Technic Announces Scientific Collaboration with Agilent Technologies on Semiconductor Grade Chemicals Trace Analysis.国民彩票app,国民彩票入口,国民彩票app官网首页
Saint Denis, FRANCE - Technic, a leading global provider of semiconductor grade ultrapure chemicals, has announced a new collaboration with Agilent Technologies, a leading distributor of analytical and scientific instrumentation for achieving clean room ppt level metal trace analysis capabilities.
The collaboration will provide ongoing support to Technic utilizing the Agilent 8900 ICP-QQQ multi-element analyzer, and in turn, Technic will provide Agilent access to the company’s new metal-free clean room operation which will open in early 2019 at its Saint Denis facility. The new lab enables both Technic and Agilent to showcase the best-in-class quality control capabilities and instrumentation for semiconductor customers.
We have worked with Agilent for many years and have a very good understanding of their products and services. We are excited to be adding their specialized, high-caliber equipment to our direct capabilities, such as the latest 8900 ICP/MS and the GC/FID-MS Intuvo for molecular and elemental analysis.
? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?Samir SAFI
? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?Head of Quality Control Department, Technic France
The new Agilent 8900-QQQ instrument will provide Technic with state-of-the-art sub ppb/ppt level capabilities for measuring 32S, 31P, 28Si, and 37Cl using mass shifting and filtering out interferences. This will enable Technic to control surfactant concentration in formulations at a precision never before seen. The Agilent 8900 ICP-QQQ delivers one of the lowest BEC ever achieved on a quad ICP/MS, providing more robust results and a much higher degree of accuracy.