and spectral crystals.

[RBS] Rutherford Back-Scattering Spectroscopy

RBS is a method to measure the energy and intensity of backwardly scattered ions by Rutherford scattering by irradiating a solid sample with ion beams (H+,He++). By measuring the kinetic energy of scattered He ions and examining the mass number of colliding atoms, the composition and layer structure of the analytical sample can be evaluated.

[TOC] Total Organic Carbon

The TOC analyzer can evaluate the total carbon (TC), total organic carbon (TOC), and inorganic carbon (IC) in a sample.

Karl Fischer titration

Karl-Fischer titration is a method that uses chemical reactions to quantify moisture in a sample. Karl Fischer titration method has two titration methods, electrometric titration" and "volumetric titration", and here we will introduce the electrometric titration method. Coulometric titration is an effective method for measuring trace amounts of moisture."

Computational Science and Data Analysis

Computational science is said to be the third science after experiment and theory. In computational science simulation, materials and phenomena that are difficult to measure are analyzed by reproducing them on a computer. In addition, large-scale data analysis can effectively extract information from actual measurement data.

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