TA Instruments Auto Q20

Found In: Differential Scanning Calorimetry

Auto Q20 is a cost-effective general purpose DSC which comes equipped with a fifty-position robotic autosampler. The AutoQ20 provides a

LECO Corporation TGA701

Found In: Thermogravimetric Analysis

Weight Loss as Total Moisture, Ash, Volatile Content or Loss-on-Ignition in Organic, Inorganic, and Synthetic Samples.

Malvern Panalytical MicroCal VP-DSC

Found In: Differential Scanning Calorimetry

The MicroCal VP-DSC is a highly sensitive, easy-to-use differential scanning calorimeter for the study of samples in solution.

Rigaku TMA HUM

Found In: Simultaneous Thermal Analysis

The compact humidity generator is connected to the TMA for measurements under water vapor atmosphere with a constant relative humidity. This system

Rigaku TDL

Found In: Dilatometry

Thermodilatometry (TDL) is a thermal analysis technique in which a constant load is applied to a sample, and the amount of expansion and/or shrinkage

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