Electrochromic Glass, also known as smart glass, is a newer technology which allows users to turn glass opaque when needed, and clear when not.
TEM, STEM and AC-STEM techniques deliver high resolution images providing a detailed view of a material or product.
RBS is the one technique where we can really say that the composition and concentration are accurately determined for thin films.
Aerospace Materials Testing for Tunnel Junction Solar Cells Science has opened many doors in its advancement over the centuries.
In sectors like the automotive industry, ATE plays a pivotal role in verifying the proper and reliable operation of critical systems.
The elemental purity of boron carbide can be measured using several methods offered by Eurofins EAG Laboratories
Our laboratories in France and the Netherlands offer materials testing for industries including semiconductor, consumer electronics, lighting, aerospace and healthcare.
SEM-Cathodoluminescence is used for a wide variety of luminescent materials and devices. It allows for the inspection of optical properties with sub-um spatial resolutions combined with SEM imaging having 3-5nm spatial resolution.
One way to combat rising fuel costs in the aerospace industry and improve efficiency is to use new advanced materials such as Ceramic Matrix Composites (CMCs).
Aerospace and defense government suppliers can have confidence in EAG’s credibility in providing accurate and high-quality testing services.
Besides images provided by SEM and TEM, different attachments can be added to reveal crystalline information, including (SEM-EBSD) and TEM (TEM-PED).
Diatomaceous Earth’s remarkable properties make it a versatile substance with a wide range of applications.
EAG Laboratories provides clients with answers to these questions and more with testing support for every stage of the supply chain.
EAG Scientists utilize GDMS analysis to perform Elemental Depth Profiling for chemical purity evaluations for aerospace & defense.
A company was investigating environmental stress cracking of polycarbonate components used in a conveyor device that was sanitized.
All materials have trapped gasses inside. Learn how EAG utilizes Evolved Gas Analysis to analyze what gasses are being released.
EAG Laboratories pursues quality in all aspects of our work for customers. ISO certifications and ongoing audits serves many market sectors.
FTIR and Raman are spectroscopy techniques that provide molecular information from various types of materials.
III-V materials partially provide us with the ever evolving and changing technological advances we enjoy today.
For over 40 years, EAG has been involved in the entire glass value chain, from raw starting materials to final products.
APT is a nanoscale materials analysis technique that provides 3D spatial imaging and chemical composition measurements with high sensitivity simultaneously.
High reliability electronic components like integrated circuits are often required to operate for long periods of time, having little or no opportunity for replacement.
Ion-exchanged glass is used in a variety of applications where strength, durability, and resistance to damage are important. Applications like smartphone screens.
Surface cleanliness is critical in how a material or a layer on a product interacts with other surfaces, which in turn can affect its functionality.
EAG scientists are leaders in the lithium-ion batteries recycling arena. EAG is a valuable resource in understanding these materials.
Eurofins EAG Laboratories stands ready to assist in the analysis of lithium-ion batteries from the raw material supply chain through to the finished product and eventual recycling.
EAG’s material and microelectronic testing service is dedicated to providing the best information from ensuring the purity of starting materials, to prototype testing of devices in the ramp up towards full-scale production.
EAG divides FA tasks into three levels. In each level, we employ optimal techniques for device characterization, defect localization, and root cause failure analysis.
PFIB differs from traditional FIB in that it uses various gases such as Xe, Ar, oxygen or nitrogen to generate a plasma that is used to remove material from a sample.
To be hermetically sealed essentially means to be airtight so that nothing can come in or get out (i.e., gas, moisture, liquid, etc.).
Silicon carbide is increasingly considered a potential replacement for traditional silicon semiconductors due to its superior properties.
Atomic Layer Deposition technology aids in the demand for computational advancement in the microelectronics industry.
Cold stage analysis has been shown to be effective for samples that are not solids at room temperature or that have components that are volatile in a vacuum system, such as the antibacterial coated sutures.
PCOR-SIMS was originally developed to analyze Silicon Germanium (SiGe) devices for the communications industry.
VCSELs have several advantages, such as a higher modulation speed, which make them great for technological innovations.
Graphite is and has been a ubiquitous mineral in our lives, from pencil “lead” and water filters to ancient markings on pottery.
Low-E Coatings on glass are a high efficiency protection of a glass surface for transparency. These coatings help the glass become energy efficient to allow the sunlight to come in or reflect out.
Lithium-ion batteries provide high energy density mobile power but come with three challenges: performance, safety and battery life.
ICP-MS is a multi-elemental bulk chemical analysis technique that can determine simultaneously up to 70 elements in a single sample.
XRD analysis can be used on many scientific and technology-based applications where you may want to identify the crystalline material in a very small area or volume, such as glass defects or inclusions, integrated circuits, LEDs and more.
High Depth Resolution Analysis will play a very important role in the electronic device industry as devices become smaller and smaller.