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How Gas Analysis Factors into Green Hydrogen

How Gas Analysis Factors into Green Hydrogen

Green hydrogen could greatly aid the global shift to sustainable energy and net-zero emissions economies. The global movement to realise hydrogen’s long-standing potential as a clean energy source is gaining unparalleled momentum. Future energy can be clean,...
Why Use Residual Gas Analysis in Vacuum Processing?

Why Use Residual Gas Analysis in Vacuum Processing?

Gas analysis is used in vacuum processing applications to identify the composition and quality of residual gases and vapour species. Measurements are carried out to ensure strict quality control in vacuum processing and to monitor gases, supporting the enhancement of...
What is SIMS Surface Analysis?

What is SIMS Surface Analysis?

SIMS is a high-sensitivity surface analysis technique for determining surface composition, contaminant analysis and depth profiling in the uppermost surface layers of a sample. Secondary ion mass spectrometry, or SIMS, is one of the most sensitive techniques for...
The Benefits of Real-Time Continuous Analysis

The Benefits of Real-Time Continuous Analysis

Real-time continuous analysis is utilised in laboratories all over the world to improve safety, efficiency, and testing capabilities of chemical compounds. For example, quadrupole mass spectrometry is capable of resolving gas mixtures comprising numerous constituents...
What Products Can be Used for Plasma Engineering

What Products Can be Used for Plasma Engineering

Plasma is ubiquitous in nature. Plasma is an ionised gas made up of charged particles formed by heating a gas to high temperatures where atoms start colliding, and the electrons are knocked off. Most of the known matter in the universe is in the plasma state....