Physicochemical Analysis

Total Organic Carbon (TOC) Analysis

Total Organic Carbon (TOC) Analysis is a critical scientific service that provides a quantitative measurement of the total amount of carbon in organic compounds present in a sample. This analysis is essential in various industries and applications, including environmental monitoring, pharmaceuticals, and water quality testing, to ensure compliance with regulatory standards and maintain product or environmental quality.

The process involves oxidizing the organic carbon in the sample to produce carbon dioxide (CO2), which is then measured to determine the TOC content. The accuracy and reliability of TOC Analysis are paramount, as they directly impact decision-making processes related to product release, environmental safety, and quality control.

At NASAT Labs, our TOC Analysis service is executed with the utmost precision and attention to detail. Our team of skilled analysts employs rigorous methodologies to ensure that every sample is processed with the highest level of accuracy. We understand the importance of this analysis to our clients, and we are dedicated to providing results that they can trust for their critical operations.

Gravimetric Analysis

Gravimetric analysis is a technique wherein the amount of an analyte can be determined through the measurement of mass. Gravimetric analysis depends on comparing the masses of two compounds containing the analyte. It involves isolation of an ion in a solution by a precipitation reaction, filtering, washing the precipitate free of contaminants, conversion of the precipitate to a product of known composition, then weighing the precipitate, and determining the difference in mass. From the mass and known composition of the precipitate, the amount of the original ion can be determined.

Colorimetric Analysis (UV-Vis)

Colorimetric analysis is an analytical technique that uses color changes in comparing solutions to determine the concentration of analyte. It utilizes a special type of spectrometer known as UV Vis spectrophotometer. It is used to measure the intensity of light by absorption or transmission which is proportional to the concentration of the colored solution.