TRI Corporation

 

Analytical Chemistry TRI's analytical laboratory is equipped with modern equipment for the in-house analysis and support of the various projects (both internal and external) of interest to the company. Materials are characterized using UV visible and Fourier Transform infrared spectroscopy and electrochemical methods. Gas (GC) and high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) are used for the separation and identification of materials. The HPLC modes include gel permeation, ion-exchange, reversed and normal phase chromotography with RI,UV, fluorescence and conductivity detection. The use of the analytical instrumentation, as well as an expertise in various wet chemistry methods allows for the analytical lab to support the diverse chemical projects of TRI.

Organic/Polymer Chemistry TRI's Organic and Polymer Chemists are considered specialists in their respective fields and can develop a wide variety of products and processes to meet your specific needs. The accomplishments of the organic chemists include the development of a special UV absorber for ophthalmic usage as well as photoalignable polymide for liquid crystal displays. The polymer chemists specialize in photopolymerization. Their most recent project involved developing a one-minute fast cure ophthalmic lens manufacturing process.

Electrical/Mechanical EngineeringTRI's Organic and Polymer Chemists are considered specialists in their respective fields and can develop a wide variety of products and processes to meet your specific needs. The accomplishments of the organic chemists include the development of a special UV absorber for ophthalmic usage as well as photoalignable polymide for liquid crystal displays. The polymer chemists specialize in photopolymerization. Their most recent project involved developing a one-minute fast cure ophthalmic lens manufacturing process.

Electro-Optics TRI's Electro-Optics department consists of experts in the field of liquid crystal displays. Our most current project involves developing a color-reflective liquid crystal display that does not require the use of a backlight, thus becoming much more energy efficient than the currently available technology.

 


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