Sure there are. If you look in the ASTM International Directory of
Testing Laboratories at www.astm.org you will find a listing for Geller
MicroAnalytical Laboratory, 426e Boston St. (Rt. 1), Topsfield, MA
01983-1216, phone 978 887-7000 http://www.gellermicro.com /
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I didn't mean to slight anyone. I said how to use the ASTM
directory to find labs. Then gave one example I was already familiar
with, although I don't live or work in the Boston area. The directory
works well only if you already know the jargon and acronyms. Auger is
often listed as SAM, and ESCA more commonly is called XPS.
Huh? You must have a thin skin. I used to work at AAI and am
recommending their services for that reason. The place is loaded with
PhDs. You can get either the raw data from the instruments and interpret
yourself or else they can write a report for you and interpret the
If you want to do your own analysis, you better know what you're doing.
You can be present and direct what your want done or else just wait for
the results in the mail.
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