Oct 17th 2022 in Events
Hiden Isochema is pleased to confirm its participation at MH2022 in Perth, Australia.
Dec 16th 2021 in News & Press
Darren Broom discusses the need for new developments to address the challenges around multicomponent gas mixture instruments.
Nov 24th 2021 in News & Press
Download the Autumn edition of the Hiden Isochema Analyzer newsletter today. In this edition we focus on gas separation.
Aug 24th 2021 in News & Press
Download our new white paper: Characterizing adsorbents for gas separations - Measurement needs and laboratory techniques
Aug 17th 2021 in News & Press
Scientists from the UK and Brazil are using an IGAsorp dynamic vapor sorption analyzer instrument to investigate potential techniques for storing orchid pollinia.
May 13th 2021 in News & Press
Scientists at Hiden Isochema and three universities have published a paper reporting the selective adsorption of ethyl acetate by a porous macrocycle molecule.
Jan 20th 2021 in News & Press
A team of scientists from Hiden Isochema Ltd and Cleveland State University, USA have developed a new way of analyzing materials for separating gases.
Nov 09th 2020 in News & Press
A new article on the IMB method for measuring multicomponent gas adsorption in nanoporous materials has been published.
Oct 06th 2020 in News & Press
The University of Kansas School of Engineering are using Hiden Isochema’s gas and vapor sorption instruments in a major new project to recycle refrigerants.
Jun 30th 2020 in Research
A recent paper reports the characterization of supercritical methane adsorption and storage by a series of shales and isolated kerogens.
Feb 20th 2020 in Research
University of Manchester demonstrates XEMIS analyzers’ unique capabilities to measure toxic & corrosive gas sorption.
Nov 21st 2019 in News & Press
Hiden Isochema product manager, Dr Darren Broom, delivered a very well received presentation at the recent AIChE Annual Meeting held in Orlando, USA.
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