Identification of a chemical substance in the laboratory

Your needs: identify the nature of a chemical substance

First of all, a chemical substance is a pure body that can be found in three states: solid, liquid or gas. These bodies can go from one state to another depending on temperature and pressure conditions.

Each chemical species is characterized by properties that are unique to it and therefore allow it to be distinguished from others. These properties can be used to identify a chemical species on several occasions:

  • To determine the nature of an unknown chemical substance.
  • To verify the nature of a chemical substance extracted from a mixture.
  • To verify the nature of a chemical substance obtained during a chemical synthesis.

Thus, depending on the starting matrix, it is possible, with the help of numerous analytical methods, to determine the fundamental properties of a chemical substance, in particular the melting, boiling and solidification temperatures, the density, the miscibility or the purity

Our solutions: provide a wide range of diversified techniques for the identification of a chemical substance

With an analytical park of 2100m² and a qualified team, the FILAB laboratory assists industrialists in the identification of a chemical substance.

In order to respond accurately and reliably to these problems, FILAB offers a wide range of analytical techniques, adapted to any type of material:

our identification methods

  •  Scanning Electron Microscopy coupled to an EDX probe ( SEM EDX)

  • GC-FID, GCMS and UPLC MS/MS

  • ICP AES, ICPMS and SEO

  • NMR

The FILAB laboratory also assists industrialists in the identification of chemical substances in the context of REACH registration.

The positive aspects of FILAB

  • A highly qualified team

  • Responsiveness in responding to and processing requests

  • A complete analytical park of 2100m²

  • Tailor-made support

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