Materials & Energy Hub
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WEBINAR RESOURCES

Materials & Energy Hub

Introduction

Analytical studies underpin industrial progress, whilst at the same time driving down costs and environmental impacts. It's a tall order, and we understand just how diverse applied material science is. Let us help you to gather research on analytical solutions for your matchar laboratory. On this hub page we've curated a range of webinar and video content to help our customers learn about the latest tools and techniques from experts at the cutting edge in R&D and QA/QC applications.

ENERGY – 3-Part Battery Series – From Chemicals to Materials

Take Charge of Anode & Cathode Testing

Take Charge of Anode & Cathode Testing

The first of our Battery Webinar Series, Analysis from Chemicals to Materials, explores the benefits of ICP-OES and ICP-MS techniques, as well as discussion of sample preparation techniques including using laser ablation to simplify the process.

MATERIALS – Polymers, Packaging and Recycling

All Wrapped-Up? Improve Your Plastic Packaging Analysis

All Wrapped-Up? Improve Your Plastic Packaging Analysis

Are you responsible for QA/QC in your company and care about your brand and customer satisfaction? This webinar dives deep into the analytical techniques solving today’s challenges in the plastic packaging industry. Gain understanding of polymer.

Be a Pro PET Analyzer - From Safety to Recycling

Be a Pro PET Analyzer - From Safety to Recycling

In a world reliant on achieving ever-more sustainable plastics to safe-guard our shared environment, PET has an important role to play. It’s the most common thermoplastic polymer resin, is universally recognized as safe and non-toxic..