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Cursos on-line en directo. Balanzas Compactas Balanzas de mostrador Balanzas de autoservicio Balanzas para check-out Balanzas colgantes retail Software para el comercio minorista. Thermal Analysis Tips and Hints. Our tips and hints booklet helps you achieve reliable and reproducible thermal analysis data. Differential scanning calorimetry DSC is the most frequently used thermal analysis technique.

DSC measures enthalpy changes in samples due to chang Differential scanning calorimetry DSC is the most frequently used thermal analysis tech-nique. Thermal analysis is a well-established analytical method that is widely used in many different fields. It provides laboratories with valuable results The Future of Thermal Analysis. Thermal Analysis comprises a group of techniques that measure the physical or chemical properties of a sample as a function of temperature or time whi Prediction of conversion behavior and verification Curing of an EP resin measured by DMA Curing of a prepreg measured by DMA Curing of a powder coating Effect of Repeated Postcuring on the Glass Transition The effect of stoichiometry on curing and the resulting glass transition temperature Influence of reactive diluents on the resulting glass transition temperature Determination of the dependence of the glass transition temperature on conversion Chemically induced glass transition in an isothermal curing reaction measured by TMDSC Model free kinetics and vitrification during curing Measurement of vitrification during curing TTT diagram: Determination from postcuring experiments TTT diagram: Application of temperature-modulated DSC Vitrification and model free kinetics Change of the shear modulus during the curing reaction Frequency dependence of the shear modulus during a curing reaction Postcuring after storage EP-CF: Influence of the accelerator content UP: Influence of the hardener content Influence of the inhibitor on isothermal curing UP: Curing behavior after storage VE: Shift of curing temperature due to the accelerator VE-GF: Influence of measurement conditions PF: Paper prepregs for plywood PF: Curing kinetics of resol resins UF molding compounds: Influence of processing molding UF: Curing kinetics of molding compounds PF: Determination of thermal conductivity Light curing of a dental composite PUR: Two-component system with solvent PUR: The interface allows up to 16 evolved gas samples to be stored at different furnace temperatures during the TGA measurement.

This article describes how a black polymer granule was characterized using this technique. Determination of weak glass transitions in semicrystalline polymers The glass transition of semicrystalline polymers is often weak and difficult to measure by DSC. In this article, we show how a glass transition step of less than 0. Curve interpretation Part 6: Variation of DMA measurement conditions DMA measurements can be performed under very different conditions to characterize the mechanical properties of materials.

A great deal of information about a sample is obtained when the temperature, frequency or displacement amplitude is varied. The mechanical properties of composites or anisotropic materials can only be fully described by varying the direction of the deformation measurement or by using other measurement modes. This article discusses a number of typical examples. The thermal decomposition of PA 6. Safety analysis of a nitration reaction by DSC and reaction calorimetry Safety is an important aspect in process development in the chemical industry.


This article, describes how reaction calorimetry and DSC can be used to quickly assess the thermal hazard potential of chemicals and chemical reactions. Flame-resistant rubber blends – a new approach for optimizing properties In many applications, such as in cables or seals, rubber blends must possess both excellent mechanical properties and good flame-resistant properties.

This article shows how flame resistance can be easily determined by TGA measurements and how the combination of mechanical and thermogravimetric measurements can be employed to optimize properties.

Dynamic mechanical properties of thin adhesive joints The mechanical properties of polymer-metal adhesive joints were studied as a function of the thickness of the adhesive layer using DMA. The glass transition temperature and the effective crosslinking density were evaluated from the shear modulus measurement curves.

The results show that both quantities are strongly dependent on the thickness of the polymer layer. This is due to the formation of an interphase in the contact region of polymer and metal. The properties of the interphase depend on the metal used. Curve interpretation Part 7: DMA combined with results from other thermal analysis techniques DMA measurements provide many different possibilities for characterizing materials.

This article shows how DMA in combination with other thermal analysis techniques can be used to comprehensively characterize materials using different polymers as examples. Curing reaction of a two-component methacrylate sample by UV-DSC Photopolymerization is nowadays a widely used process. Systems are used for medical applications, for example in dentistry, for adhesive applications, in coating technology, and quite recently for 3D printing [1]. This article describes how the curing behavior of a two-component UV-curing sample can be investigated.

Quality control of lipstick and mascara by thermal analysis Many different sorts of lipstick and mascara are nowadays available. The most important characteristics of these products are that the effect lasts a long time, that the products are easy to apply and easy to remove, and that they are physically and chemically stable and do not irritate the skin. The waxes and oils in lipstick are responsible for ease of application; carbon black is often used as pigment in mascara.

Thermal analysis techniques allow the quality of these types of cosmetic products to be easily checked. Synthesis of tricalcium phosphate as bone replacement material Tricalcium phosphate TCP is one of the main constituents of bone replacement materials which find wide use in medical and dental applications for bone grafting and for implants.

Characterization of polymer-coated TiO2 particles by TGA and DSC When polymeric binders are used in paints with hydrophilic pigments such as titanium oxide, the pigments must be treated beforehand with polymers that are compatible with the binder. Otherwise, large agglomerates can form due to poor adhesion between the binder and the particles. This can lead to brittle films and fractures in the paint coating.

This article shows how TGA and DSC can be used to determine important properties of the coating using titanium dioxide as an example. This means that deformation conditions of components that are in direct contact with fluids can be simulated for example drive or timing belts that permanently run in motor oil.

Identification of thermoplastic polymers: This article describes how semicrystalline polymers can be identified by measuring their melting points using DSC. Thermogravimetry and gas analysis, Part 1: Basic principles and overview A thermobalance coupled to a suitable Evolved Gas Analysis EGA system allows qualitative information to be obtained about the gaseous reaction or decomposition products formed in a TGA experiment in addition to purely quantitative information about mass changes.


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Strategies for separating overlapping effects, Part 1: DSC The interpretation and quantitative calorimetroa of thermal analysis measurement curves is difficult when several effects take place simultaneously. A number of methods are available that can be used to separate overlapping effects and analyze them individually afterward. Using suitable calotimetria, we discuss strategies for DSC curves. Thermogravimetry and gas analysis, Part 2: TGA-MS TGA experiments in combination with a suitable evolved gas analysis EGA technique not only provide quantitative calorimeyria about the change in mass of a sample but also qualitative information about the gaseous reaction or decomposition products that are evolved.

Water vapor sorption of product packaging using the ProUmid sorption test systems The shelf life of a packaged product, for example in the food sector, is often strongly influenced by the properties of the product packaging. An important factor here is the permeability of the product packaging toward water vapor.

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The ProUmid SPS and Vsorp sorption test systems in combination with special sample holders allow the transmission rate of water vapor through the packaging and the sorption rate of the packaged products to be determined experimentally. Measurement of the thermal conductivity of powders by DSC The first measurements of the thermal conductivity of powders [1] showed that powders can be an interesting alternative to vacuum systems for achieving good thermal insulation.

Currently powders of different materials ceramics or polymers are used in packaging or for building insulation. On the other hand, the low thermal conductivity of powders entails serious risks in the production and manipulation of energetic powders intended for pyrotechnics or explosives.

Knowledge of the thermal conductivity of powders is therefore crucial to avoid spontaneous ignition. Determination of the water vapor permeability of packaging materials High demands are nowadays put on packaging materials. For example, depending on the application field, the materials must provide optimum barrier properties toward water vapor, oxygen or odorants.

In addition, there are requirements regarding tear resistance, transparency and compatibility with the contents of the packaging. In this article, we show how the water vapor transmission rate of materials can be determined using a sorption test system. Strategies for separating overlapping effects, Part 2: TGA The interpretation and evaluation of thermal analysis measurement curves is difficult when several effects take place simultaneously.

In this article, we discuss strategies for TGA curves using suitable examples. This article describes a typical example. Detection of previously unknown menthol polymorphs by Flash DSC Knowledge of the polymorphic forms of an active substance is very important, especially in the pharmaceutical industry.

In this article, we show how previously unknown polymorphs of menthol can be identified and characterized by Flash DSC. Determination of the glass transition temperature of difficult samples by Flash DSC Crystalline pharmaceutical substances often decompose immediately before or during melting.

To determine the glass transition temperature, the substance must be melted and then cooled as rapidly as possible so that decomposition and crystallization do not occur. In many cases, the heating and cooling rates of conventional DSCs are not high enough for this purpose.