Research Group Leader: Michał Kubecki, PhD tel. +48 (32) 23 45 251, e-mail: email@example.com
Marta Kubiczek, PhD
Waldemar Spiewok, PhD
Aleksandra Zassowska, PhD
Edyta Klima, MSc
Piotr Knapik, MSc
Aleksandra Kwoka, MSc
Aleksandra Latacz, MSc
Alicja Ryczko, MSc
Spectrometer with direct current (dc) power source as well as rf source for testing of non- conductive coatings and analytical channels for the following elements: H, N, O, C, Mn, Si, P, S, Cr, Mo, Ni, Al, B, Co, Cu, Nb, Ti, V, W, Fe, As, Pb, Cd, Sn, Sb Zr, Ca, Zn, Ce, Ta, Hf, Pt, Re, Pd, Y.
The spectrometer is equipped with an X-ray lamp with Rh anode, 4,0 kW power, with front Be window, thickness: 30 microns. Set of 7 analysing crystals (LiF200, LiF220, PET, Ge and 3 multi-layer crystals) facilitates qualitative and quantitative analysis of elements ranging from carbon to uranium.
Sequence spectrometer with 1m optics, equipped with vertical plasma source and supplementary device for analysis of hydrides. The spectrometer is also used for analysis of samples (sorting) from the perspective of compliance with directive RoHS 2002/95/WE.
Research stand for tests of examinations of decomposition of materials used in foundry (binding agents, hardening agents, reclaims) facilitates examination of the impact of temperature ranging from 100oC – 1300oC on type and number of organic compounds (PAH, BTEX) released during thermal decomposition of selected materials.
The analyzer is used for simultaneous determination of the content of oxygen, nitrogen and hydrogen in steels, cast iron, nickel, cobalt, titanium, copper alloys as well as content of nitrogen in ferroalloys.
The analyzer is used for determining carbon and sulphur content in metallic materials (steel, cast iron, iron alloys, nickel alloys, cobalt alloys, titanium alloys aluminum and copper alloys), in slags and ores.
Laboratory performs determination of the content of elements by means of classical methods (weighing and titration as well as spectrophotometric) as well as prepares samples of isolates and solutions for instrumental methods analyses: GF AAS and OES ICP.