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.
Advanced Surface Analysis using TOF-SIMS on a flat panel display, discovering residue formed during the manufacturing process.
A company was investigating environmental stress cracking of polycarbonate components used in a conveyor device that was sanitized.
In this webinar we introduce Extractable and Leachable tests which identify chemical components that can migrate out of a product.
Failure analysis metals, nonmetals and composites for aircraft, aerospace, transportation, construction, consumer products, and electronics.
EAG Laboratories has the engineering expertise and advanced equipment and tools for microelectronic failure analysis of products and systems.
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.
APT is a nanoscale materials analysis technique that provides 3D spatial imaging and chemical composition measurements with high sensitivity simultaneously.
Manufacturer-provided extractable data must be questioned and evaluated for your specific application. We outline the steps and questions.
E&L methods pose challenges as they transition from R&D environment to routine QC testing. Understanding these challenges will help you avoid costly delays.
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.
For over 30 years EAG has supported customers creating consumer electronic products
In this webinar we introduce Leachables stability studies and will cover impurities, method and stability requirements.
In this webinar we introduce evaluating wearable safety including product recall, lawsuits, and regulatory agency inquiries.
Consumer wearables are evaluated for sensitizers by extractable & leachable studies. We describe how to evaluate potential safety issues.