These instruments include dual cooling and minimal liquid nitrogen use, which allow users to keep operating costs down
Thermogravimetric analysis and differential scanning calorimetry deliver a one-two analytical punch
World-class, high-sensitivity measurements for testing and component analysis of minute sample quantities
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Thermal analysis is the broad category of at least 20 techniques that measure some fundamental property of matter as a result of adding heat. For example, dilatometry measures volume changes upon heating, thermomechanical analysis quantifies the change in dimension of a sample as a function of temperature, and thermo-optical analysis detects changes in optical properties on heating or cooling.
Thermal analysis is the broad category of at least 20 techniques that measure some fundamental property of matter as a result of adding heat.
Thermal analysis, or calorimetry, correlates temperature-dependent events to physical characteristics of a sample, such as mass, structure, strength, brittleness, elongation, decomposition, evolved gases, oxidation, reduction, or physicochemical structure.