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Original Polymers
Polymer characterization studies focus on establishing the molecular structure, mass, and morphology of synthetic and natural polymeric materials.
Dynamic Vapor Sorption
The term materials characterization is used to describe the broad processes of measuring and outlining a material’s properties and structure.
The NIST Facility for Adsorbent Characterization and Testing (FACT), together with VAMAS, are organizing an interlaboratory exercise on high pressure methane adsorption.
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Dynamic Vapor Sorption
Dynamic vapor sorption is a gravimetric method of characterizing a material’s water sorption properties, offering quantitative mass-related insights.
Moisture sorption, or water vapor sorption, is one of the most consistently integral measurements for polymer films, regardless of their application.
The spring 2018 newsletter is available to download here.
Water vapor sorption measurements are crucial for various materials characterization applications – including the characterization of wood samples.
An article entitled “Characterizing adsorbents for gas separations” written by Product Manager Dr Darren Broom was recently published.
IGA-002 Gravimetric vapor sorption analyzer
The gravimetric sorption technique is used to determine the amount and rate of the interaction of a gas or vapor with a material.
The dynamic vapor sorption technique is a gravimetric analysis method used to measure the rate and amount of solvent adsorption by a sample.
Hiden Isochema is delighted to announce details of the new series of XEMIS gravimetric sorption analyzers.
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