Inorganic Chemistry Division

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Wet chemistry preparationThe Inorganic Analysis Division, comprising trace element analyses, spectro- and wet chemistry, specialises in the testing of a range of elements utilising a number of scientific techniques. The Division has solid experience in the analysis of industrial raw and final product material, process control, liquid, coal, exploration, heavy mineral, ore, and metal alloy sample types. It is accredited to ISO/IEC 17025 for export iron ores.

Analyses range from forms of sulphur, lanthanide measurement, determination of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen and sulphur by combustion, major, minor and trace element evaluation, to the classification of waste in order to conform with legislation regarding the safe disposal thereof.

Nexion ICP-MSSpectrochemical techniques include ICP-OES, ICP-MS and UV/Vis Spectrophotometry. Wet chemistry techniques include titrimetric, volumetric, gravimetric and ion selective electrode methods.

The Inorganic Analysis Division also specialises in the analysis of various trace elements, e.g. in high titanium bearing materials and iron ore, and the analysis and classification of waste in order to conform with legislation regarding safe disposal thereof.

Waste and leachate samples from the Toxicity Characterisation Leaching Procedure (TCLP), Acid Rain Leach Test samples, water and effluent samples are analysed by ICP-MS in accordance with US-EPA based methods approved by SANAS and the SABS.

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