PARTICLE SIZE AND PARTICLE SHAPE

Laser Light Scattering – Mie and Fraunhofer Theories

PSA – 01 (Formerly 520-00)

Aqueous – dispersion (ISO 13320) using Saturn DigiSizer

$320

PSA – 02 (Formerly 520-01)

Non-aqueous – based dispersion (ISO 13320) using Saturn DigiSizer

$320

PSA – 03 (Formerly 520-50)

Dry dispersion (ISO 13320) using Malvern Mastersizer

$320

PSA – 04 (Formerly 520-51)

Liquid dispersion (ISO 13320) using Malvern Mastersizer

$320

X – Ray Sedimentation – Stokes’ Law

PSA- 05 (Formerly 510-00)

Aqueous and non-aqueous based dispersion inorganic materials only (ISO 13317-3) (Requires Density- 01 prior to analysis if skeletal density is not provided

$330

Particle Shape Analysis

PSA-13 (Formerly 005-80)

Particle shape using wet dispersion and dynamic image analysis (ISO 13322-2)

$345

SEM – 04 (Formerly 005-81)

Particle shape using an automated microscopy technique

Call

Nano Particle Size

Physi – 23 (Formerly 005-70)

Average particle size calculated from BET surface area

$331

PSA-10 (Formerly 005-71)

Dynamic light scattering/ photon correlation spectroscopy (ISO 22412)

$315

Other Particle Size Techniques

PSA-11 (Formerly 005-73)

Particulate count and concentration using the light obscuration technique (USP method <788> and<789>)

$370

PSA-12 (Formerly 005-74)

Sub-Sieve AutoSizer (ASTM B330-07 , ASTM C721, 150-10070) (Requires density prior to analysis) Air permeability diameter

$315

PSA-14 (Formerly 010-16)

Dry or wet sieving available/ Ro-Tap apparatus

$263

PSA-15 (Formerly 010-78)

Particle size of material on filters

$395

SEM – 03 (Formerly 010-SO)

Particle size using automated microscopy techniques

Call

Zeta Potential

PSA-16 (Formerly 120 -00)

Zeta potential (ISO 13099-2)

$370

PSA-17 (Formerly 120-01)

ISO-electric point determination and pH titration

$750

Mayer – Stowe

PSA-18 (Formerly 942 -09)

Particle size calculation from Mercury intrusion analysis

$400

B.E.T. OR LANGMUIR SURFACE AREA; T-PLOT AREA

Physi – 01 (Formerly 005-01)

Multipoint surface area using nitrogen gas (ISO 9277)

$274

Physi – 02 (Formerly 005-02)

Multipoint surface area using krypton gas (ISO 9277)

$310

Physi – 04 (Formerly 005-10)

Multipoint surface area and STSA using nitrogen gas (ASTM D6556)

$368

PORE VOLUME DISTRIBUTION/PORE SIZE DISTRIBUTION

Pore Size by Gas Adsorption:

Pore size samples may include the following reports as appropriate: BET or Langmuir surface area, BJH mesopore analysis, DFT pore size calculations, single-point total pore volume, and t-Plot micropore volume (ISO 15901-02).

Physi – 10 (Formerly 005-50)

40-point nitrogen adsorption isotherm (20 A to 3000 A)

$436

Physi -12 (Formerly 005-08)

40-pt Nitrogen adsorption and 40-pt desorption isotherm (20 A to 3000 A)

$630

Micropore Pore Size Distribution:

Reports may include H-K, Dubinin, and/or DFT methods for micropore analysis (ISO 15901-3) .

Physi-13 (Formerly 201-03)

High-resolution micropore analysis plus mesopore isotherm (4 A to 3000 A)

$1100

Pore Size by Mercury Intrusion

Report will include calculations of bulk density, skeletal density, porosity, average pore diameters, median pore diameters, and total intrusion volume. Additional summary reports such as tortuo slty, fractal dimension, permeability, and compressibility are available upon request for an additional fee (ISO 15901-01).

MIP – 01 (Formerly 942-03)

Mercury intrusion analysis (pore size range 360 to 0.003 μm)

$410

MIP – 02 (Formerly 942 – 04)

Mercury Intrusion and extrusion analysis (pore size range 360 to 0.003 μm)

$460

MIP -03 (Formerly 942-10)

High-resolution macropore analysis (pore size range 900 to 4 μm)

$380

MIP – 04 (Formerly 942 -11)

High-resolution macropore plus a complete intrusion and extrusion analysis

$580

MIP-05

Reverberi method for pore throat and pore cavity

$690

MIP – 10 (Formerly 942-05)

Advanced Hg calculations

$90

DENSITY

Density- 01 (Formerly 133 – 00)

Skeletal density (Helium or Nitrogen pycnometry) ISO 12154, USP <699>

$147

Density- 02 (Formerly 133 – 01)

Skeletal density at specific temperature

$180

Density – 03 (Formerly 133 – 02)

Open cell content of rigid cellular plastic, foam density (ASTM 06226)

$235

Density- 04 (Formerly 136 – 00)

Envelope density of solid, non-powder samples using the GeoPyc”‘ 1360

$180

Density- 05 (Formerly 136 – 01)

T.A.P.™ (Transverse Axial Pressure) density using the GeoPyc® 1360

$235

Density – 07 (Formerly 942 – 07)

Mercury bulk density

$310

Density – 08 (Formerly 010 – 70)

Bulk and Tap density USP <616>

$205

Density – 09 (Formerly 010 – 77)

Bulk density only

$145

SPECIAL VAPOR SORPTION SERVICES

Physi – 20 (Formerly 005 – 60)

Special CO2 isotherms at O °C

$670

Physi – 21 (Formerly 005 – 60)

Adsorption isotherms at user defined conditions (specialty gases)

$1040

Physi – 22 (Formerly 005 – 61)

High-pressure isotherms using hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, methane, or other gases

$1100

Vapor – 01 (Formerly 005 – 63)

Vapor isotherms – Dynamic vapor sorption (DVS) gravimetric analysis

$920

Vapor – 02 (Formerly 005 – 64)

Vapor isotherms using volumetric technique (ASAP 2020 or 3Flex)

$920

CHEMISORPTION

Chemi – 01 (Formerly 201 -10)

Volumetric chemisorption analysis (specify analytical method)

$865

Chemi – 02 (Formerly 291- 23)

Dynamic or pulse chemisorption analysis (specify analytical method)

$865

Chemi – 03 (Formerly 291- 03)

Pulse chemisorption using liquid vapors (specify analytical method)

$970

Temperature-Programmed Studies

Chemi – 04 (Formerly 291- 01)

Temperature-Programmed Reduction (TPR)

$735

Chemi – 05 (Formerly 291-10)

Temperature-Programmed Desorption (TPD)

$735

Chemi – 06 (Formerly 291- 02)

Temperature-Programmed Oxidation (TPO)

$735

Chemi – 07 (Formerly 291- 06)

Mass spectrometry analysis (must be combined with temperature program study)

$315

Other Chemisorption Experiments

Chemi – 20 (Formerly 005 – 62)

High-pressure reactions using AutoChem 2950

Call

Chemi – 21 (Formerly 201- SO)

Isosteric heat of adsorption

$1470

Chemi – 22 (Formerly 291- 20)

Heat of desorption, first order kinetics

$2080

MICROSCOPY

SEM – 01 (Formerly 010 – 40)

SEM images using table-top SEM

$315

SEM – 02 (Formerly 010 – 41)

Elemental analysis by energy dispersion spectroscopy and SEM Imaging

$436

POWDER RHEOLOGY

Powder – 01

Complete set of powder testing using the FT4, including dynamic flow properties, bulk powder properties and shear properties. A summary report will be provided.

$1339

Powder – 02

Dynamic flow properties Include basic flowability , aeration test ing and consolidation test ing along with summary report.

$662

Powder – 03

Bulk powder property testing includes compressibility and permeability testing along with a summary report

$551

Powder- 04

Shear property testing includes shear cell testing and wall friction testing along with a summary report.

$551

Powder-05

Individual powder property testing , choose from flowability , aeration, consolidation, compressibility, permeability, shear and wall friction testing. Price Is per test and per sample. No summary report available.

$263

CAPILLARY FLOW POROMETRY

Filter-01

Scanning porometry of pore sizes down to 30 nm using a POROLUXTM 100/l OONW; 500

$250

SCIENTIFIC SERVICES

PTA- 01 (Formerly 010 – 00)

Non-standard laboratory analysis

Call

PTA-02 (Formerly 010-10)

Method development services

Call

PTA- 03 (Formerly 010-11)

Method validation services

Call

PTA-04

Method verification or method transfer

Call

PTA- 05 (Formerly 010- 06)

Consulting services and detailed results interpretation

Call

OTHER SERVICES

PTA-06 (Formerly 010-80)

Special sample preparation or storage (glove box or freezer)

$100

PTA – 10 ( Formerly 005 – 87)

Expert testimony

Call

PTA-13 (Formerly 010-01)

Certificate of analysis

$90

PTA-40 (Formerly 005- 85)

Dynamic void volume – DVVA (ASTM D7854)

$400

PTA-41 (Formerly 005-86)

Magnetic content using Buck MA-1040 Analyzer

$180

PTA- 42 (Formerly 010-15)

Viscosity of liquids using cone/plate rheometer

$130

PTA- 50 (Formerly 010- 76)

Material characterization using XRD (X-Ray Diffraction)

Call

SEM – 03 (Formerly 010 – 50) Call

Contamination or particle identification (outsourced)

Call

MIP-11 (Formerly 950-50)

Volume calibration of AutoPore Mercury penetrometers

$310

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

There is a 25% surchargef or all DEA-controlleds ubstancesa nd hazardousm aterials.

There is a 10% surcharge for all cGMP and GLP samples or projects and A2LA accredited reports.

Not all tests listed are included In our A2LA Scope of Accreditation. Please consult A2LA Certificate 3636 ,01 for a list of accredited tests.

VOLUME DISCOUNT SCHEDULE

Volume discounts are based on the number of samples sent in for same test number, not just total number of samples .

6-10 samples

5% Discount

11-20 samples

10% Discount

21-40 samples

15% Discount

More than 40 samples

20% Dicount

SAMPLE TURNAROUND TIMES

Turnaround times are typical for most projects, but exclusions apply.

Normal (Typically within 7 business days)

List Price

Priority (Typically2 to 4 business days)

List Price + 50% surcharge

Rush (Next sample analyzed)

List Price+ 200% surcharge

All orders are subject to Particle Testing Authority terms and conditions (see separate terms and conditions document at PTA Terms Conditions (micromeritics.com). Credit card and purchase orders are welcome.

TERMS: Net 30 days … for 45 days add 2%, for 60 days add 4% to the final negotiated price.

Sample and Data Retention

Unless otherwise requested, samples will be retained for a minimum of 3 months. Sample results will be maintained for a minimum of 5 years. All samples and related customer information is kept confidential.

Sample Disposal and Returns

There is a flat carrier fee of $55 USD for domestic sample returns. Domestic hazard material flat fee is $235 USD. International sample carrier return flat fee is $125 USD. International hazard material flat fee is $400 USD. Samples can be returned using a customer carrier account, or at the customer’s expense, provided correct shipping and payment information is received. FedEx service is used for all international returns.

All hazardous materials will be returned to customers. SDS are required for all samples.