Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) and Thermal Gravimetric Analysis (TGA) - Thermal Analysis Services Available from Particle Technology Labs

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Background
Thermal Gravimetric Analysis (TGA)
     Netzsch Instruments Instruments Tarsus TG 209 F3
     Applications of the Netzsch Instruments Instruments Tarsus TG 209 F3
Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC)
     Netzsch Instruments Maia DSC 200 F3
     Applications of the Netzsch Instruments Maia DSC 200 F3

Background

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Thermal Gravimetric Analysis (TGA)

Thermal Gravimetric Analysis is a thermal analysis technique used to determine changes in mass as a function of temperature for polymers, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and food.

Netzsch Instruments Tarsus TG 209 F3

The Netzsch Instruments Tarsus TG 209 F3

Applications Netzsch Instruments Tarsus TG 209 F3

Applications Netzsch Instruments Tarsus TG 209 F3 include:

  • Evaluating Decomposition Temperature
  • Evaluation of Percent Mass Loss with respect to temperature
  • Evaluation of Mass Loss occurs in steps or as a single event
  • Extrapolated onset temperature at mass loss event can be reported

Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC)

Differential Scanning Calorimetry provides thermal characterization of solids and liquids, including melting/crystallization behavior, decomposition behavior, purity determination, and specific heat

Netzsch Instruments Maia DSC 200 F3

The Netzsch Instruments Maia DSC 200 F3

Applications of the Netzsch Instruments Maia DSC 200 F3

Applications of the Netzsch Instruments Maia DSC 200 F3 include:

  • Melting/crystallization behavior
  • Decomposition behavior
  • Purity determination
  • Specific heat

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Date Added: Dec 1, 2009 | Updated: Jun 11, 2013
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