Versailles Project on Advanced Materials and Standards (VAMAS)

VAMAS supports world trade in products dependent on advanced materials technologies, through International collaborative projects aimed at providing the technical basis for harmonized measurements, testing, specifications, and standards.

INTERNATIONAL INTERLABORATORY EXERCISES
High temperature creep/fatigue crack growth of USC and A-USC materials and welds (TWA 31)
Determination of the shape, size and size distribution of nano-filler particles (TWA 33)
Chemical composition of nanofillers (TWA 33)
Assessment of a quantitative nanomaterial definition (TWA 34)
Measurement of number concentration of colloidal nanoparticles(TWA 34)
Measuring CH4 Adsorption Isotherms on Zeolite (TWA 39)
Measurement of the morphology of extracellular protein filaments and matrices (TWA 40)
Graphene flakes: metal impurities using ICP-MS (TWA 41)
Graphene and Graphene oxide flakes: Elemental analysis and O2 content using XPS (TWA 41)
Graphene characterisation - online consultation survey (TWA 41)
Thickness measurement of graphene oxide flakes using AFM(TWA 41)
Raman shift calibration (TWA 42)
 
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New Publication

VAMAS Guideline for the Design and Operation of Interlaboratory Comparisons - Gert Roebben, (Report No 50), 2017

To obtain a free electronic copy, please email info@vamas.org