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There are many variables that contribute to the pricing of our analytical services. For example:

  • How many samples do you anticipate submitting for analysis?
  • How many and which elements would you like to analyze for?
  • Do your samples require preparation prior to analysis, such as freeze drying or acid digestion?
  • Do your samples require special handling or disposal, such as biohazards or radioactive materials?
  • Will your samples require special storage or long-term repository?
  • Do you require specific quality systems or regulatory oversight, such as Good Laboratory Practices (GLPs) for preclinical trials?

Please feel free to contact us at any time to receive a quotation for your analytical needs. You may also simply fill out the form below and click the "Submit" button when you are finished. An ACG representative will contact you in a timely fashion with a quotation for the analytical services you request. If you are uncertain how to respond to some of the questions below, don't worry, we can help customize a methodology based specifically on your samples, elements of interest, and analytical needs.


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Sample Information
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How many samples do you anticipate submitting for analysis?
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