Catalyst analysis and testing are critical to determine whether the new catalyst meets specifications and may be operating as expected. Analysis and testing are also important for determining whether the used catalyst can be reused after separation and regeneration. Based on our experience, Alfa Chemistry Catalysts can advise you and answer your questions with the least number of tests and the lowest cost of analysis.
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Analyze the components of various catalyst samples, such as liquid catalysts, solid catalysts, organic base catalysts, metal catalysts, etc.
According to the target sample provided by the customer, analyze the formula and combine industry experience to produce similar products;
By analyzing the catalyst formula, improve the existing formula system, improve the performance of the product, and reduce the cost of raw material selection;
Scientifically diagnose the causes of common catalyst quality problems such as catalyst migration, precipitate, pollutants, foreign matter;
Provide various standard testing services such as chemical element content, physical and chemical performance determination, product testing and certification, ROHS, REACH, etc.
Characterization is critical to the design and development of new catalysts, as well as process development and optimization (including scale-up and troubleshooting). For example, most heterogeneous catalysts are composed of catalytically active metals or metal oxides on the surface of metal oxide supports. Therefore, the structure and surface chemistry must be optimized to provide appropriate selectivity and reactivity for related processes. Other characteristics such as particle size, porosity, and surface area are also very important for optimizing diffusion and adsorption.