Head of the laboratory: Ph. D. Anastassiya G. Buyanovskaya.
The Laboratory for Microanalysis at the A.N. Nesmeyanov Institute of Organoelement Compounds, Russian Academy of Sciences, is one of the leading analytical laboratories in the Russian Federation. The laboratory is specialized in elemental analysis of organic and organoelement compounds, polymers, and other materials based on them.
Professional skills of the laboratory staff and the use of modern analytical techniques provide the possibility of analyzing thousands of multi-element samples per year.
The Laboratory for Microanalysis offers the following methods for quantitative analysis of elements constituting organoelement compounds and materials:
Automatic CHN(O, S) analysis
Classical elemental microanalysis
Modified Pregl determination of carbon and hydrogen, ash-forming elements (B, P, Si, metals), sulfur, halogens (Cl, Br, I)
Manual simultaneous determination up to five elements using one sample
Modified Duma determination of nitrogen
Schoniger determination of sulfur and halogens (F, Cl, Br)
Special analytical methods
Analysis of B-, F-, P-, Si-, Os-, Ru-containing and other organometallic compounds
Analysis of metallosiloxanes
Analysis of hardly burnt samples (graphites, carboranes, fullerenes)
Analysis of liquid, volatile, labile compounds
Combustion in an oxygen stream
Combustion in an oxygen-filled flask
Decomposition in presence of metal oxides
Nondestructive X-ray fluorescence analysis
Special equipment, alternative methods, and professional skills of the Laboratory staff guarantee:
fast order performance (23 days) and accuracy and high reliability of results.
Mailing Address: Laboratory for Microanalysis, A.N.Nesmeyanov Institute of Organoelement Compounds, Russian Academy of Sciences, 28 ul. Vavilova, 117813 Moscow, Russian Federation.