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What is LIBS?


Learn more about laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) and why it is a superior technique for elemental analysis.

What is LIBS? »

TSI | ChemLogixTSI | ChemLogix has a complete line of chemical analysis instruments, including Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectrometers and Raman Spectrometers. Our products provide rapid and reliable identification of materials and chemical composition of solids in both the laboratory and in the field. Backed by TSI’s global sales and support, ChemLogix instruments truly are the smarter–and more logical–choice for elemental analysis.


ChemLogix has developed groundbreaking desktop and handheld solutions for rapid elemental analysis of metals, alloys, and other solid materials. Customers use ChemLogix LIBS tools for a wide range of applications, including metal scrap separation, R&D, alloy and metal analysis, QA/QC, metal sorting and recycling, and more. ChemLogix LIBS instruments offer the following advantages over alternative methods:

  • Direct analysis
  • Light element sensitivity
  • Minimally destructive
  • Depth profiling
  • Microscale Analysis
  • Material fingerprinting
  • No XRF radiation regulations, licensing, training, or annual fees
  • Analysis of conductive and non-conductive materials
  • Fast, accurate readings 


ChemLogix Raman Spectrometers provide laboratory-grade measurements across its full line of instruments. Product options include handheld, portable, bench top, and installed process control instruments. Enhanced spectral resolution, faster measurements, and consistent instrument performance make ChemLogix Raman Spectrometers ideal for incoming raw material verification, counterfeit identification, polymer & plastics, at-line sampling, gemology, mineralogy, food and pharmaceutical safety, final products inspection, and chemical research. Raman Molecular Analyzers benefit our customers with:

    • Highly sensitive and accurate
    • Fast identification of materials
    • Short sample times
    • Repeatable measurements from instrument to instrument
    • Transferable database across platforms
    • Exceptional fluorescence rejection
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