CHN Analysis, Carbon Hydrogen Nitrogen Analysis

CHN Analysis determines the percent, by weight, of Carbon, Hydrogen, and Nitrogen contained in a material. CHN Analysis is one of the most frequently used elemental analyses today.

Instrumental CHN Analysis provides a quick and inexpensive method to check sample purity and the empirical formula of organic compounds.

Micro-Analysis, Inc. has performed reliable CHN analysis for over 50 years.
You will benefit from our broad and proven experience assisting researchers on their development of new compounds, many of which, are used today in products all over the globe.

CHN Analysis Laboratory

We continue to work with medical research firms as they explore ways to solve some of man-kinds most daunting medical challenges.
Additionally, we are proud to have worked with NASA during their development of the heat shields for the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo space missions. Today, we work with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in its fascinating mission.

We provide precise, fast, and reliable results for a wide range of analyses and sample types.
Our experienced staff utilizes leading methods and instrumentation, such as the Perkin Elmer 2400 II, to deliver results with precision, speed, and reliability.
The results of each test are handled with the utmost attention and respect because they are important to you.
You will find that our good communications make your work very effective.

CHN Analysis Prices

You can see our CHN Analysis prices here. The pricing structure includes discounted prices for replicate testing (additional test runs).

If you want a University discount deal or want more information regarding CHN analysis, please contact us by email or by phone. We'll be happy to help you.

Quick Info: CHN Analysis

As you might know, the composition of a compound is frequently expressed in terms of the percent by weight of each element contained in it. The empirical formula is the simplest whole-number ratio of atoms in a compound.
CHN Analysis is a valuable tool in the research of organic compounds and materials with organic content.
Elemental analysis can be used to verify a compound's empirical formula.