Identifying the constituent elements of a material sample can be key to establishing the cause of its failure, to selecting an appropriate repair or replacement, or to verifying that the material is what was specified.
In this episode of WJE's "Solving for Why" series, WJE chemist Tonya Werner demonstrates the use of our atomic absorption instrument to identify the concentration of different elements in a mortar sample.
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WJE's Janney Technical Center provides a wide range of chemical, petrographic, metallurgical, environmental, and structural testing capabilities to our clients. Take a look inside our laboratories as WJE experts walk through some of the tests we regularly perform to solve our clients' built world problems.
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