Pulse (Dynamic Flow) Chemisorption Analysis Sample Report

Pulse (dynamic flow) chemisorption, conducted at a temperature of interest, can determine the number of accessible active sites, active surface area, degree of dispersion, and active particle (crystallite) size. Pulse chemisorption is commonly used to probe strong active sites only, while the static technique can distinguish between strong or weak active sites.

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Quantachrome Autoflow BET+ (Dynamic Flow / Carrier Gas Method) Sample Report

The BET (Brunauer, Emmett and Teller) theory is commonly used to evaluate the gas adsorption data and generate a specific surface area result expressed in units of area per mass of sample (m2/g).

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Following is a sample Quantachrome Autoflow Report. 

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Malvern Zetasizer Nano Zeta Potential Sample Report

Zeta Potential is the characterization of the electrokinetic potential of liquid-liquid or solid-liquid colloidal dispersions. At PTL, zeta potential is measured using the Zetasizer Nano ZS (Malvern Instruments), which calculates zeta potential using the principle of electrophoresis.

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Particle Sizing Systems AccuSizer Model 780/780AD Sample Report

Light Obscuration, also referred to as Single Particle Optical Sensing (SPOS), is an analytical technique of high resolution capable of detecting a small percentage of outliers. It can also be used to obtain an overall size distribution, when operated with proper technique.

To read more about particle size distribution testing analysis, click here.  To read more about Single Particle Optical Sensing (SPOS) / Light Obscuration, click here. 

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Particle Sizing Systems AccuSizer Model 770/770A Sample Report

Light Obscuration, also referred to as Single Particle Optical Sensing (SPOS), is an analytical technique of high resolution capable of detecting a small percentage of outliers. It can also be used to obtain an overall size distribution, when operated with proper technique.

To read more about particle size distribution testing analysis, click here.  To read more about Single Particle Optical Sensing (SPOS) / Light Obscuration, click here. 

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Differential Scanning Calorimetry Sample Report

Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) is the measurement of heat flux with respect to a reference as a function of temperature.  The DSC instrument used at Particle Technology Labs is the Netzsch DSC 200 F3 Maia.  This instrument has been qualified for use from -170 °C to 600 °C and is capable of taking measurements with just a few milligrams of sample. 

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Freeman Technology FT4 Powder Flowability Sample Report

The FT4 Powder Rheometer by Freeman Technologies is a universal powder tester which can measure dynamic, bulk, and shear properties, in addition to wall friction measurements.  The variety of testing techniques allows for the measurement of a powder in several different powder “states”: dynamic, static or under a stressed condition. 

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Thermogravimetric Analysis Sample Report

Thermogravimetric Analysis (TGA) involves the determination of the change in mass of a sample as a function of temperature and/or time of heating.  The TGA instrument used at Particle Technology Labs is a Netzsch TG 209 F3 Tarsus.  This instrument has been qualified for use from ambient temperature to 1000 °C and is capable of taking measurements using just a few milligrams of sample. 

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