The smaller the better

On September 23, 2017, Posted by , In Noutati, By , , With Comments Off on The smaller the better

Yes, smaller is better Making new and improved polymer composites starts with the right additives and a perfect mixing. Working with nanomaterials as additives comes with special challenges: limited and expensive samples, demand for a fast development cycle, safe material handling, the list continues. Needless to say, it’s important to make…

Application of Diffuse Reflectance NIR Spectroscopy to Monitor the Output of Pharmaceutical Hot Melt Extruders 19.11.2014

This webinar will introduce attendees to: Pharmaceutical applications of HME Equipment and principles of HME operation Continuous process monitoring by NIR. Webinar: NIR Advantages for Monitoring the Output of Pharmaceutical Hot Melt ExtrudersWebinar 6: Application of Diffuse Reflectance NIR Spectroscopy to Monitor the Output of Pharmaceutical Hot Melt Extruders via…

Chemical Detectives: Solve the Mysteries behind your Polymers 22.10.2014

Attend our Polymer Analysis Webinar Series Sign up for our spectroscopy webinars to help you reveal the mysteries of your polymers, from research to failure analysis, quality control and beyond!  Learn how to solve your organization’s most pressing questions to stay ahead of your competition and streamline line your investigations….

Global Marcom Update 26 September 2014

On September 29, 2014, Posted by , In Newsletter,Noutati, By ,,,,, , With No Comments

FT-IR Hot off the Press! Congratulations to Steve Lowry and Michael Bradley for another article publication, Using Multivariate Curve Resolution to Identify the Evolved Gases Created During a TGA-IR Experiment. Although thermal gravimetric analysis (TGA) measures small weight losses during a heating ramp, it cannot identify the chemicals corresponding to the weight…