Analyzing Food Packaging Materials with SEM/EDS
Now a high tech composite material consisting of multiple thin layers, food packaging mostly consists of polymers—some much thinner than one micron.
SEM/EDS provides a unique mix of capabilities for analyzing these kinds of materials. Scanning Electron Microscopes (SEM) can easily image materials with a precision of a few tens of nanometers. Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy (EDS) can measure the elemental compositions of materials to about 100nm resolution or better.
Our next SEM/EDS webinar shows how combined these twin techniques provides a protocol for rapidly inspecting composite materials using food packaging as an example.
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