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The Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ION2) has various laboratory facilities as well as providing testing services using various equipment to meet the needs of research especially in the field of advanced materials and nanotechnology. The testing services offered are molecular analysis, thermal analysis, particle size analysis, mechanical testing, chromatographic testing, and magnetization characterization. One of ION2’s analytical laboratory services has been granted accreditation of MS ISO/IEC 17025.

The application form can be downloaded via this link. For further inquiries, please contact our officer at:

itma_analysis@upm.edu.my

FESEM is the imaging tool for nanoparticles, featuring 1nm resolution at 15 kV. This equipment...more...
EDX Analysis can be used to determine the elemental composition of individual points or to map out...more...
The Raman Spectroscopy is able to determine the chemical structure of a sample and identify the...more...
The UTM is used to perform tensile, compression, and flexural testing of material. It has a load...more...
The Nano S is a research-grade dynamic light scattering system for sub-micron particle and...more...
The VNA is used to measure the magnitude and phase response of Radio Frequency (RF) and microwave...more...
The TGA/DSC equipment is able to measure the changes in the properties of materials as they are...more...
Breuneur-Emmet-Teller (BET) surface area analysis provides specific surface area evaluation of...more...
A gas chromatograph is a chemical analysis instrument for separating chemicals in a complex sample....more...
This equipment is a fully modular multimode microplate reader which able to detect fluorescence,...more...
The rheometer is used to investigate the deformation and flow of sample behavior. Enabling...more...
This equipment is used to measure the conductivity, resistivity, and sheet resistance of a solid...more...
Able to bond gold wires ranging from 0.0007in to 0.002in. Bonds are made by the ball-to-wedge...more...
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