Recent research has described a number of novel material characteristics.
New identified material radiations and fields have been described and novel detection methods are advanced based on the “signature” of each substance.
Applications of such “novel” fields are developed by our institution and a novel detection system has been developed.
A first mature line of product has been developed and proprietary produced under our institute’s proprietary production line, resulting in the production of a materials detection system.
Through the appropriate operation, our experimented team can detect a given substance in a range of several km distances.
Our institution provides relevant services for the detection of specific chemical structures.
A hydrocarbon is an organic chemical compound composed exclusively of hydrogen and carbon atoms. Hydrocarbons are naturally-occurring compounds and form the basis of crude oil, natural gas, coal, and other important energy sources. Hydrocarbons are highly combustible and produce carbon dioxide, water, and heat when they are burned. Therefore, hydrocarbons are highly effective as a source of fuel.
Hydrocarbons occur naturally throughout the world, originating from plant and animal fossils that have been formed by the forces of temperature and weight over millennia. They are mostly found deep underground, in porous rock formations (such as sandstone, limestone, and shale). Porous rock formations are often found in large bodies of water, so there is an immense quantity of hydrocarbons trapped deep beneath the oceans. Oil and natural gas exploration companies use advanced engineering techniques to identify these potential reservoirs and pull their resources to the surface for human use. Examples of such technologies include offshore oil platforms, directional drilling, and enhanced oil recovery (EOR) techniques.
Structure elucidation is the process of determining the chemical structure of a compound. Elucidation of molecular structure is necessary to identify or confirm the structural identity of a chemical compound during chemical research or product development. Unknown substances or impurities can be difficult to identify. Chemical structural elucidation of impurities is necessary to support compound regulatory submissions for a number of industrial sectors such as agrichemicals, pharmaceutical and new chemical entity registrations.
We apply our expertise analysis to elucidate the structure of new chemical entities, identify impurities and conduct chemical composition characterization.
Derived from the Latin term forensis which means a public debate or discussion, forensics in the modern sense implies courts of law. Forensic Science is therefore the application of science, and the scientific method to the judicial system. The important word here is science. A forensic scientist will not only be analysing and interpreting evidence but also challenged in court while providing expert witness testimony.
Forensic science (often shortened to forensics) is used to enforce laws and government regulations and statutes, to resolve disputes, to assess blame and establish responsibility, and to improve public safety. Because science is now used routinely in litigation, various groups, including lawyers, judges, enforcement officials, and the public, need to know what forensic science can and cannot do.
Forensic scientists use cutting-edge scientific techniques to examine and interpret evidence in connection with civil and criminal proceedings. In criminal law, forensics science can help prove the guilt or innocence of the defendant. In civil actions, forensics can help resolve a broad spectrum of legal issues through the identification, analysis and evaluation of physical evidence.