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Battery testing standards

Certified battery testing standards

MERGE, through its sister division Inorganic Ventures, offers customized multi-element standards to energize your sample throughput. We can help you design matrix-matched internal standards and ionization buffers that can be used during sample preparation and incorporated directly into your calibration standards.


Performing accurate and precise elemental analysis testing for battery samples can be extremely challenging. Samples usually have a high concentration of total dissolved solids (TDS) than can create elevated backgrounds and introduce unexpected interferences, making accurate measurements of trace analytes difficult. Inorganic Ventures has more than 35 years of experience helping chemists work with difficult samples. Our specialty is creating custom standards to meet the unique challenges of individual sample types.

Inorganic Ventures sources extremely pure starting materials to matrix match high TDS sample types. This high purity ensures the accuracy of any calibration standards that are manufactured with high concentrations of analytes such as Li, Fe, Co, Ni, Mn, etc. Having a matrix that matches your samples and has no trace concentrations of elements you wish to analyze is extremely beneficial to the chemist performing the analysis. This clean matrix allows for the analysis of accurate method blanks to ensure detection limits are correct.


Let us help create your customized standards to energize your sample throughput. Calibration standards for Fe, Cu, Sn, Zn, Ca, Na, K, SO4, PO4, Pb, Hg, or most any other element can be manufactured at ready-to-use concentrations.

Inorganic Ventures offers:

  • Rapid manufacturing and delivery

  • Lot-to-lot consistency

  • Tight quality control with robust Certificate of Analysis

  • ISO 17025 & ISO 17034 accredited

  • Technical support at no additional cost

Use the contact form below to schedule a discovery call, or send us your specs to request a quote for your custom battery testing standard.

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