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The practical adsorption properties of a material can also be exploited to solve problems in gas separation and purification, pollution control, and other related

Hiden Isochema is delighted to announce the launch of the XEMIS, a new high accuracy sorption microbalance. The XEMIS* is a new high accuracy sorption

A new study focusing on the validated measurement of methane adsorption by shale under practical geological conditions has just been published in the American

The first user experiment with the gas handling and sorption system supplied to the Bragg Institute by Hiden Isochema has now been performed.

An article entitled "Gas adsorption by nanoporous materials: Future applications and experimental challenges",co-authored by Dr Darren Broom from Hiden Isochema and Professor Mark Thomas

On 28th March 2013, Hiden Isochema held an Opening Ceremony and Open Day for its new purpose-built 15,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility in Warrington,

The most recent International Adsorption Society email newsletter announced the launch of an initiative to create a database for pure component gas and vapor

In the Journal of the American Chemical Society, Stylianou et al have reported on the investigation of the structural transformation of a Zn-based flexible

In the context of sorption measurement, the resolution can be defined as the minimum detectable quantity of gas or vapor taken up (or released)

In our Autumn 2012 newsletter we report on an article published recently in Nature Materials on a partially interpenetrated metal-organic framework.
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